Jobs in Brazil
Hiring activity in Brazil is very high, according to the latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey.
The survey of 851 Brazilian employers found that the first quarter Net Employment Outlook in Brazil has fallen from +36% in 2011 to +33% in 2012. This means that for every 100 employers, thirty-three more employers are planning to hire workers rather than lose them. This is an extremely strong employment result – the strongest in the Americas and second strongest globally – indicating that there should be many opportunities for job hunters.
Monster.com offers a wide range of jobs, career tools and advice for job hunting. You can post your resume online to increase your chances of being found by employers. The website is available in Portuguese and English.
Learn4good.com displays jobs in Brazil. The website has a job forum, visa information and CV tips.
The Brazil section of jobs.com lists jobs in Brazil.
Seasonal Jobs features organisations which can provide seasonal and volunteer work. They link you to the organisations’ websites where you can find more information.
English Teaching Programs
TeachAbroad.com’s Brazil section lists programs that you can participate in to get your TEFL qualification. It has resources such as travel guides and insurance information.
Go4ConstructionJobs.com has building, engineering and construction jobs in Brazil. The website has a range of jobs in different disciplines and sectors.
This website shows Google’s job openings in Brazil.
Nanny and Au Pair Jobs
This website lists families in Brazil who need a nanny or au pair. Most jobs require applicants to speak either English or German.
Getting a Visa
This is a government-run website with information on how to get a visa for Brazil. The site is only available in Portuguese.
Getting a Visa (English)
This website also has information on how to get a visa and it is in English.