How to find jobs in Madrid

How to get a job in Madrid?

How to find jobs in Madrid?

You can start looking around at some useful job listing websites.

  • Google: when you start job hunting, a simple google search can be a good start. Look for the kind of job you would like to do, for example, “English tutor in Madrid” or “Delivery driver in Madrid”. Use the language that you feel most comfortable speaking. Don’t stop at the first pages and go deep with your search. You’ll get an immediate feeling of what’s around and of which job websites are best suited for your needs.
  • Facebook Jobs: can be also an option to start to see what’s around you. You can also ask around in the Facebook groups that are relevant to your profession, or your language or nationality, or just relevant to your wider interests.

Job websites in Madrid

In Madrid, there are numerous job websites to choose from, including specialized ones for specific occupations.

Jobs in Madrid for graduates

  • Graduateland – You can search multinational companies for graduate opportunities.
  • iAgora– One of the best sites used by freshers to find jobs.
  • Primer Empleo – Most used site to find a job in Madrid.


Jobs in Madrid for English speakers

Specialist/professional employment

Au pairs

General Job Search Engines and Classifieds

You can try out these sites to find a job in Madrid.

  • Oficina Empleo: Spanish job search portal.
  • Opcion Empleo: Madrid’s CareerJet is one of the best job search sites.
  • Trabajos: The site has many job opportunities.
  • Indeed: The most popular job search site is
  • Monster has been around since pretty much the dawn of the internet era.
  • Compu Trabajo: The interface is not that good but prettier job vacancies.
  • Learn 4 GoodLearn 4 Good tends to have a leaning towards teaching jobs, but they’ve got jobs in other sectors.

Teaching English

It is possible to teach English. All of the sites listed below are fairly comparable and provide a large number of teaching English job opportunities. Look through each site to see whether there are any teaching English jobs in Madrid.

  • ESL Employment: Although the UI isn’t particularly attractive, who needs a gorgeous website when there are so many English teaching jobs to select from
  • Total ESL: Another too cluttered interface, but plenty of job posts for teaching employment in other countries.
  • ESL Cafe: Dave does an excellent job of accumulating the greatest job postings from all across the world.