Work in Lithuania is an initiative dedicated to encouraging highly-skilled professionals living abroad to build their careers in Lithuania. We act as a link between people looking to land their dream job and international companies keen to hire from abroad. Not only that, we offer guidance when it comes to relocating and settling in Lithuania.
Yes, standard EU procedures apply to EU citizens who want to live and work in Lithuania. To stay for up to 90 days, you only need your ID card or passport. If you want to stay longer, you need to acquire a certificate confirming your right to temporarily reside in Lithuania from the Migration department.
You can read more about the migration procedures here.
Yes. Depending on whether you qualify as a highly-skilled professional or not, different migration procedures may apply.
You can read about the types of work permits available to third-country nationals here.
We only advertise positions for highly skilled professionals in IT, Business & Marketing, Life Sciences, Manufacturing & Engineering.
You can browse jobs here.
You can find plenty of job listings on our platform from top employers in Lithuania who are looking for highly qualified international specialists. As a registered member, you can apply to those jobs directly.
You can read more about the benefits for our members and register here.
Please note that we do not provide individual career counselling.
Yes, we recommend finding a job before arriving in Lithuania, as it simplifies all relocation procedures. Once you have an offer, consult with your future employer about the steps you need to follow to successfully relocate.
If you or your employer have any questions along the way, don’t hesitate to get in touch, we’re here to help.
Also, you can find a detailed relocation guide here.
Different employers have different policies when it comes to responding to candidates, often outlined in the job posting. As some positions might get a high number of applications, sometimes they cannot answer everyone.
The level of assistance provided differs from company to company. For this reason, we suggest that you discuss this question during your job interview.
Work in Lithuania does not send formal invitation letters. You may ask for assistance with obtaining all necessary permits from your future employer, once you get a job offer.
such fields as IT, Software Development, Engineering – the working language is English, therefore Lithuanian language is not a mandatory requirement. Lithuanian language is required only for positions involving communication with Lithuanian authorities.
Work in Lithuania is not a recruitment agency. We provide a platform that connects companies with highly qualified international talents. If you would like to learn more about the benefits of joining our platform, contact us directly via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, of course! If you want to post job ads on our platform, you are welcome to register as a partner and it’s absolutely free. Just a heads-up, we partner with companies and subsidiaries that are registered in Lithuania.
You can read the requirements and register here.
Currently, we are not considering working with recruitment agencies.
Feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
Yes, international students can work in Lithuania during their studies.
Undergraduate students from non-EU countries can work up to 20 hours per week after obtaining a temporary residence permit, graduate students (Master’s and PhD) can work full-time (up to 40 hours a week).
Students from EU countries can work full-time.
You can find more information here.
Yes, you can find internships on our Browse jobs page by selecting Internships as Contract type criteria in the search field.