EURES advisers help both jobseekers and employers. Counselling is free and designed for everybody.
- Make a booking in the e-töötukassa (online services) (ID card or mobile ID authentication is required to access the e-töötukassa environment.)
If you have questions about working in other European countries or if you are looking for workers for your company from elsewhere in Europe, contact a EURES adviser at the Unemployment Insurance Fund or ask them a question by filling in the online form below. We will reply to you within three working days.
EURES services for jobseekers
- Sharing information about vacancies in Europe and about the conditions for working abroad.
- Providing an overview of the social guarantees associated with work (social benefits, unemployment benefits, etc.).
- Offering group counselling in workshops and/or individual counselling.
If you are 18-35 years old, consider the possibilities of the Your First EURES Job programme.
EURES services for employers
- Advertising job offers in the EURES European (ec.europa.eu) job mobility portal and, if desired, in the job portal of a specific European country.
- Collecting application documents and performing preselection, if required.
- Assisting with job interviews.
- Attendance of European employment fairs with the employer.
- Individual counselling.
If you would like to advertise your job offer on the EURES portal, enter it in the e-töötukassa environment. Instructions on entering job offers can be found here.
EURES Skype counselling (username: eures.eesti) and an international EURES portal chat are held every Friday from 12:00-15:00. In addition to Estonian EURES advisers, you can talk to advisers from other countries. The countries currently taking part in the chat alongside Estonia are Croatia, Italy, Germany, Lithuania, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
More information and contact details of EURES advisers can be found on the website https://www.eures.ee/en.
EURES is a job mobility network created by the European Commission, which supports the free movement of workers within the European Union, the European Economic Area and Switzerland.