Our employees are experts, partners and service specialists
Qualities we appreciate in potential new employees include expertise, an unprejudiced and service-minded attitude, co-operative abilities and an active approach to development.
The success of the Finnish Immigration Service depends on happy and healthy employees who are both efficient and innovative.
For further information on the Finnish Immigration Service as an employer, please visit the Valtiolle.fi site.
Traineeship with the Finnish Immigration Service
Every year, the Finnish Immigration Service takes university students as trainees. Each trainee must have a grant from his or her university for at least a part of the traineeship period. The minimum traineeship period is three months. You cannot apply for a traineeship at reception centres via the Finnish Immigration Service, since reception centres are in charge of recruiting their own trainees. Trainee vacancies at the Finnish Immigration Service are reported to universities’ recruitment services via the Aarresaari service in December. If you are a university student and you are interested in a traineeship with the Finnish Immigration Service, please send your application to the Registry of the Finnish Immigration Service.
Job trial at the Finnish Immigration Service
If you are an unemployed jobseeker and you are able to participate in a job trial, do not hesitate to contact the Finnish Immigration service by e-mail. The objective of a job trial is to clarify your choice of career and career options, or to support your return to the labour market. No wages are paid for job trials, but you can receive financial support from Kela or your pension insurance company. For further information, contact your Employment and Economic Development Office or a pension insurance company.