GOOD EARN IN SWITZERLAND, HOW DO WE ARRANGE THAT?
When do you want to go to Switzerland?
Would you like to work in a Dutch practice? In a lively city or rather in the middle of the Alps?
Grow as a physiotherapist?
Which specialization in physiotherapy are you interested in?
A small practice or a large one?
Let us know your wishes and we will present your profile to all the appropriate practices.
Our complete intermediation is free of charge for you as a job seeker.
Do you already speak German or French well or do you want to learn ?
Many practices allow you to start if you speak and understand German reasonably.
For the French language it is important to master at least B1 level before starting to work.
Within one year and within two years at the latest, you will have to pass a German or French exam at level B2.
It is useful to take a German or French course in advance, which costs about 40 euros a month.
According to your wishes, we will introduce you to a suitable practice.
Over the phone, you decide if you can mean something for each other.
Perhaps you’d like to work in a practice for a day?
Travel costs for an introductory interview will be covered for you.
Are you planning to work full-time (42 hours) or part-time?
Are you very flexible or do you want fixed days off?
Together with the practice owner, you determine the conditions and thus what you will earn.
The average monthly salary differs from canton to canton.
We can help you negotiate.
5.300CHF (about 5.000€) to 5.700CHF is usual as a starter, in Zurich and Zug this amount is higher.
After deducting insurance and taxes, you will have about 4,000 euros net.
We offer good guidance through our step-by-step plan.
As soon as you have signed your contract, you can open a bank account and apply for a residence permit at the municipal office.
We know some useful websites where you can quickly find suitable housing.
Are you looking for a room, a studio or, for example, a furnished apartment?
Housing can cost twice as much as in England.
To start as a physiotherapist, you must submit your translated diploma and your Certificate of Current Professional Status (CCPS) to the Swiss Red Cross. (SRC)
The SRC will quickly give you a SRC number so you can get started.
The SRC will then evaluate your diploma within three months.
As soon as you have passed your German or French examination at level B2, you will receive official recognition from the Swiss Red Cross.
Initiating the SRC procedure costs 600CHF and obtaining the certificate will cost an additional 600CHF.
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