New jobs platform puts a career in Prague and the Czech Republic at your fingertips

The updated Expats.cz Jobs allows users to search, share, and set up notifications for multi-lingual jobs with ease from their mobile.

Expats.cz Staff

Written by Expats.cz Staff
Published on 22.09.2021 17:00 (updated on 24.09.2021)

The Czech Republic is currently facing a historic labor shortage and foreign workers stand to play an important role in the revitalization of the country’s recovering economy.

As the labor market continues to recover from Covid lockdown, Expats.cz has relaunched its jobs portal with a fresh new look as well as an eye toward the future of the labor market in the Czech Republic.

Implementing the most recent trends on the local job market as well as a simpler, smoother interface, Expats.cz has launched a ground-up jobs portal upgrade that supports candidates across a range of sectors and language abilities.

Put your next big career move at your fingertips

The most important change to the system is focused on the mobile version of the jobs platform. 

With 70 percent of our users opting for the mobile version of the Expats.cz website, optimization for mobile was a top priority.

Now it’s easier than ever to search for your dream job in Prague or the Czech Republic via a cleaner mobile interface that has been optimized for site speed and ease of use.

Search, share, and set up job notifications with ease

Since our last update in 2018, we’ve gotten lots of invaluable feedback from Expats.cz users, and that feedback has informed the core of our redesign for a vastly improved user experience.

Here are just some of the great new features job seekers can use on Expats.cz:


  • Expanded alerts functionality allows users to set up notifications for multiple positions and languages that meet their specific criteria.
  • Job applicants will receive confirmation that their application has been processed and sent to the clients.
  • Filtering functionality has been moved to the top of the page. Search speed has also been greatly improved.
  • Updated sharing functionality allows you to share jobs across selected social media platforms.
  • New “Client Center” which hosts an array of useful tools for both our jobs system and other services, all in one place.

Meet the multilingual job search that’s among the best on the market  

Our language filter allows you to search for jobs in 20+ languages (your average jobs portal has much less). We have one of the most robust language search engines on the local market that allows you to do a wide search for jobs not only in English but French, German, Spanish, and more.

The filter reflects real data meaning if there’s a job offer in that language you’ll see it in the filter function. New flag icons immediately indicate which language(s) a company is hiring for, further bringing languages closer to our users.

A search that reflects the changing marketplace

We saw firsthand how Covid brought about a decline in hiring practices. While that initial downturn is now on the road to recovery, some of the effects of Covid are here to stay. That’s reflected in jobs offering more flexibility, more benefits, and more opportunities to work at home.

We’ve updated our “employment types” filter to allow career seekers to search employment types (contract and part-time work in addition to full-time opportunities) across a variety of sectors: teaching and education, accounting and finance, and customer service positions have a particularly strong representation on the Expats.cz portal.

The best jobs coverage in English in the Czech Republic

As you search for a job you can also browse localized jobs news and tips for job seekers. Our most recent jobs articles now appear on our jobs homepage and include interviews with top professionals and leaders from major sectors employing foreigners in the Czech Republic. Here you will continue to find tips, updates, and, above all, critical insights on the economy and labor market for Prague and the Czech Republic.

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