Finding work in Saint Julian's


Saint Julian's is undoubtedly one of the most popular cities in Malta, not only for the numerous leisure activities it provides but also for its vibrant nightlife. Saint Julian’s is located on the northeastern coast, North of the capital city of Valletta. A former fishing village, Saint Julian's has developed into a leading tourism and expat destination over the years, with a variety of activities and amenities available for all.

With its many bars, restaurants, hotels (including five-star hotels and independent private apartments), and a variety of nightclubs, young professionals especially enjoy living and working in the Saint Julian’s area.

The city is surrounded by Paceville, Pembroke, Swieqi, Madliena, High Ridge, Sliema, Gzira, and San Gwann – all of these neighbourhoods are easily accessible from Saint Julian’s.

Labour market in Saint Julian’s

The multitude of tourism and hospitality businesses in Saint Julian’s offers plenty of job opportunities for foreign (especially multilingual) workers.

You are likely to find work in restaurants, nightclubs, bars, coffee shops, casinos, water sports activity providers, scuba diving centres, etc..

You’ll also find other amenities throughout the area, including pharmacies, boutique shops, real estate agencies, financial services and banks, and English-language schools. All of these industries are prominent in Saint Julian’s, and work opportunities abound.

Note that bilingual and multilingual candidates have a greater chance of finding work quickly in Saint Julian's, as well as throughout Malta, given the focus on the tourism industry and the many international companies based here. Having at least a good command of the English language is an excellent start to your job search.

Find a job in Saint Julian’s

Searching online is a great start to finding a job in Saint Julian’s. All levels of roles and all employers will list open opportunities on job boards or their websites. Feel free to browse classified ads in local newspapers also.

If you are already in Malta, you’ll find it easier to reach out to companies that interest you by phone or in person. In the fields of hospitality and tourism, which are continuously recruiting, applying for a role in person is typically preferred.

You can also send job applications directly to companies that interest you, regardless of their current job openings, given the rapid growth many companies are experiencing in Malta.

Additionally, consider working with a recruitment agency if you are seeking specific roles.

Finally, don’t forget to register with JobsPlus and to stay updated on any new postings they make available. If you’re an EU National, contact EURES for assistance finding work in Malta even before you leave home.

Whatever job you find in Saint Julian’s, you’re sure to love the area and all the amenities you can enjoy around your workdays.

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