Greece Work Visa

Work Permit Visa in


Management Company: Strategic Innovative Consultancy, Dubai, UAE

In this respect, anyone who wishes to work on the Greece and is not an EU citizen, i.e. is a third-country national, is required to be in possession of a valid employment licence (Work Permit) to work in Greece.
Greece offers seasonal contractual job. This job is 9 months contractual job per year and up to 5 years contract. Successful candidate will get 9 months salary from company. Rest of 3 months, candidate can do any job outside.

Job Details:

Contract: 9 months

Basic Salary : Minimum 800 Euro/month

Working hours: 08+1

Work Visa Category:

If you think you are eligible & agree with our TOS then..

Who is this program for ?

Must be good in English speaking

Must have proven work experience of 2 years

Have valid Passport

Age must be 18 to 38

Willing to work in Greece for 9 months

Must have preparation to fly with in 5 months

Must AGREE Terms & Condition of SIC

Terms & Conditions

Application Process & Payment
Number TOS
#1 Candidate must pay service charge BDT 8 lac (If process from BD) / AED 20000 (If process from Dubai) after visa
#2 Candidate must provide all required documents during application
#3 Candidate must provide a Bank cheque of AED 20,000 (if Dubai) or BDT 8 lac (if BD) to company for security
#4 Candidate needs to do agreement with us according to our TOS
#5 Candidate needs to provide Passport of a family member for security
#6 Candidate must pay service charge with in 3 working days after visa stamping from embassy.

Documents You Need For Application

Must be Valid Documents
Number Checklist
#1 Passport with validity of at least one year
#2 One color photo in light background
#3 A copy of the applicant’s Europass CV.
#4 Valid Job experience certificate
#5 Education certificates (SSC, HSC etc.)
#6 Work video

About Greece

Greece is a country in southeastern Europe with thousands of islands throughout the Aegean and Ionian seas. Influential in ancient times, it’s often called the cradle of Western civilization. Athens, its capital, retains landmarks including the 5th-century B.C. Acropolis citadel with the Parthenon temple. Greece is also known for its beaches, from the black sands of Santorini to the party resorts of Mykonos.

What is special about Greece?

Beautiful places, hospitable people, stunning beaches, fantastic weather, unique flavors… there are a million reasons to visit Greece. The cradle of Western civilization is a wonderful destination all year round. Visit Greece this year and see for yourself!

05 facts about Greece you never knew you needed

  • Greece is made up of thousands of islands. …
  • Greece has 18 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. …
  • 80% of Greece is made up of mountains. …
  • No part of Greece is more than 137 kilometres away from the ocean. …
  • Greece has a diverse array of wildlife.

Greece has beautiful beaches, whitewashed houses and amazing mountain landscapes. A lot of fundamental concepts to our way of life today come from ancient Greece. Just think about how many words in our own vocabulary have their origins in the Greek language – words like democracy, politics and philosophy. Ancient Greece has also left clear traces in contemporary architecture, sports, and many other places. In short, it is difficult to imagine what the world would have looked like without the great influence of ancient Greece.

Basic facts about Greece

  • Average working hours per week: 40 hours, 8 hours daily
  • Typical working day: Monday to Friday from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm
  • Number of Vacation days: 20 days / 4 weeks
  • Commute: Mostly by metro/train/tram or bus
  • Work culture: You will have colleagues from everywhere, but you will speak in your own native language, supporting
  • Population: There’s approx. 11 mio. people in Greece and the country has an area of 132,000 km2.

Perhaps most impressive and also something Greece is best known for: the amount of islands. In the Greek archipelago there are more than 2,000 islands, of which only a few hundred are inhabited. Some of the islands are both well-known and beloved holiday islands, such as Crete, Santorini, Rhodes, and Corfu. The many small islands also give you the opportunity of doing island hopping between islands, where only very few or no people live, and where you can enjoy the magnificent and unspoiled nature peacefully.

Greece borders Albania, North Macedonia, Turkey and Bulgaria, and it has a coastline of almost 14,000 km. The capital Athens is today home to around 4 million people. and the Greek capital has more years behind it than most European cities – it has been inhabited for 3,000 years. If you are interested in history and culture, Athens is an inexhaustible source of new knowledge and cultural discoveries. You will simply never finish exploring the city and expanding your knowledge of Greek culture and history.

What is it like to work in Greece?

In Greek workplaces, relationships are important. Greeks want to work and trade with people they know, and therefore building relationships – and perhaps even friendships – in professional contexts are a big part of Greek work culture. It can take a long time and require many dinners and meetings to reach an agreement. On the other hand, agreements are binding and must be respected once they have been entered into, and this applies to both written and oral agreements.

The Greek working hours are  typically 40 hours a week. 

Why should you live and work in Greece?

To sum up: Greece is the perfect destination if you like sun, amazing culture, history and a work environment with trust and personal relationships in the forefront. With a job in Greece, you can combine work with island hopping, mountain hiking and fantastic culinary experiences – all with a touch of the jaw-dropping beautiful Greece as a backdrop.