If you have just been recruited to UNIL, the Welcome Centre can help your partner explore the available career opportunities.
Family members of UNIL professors may also benefit from advice from an external service to help them in their job search.
If you have any questions, please contact the Welcome Centre.
When you start to look for a job in Switzerland, it is important to learn about the actions you need to take and the particular features of the Swiss labour market.
If you are a doctoral student or post-doctoral fellow, the Graduate Campus website provides relevant advice. On this blog you will find information on research platforms in the academic field but not only!
Other website to browse is Travailler en Suisse : rechercher un emploi en Suisse & vivre en Suisse [Working in Switzerland: looking for work and living in Switzerland].
The swissuniversities’ Carrière2 website provides a great deal of useful information and links on looking for working in higher education and research (in French).
Euraxess, the European network supporting mobility for researchers, also has a list of job offers available online.
UNIL vacancies are listed on a dedicated jobs portal.
The École de français langue étrangère provides free support for written and oral French skills for all UNIL staff who are not native French-speakers.
The classes, known as satellite courses, are also open free of charge to partners of UNIL's staff coming from abroad. Registration is obligatory.
For further information, please contact Ms Marcelina Klaus Gaillard.
This is a worldwide not-for-profit network which aims to support job search through contacts and sharing of information among the partners of expatriate employees.
As the partner of a UNIL employee, you can participate in the events and activities organised by IDCN.
To join the network, please contact Mrs Marcelina Klaus Gaillard.