- As an EU citizen you have it easy. Simply pack a valid passport or ID card and you're ready to go. You will then need a registration certificate (Anmeldebescheinigung) in order to stay with us for longer than 3 months.
- If you come from a country outside the EU, you need the Rot-Weiß-Rot-Karte. It is issued for 24 months.
Welcome to Austria!
Living and working abroad? There's nothing easier! Austria offers you first-class conditions for this. The WALTER GROUP is the perfect place to start your career.
Expect 14 salary payments!
We are of the opinion that the above-average performance of our employees should also be paid above average. Therefore, you can expect a salary that is well above the compulsory level!
Automatically registered for social security!
From the first day of your employment, you are automatically registered for social security. In Austria, compulsory insurance covers the following areas:
- Health insurance
- Accident insurance
- Pension insurance
- Unemployment insurance
Social security covers all important benefits. Of course, you also have the opportunity to have private insurance.
It's also practical that you don't have to take care of registration formalities or the payment of insurance premiums. We do that for you, as well as the deduction of income tax.
Friday 8am until 3.30pm
These times include half an hour for lunch (staff restaurant)
25 days of annual leave and 13 public holidays
Under the title of "private absence" we provide you with 40 additional hours of free time per year, as compensation for days when you may have to stay late. This bonus is stipulated in your employment contract and should help you to reconcile your work and private life even better.
Health insurance for relatives
Generous maternity leave provision for mothers
Recognition of foreign degrees
Studying in Austria
We would like to warmly recommend the following courses:
Central location and transport
Even in the cities themselves, you are very well connected. Whether by car or by public transport, which works very well in both cases.
House hunting made easy
If you live in Kufstein, you are more likely to travel to work on foot, surrounded by fresh air and with a view of the wonderful mountains. If you decide to live outside the city, you benefit from perfect public transport connections and the proximity of our location to the train station.
If you work in Wiener Neudorf, we would recommend Vienna as your first place of residence. There are two reasons for this: Firstly, because our company bus will get you from Vienna to work in just 30 minutes. Secondly, because you immediately get to know and appreciate the advantages of the cosmopolitan city of Vienna.
We recommend the following property portals when looking for housing in Vienna and Kufstein:
With a population of almost 2 million, Vienna is not just the capital of Austria, but also a cultural hotspot at the heart of Europe. Here, you will experience vivid history as well as topical highlights and trends in all possible artistic genres. In other words: every day there is something to experience that should not be missed.
Frequently asked questions and answers
No, if you are a citizen of an EEA country. Yes, if you come from a third country. In this case, you need a residence permit as well as the work permit. Of course, we are happy to help you with submitting the application.
Further information on the subject of work permits can be found at the Public Employment Service Austria (AMS).