Anastastrust provides the employment services for Ukrainians in Spain. The war in Ukraine has become a challenge for the whole world, and we recognize it as a terrible tragedy and cannot stay away. Realizing the hardships that Ukrainians had to go through, we decided to help them find employment in Spain, away from explosions and danger. We pay great attention to every Ukrainian seeking employment and do our best to ensure that everyone finds his or her dream job. After all, as experience shows, Ukrainians are not only a courageous, but also very laborious nation.
Our company cooperates with many employers from various fields, so we can offer a very wide selection of vacancies for almost every applicant.
We understand how difficult it is sometimes for the applicant to cope with the intricacies of employment and living in a new country. Therefore, we attend to the needs of candidates and provide advisory services on a wide range of issues related to the specifics of work and life in Spain.
Dealing with legal formalities and preparation of documents are the most challenging stages: we provide not only advice but also assistance including the corresponding legal paperwork.
It often happens that in the beginning an applicant does not know what he/she would like and could do, in which case our experts will help with career guidance and identify available sectors of employment.
Command of language is a great advantage for employment. For certain jobs, the requirement for command of Spanish is crucial. However, some vacancies are meant for people who do not speak Spanish. First of all, these are warehouse workers, builders, and workers engaged in agriculture.
If a particular position requires a diploma, it will be necessary to homologate it. However, in some cases, Ukrainian diplomas are recognized as those complying with Spanish standards. These are most diplomas in the fields of medicine, architecture, accounting, engineering, journalism and Law.
Legal employment in Spain takes place in several stages: finding a vacancy and passing an interview, signing an employment contract, arrival in Spain and commencement of work, registration of residence permit.
If you have a residence permit, you will have to pay income taxes in Spain. It should be pointed out that income of up to 22.000 Euros is not subject to personal income tax.
The minimum salary in Spain is slightly lower than in some other European countries and constitutes 1108 Euros per month. However, prices in Spain are lower, so the monthly salary is enough for a decent life.