Italian Recruitment Services
Skills Provision are experts in the placement of migrant Italian workers into the International marketplace. We also supply manpower services to Italian organisations, when required.
Benefits to working in Italy are:
- Several world class manufacturing operations
- Strong reputation of innovation
- Excellent infrastructure
- Cultural renown
- First class cuisine
- Generally good climate
Opportunities are available in the following areas:
- Motor vehicle technology
- Food manufacturing
Italy exports motor vehicles, chemicals, energy, firearms, and fashion. Many employees working in Italy find an occupation in the tourist industry. This sector is one of the fastest growing and most prosperous industries in the country with 44,000,000 tourists per year.
Before you start working in Italy, you must receive a social security number and health insurance. You do this at the INPS (Instituto nazionale della previdenza sociale, the National Social Security Institute). While working in Italy, you will be automatically insured by your employer. If you are self-employed, you must contact the INPS for more information regarding the payment of social security contributions, as these figures vary based on income and type of work.
You must apply for a residence permit within eight days of your arrival, which may or may not be granted within 120 days. As an EU citizen or a member of the Schengen agreement countries (Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein), you do not need to apply for a special work permit.
We are always interested to work with Italians who want to work overseas but they must have certified trade skills and/or professional qualifications. In today’s markets fluency in English is expected. Interested candidates should join the site and register their CV.
For international candidates wanting to work in Italy it will be difficult to get a position unless you are a competent Italian speaker and if you are from outside the European Union a work permit will be difficult to obtain.