Working in Curacao
Of course, while working in Curacao, there are many jobs available in the tourism sector: at the hotels, beach bars or restaurants you can always find a job somewhere. But if that is not what you are looking for, there are still plenty of other possibilities.
There are different recruiters, employment agencies, several job sites and Facebook pages that can help you find a job in Curaçao. However, you should always be careful about whether the vacancy is still current.
If you’re moving to Curacao from abroad, you’ll need to register yourself to receive a Sedula (your local identity card). It is also possible to work here as a tourist or following an internship, but you’ll still need to arrange some documents.
There are also different types of websites that can help you to find a job. By some of these organizations, you can register yourself and possibly apply for a job.
Here are a few websites that can help you on your way:
- Tempo Caribbean: https://tempocaribbean.com
- Dushi Jobs: https://www.dushi-jobs.com
- Indeed: https://www.indeed.nl/vacatures-in-Curaçao
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vacaturescuracao/
NH Real Estate & Associates
Meet Nick Hoetmer
My name is Nick Hoetmer and I have been selling real estate for more than 7 years on Curacao. In the past few years, I sold over 100 homes. I represent sellers and buyers. Furthermore, I work with tenants, investors, and lessors. My clients are locals, Dutch, American, Canadians, Venezuelans, Germans and others. I speak Dutch, English, Spanish and a little German.
You’re interested in living in Curacao? I usually start with an intake meeting to get to know each other better. This can be in person as well as in a video call using WhatsApp or Face Time. After getting a good idea of what my buyers desire I do a market scan. After that, the first showing(s) for homes in Curacao will be scheduled.