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Are you looking for a job in the social and healthcare industry? Are you interested in working in Finland? We offer lots of nursing jobs in Finland. Welcome to work in the happiest country in the world!

We are looking to hire registered nurses, practical nurses, and other social and healthcare industry professionals for our clients all over Finland. Here is your chance to find nursing jobs in Finland and start to work in Finland, the happiest country in the world! We offer long-term employment in the public and private sectors in care homes and hospitals.

Currently, we are looking for the following:

What do we offer nurses in Finland?

  1. Free language training
    Language skills have a significant impact on working and enjoying yourself at work. Knowing the Finnish language helps you to adapt to the work community, create social contacts and enjoy your work. Our online Finnish language training is suitable for anyone who wants to learn Finnish, regardless of profession, life situation, or initial level of language skills. You can participate in online training from anywhere. The studies focus on the development of language skills needed at work.
  2. Relocation services
    Our relocation services give you a smooth transition and settlement in your new home country. We can arrange temporary accommodation and airport transfers and help you find your new home if necessary. We don’t forget your family either: we help them settle in Finland and provide career guidance. Our international employment and relocation team will help and support you through your employment. We will help you apply for a residence permit, help you with your tax card and bank account, and advise you with anything related to your employment or living in Finland. During your first weeks working in Finland, you will complete an online course developed to familiarize yourself with Finland and the Finnish culture.
  3. Safe employment
    Established in 1999, Barona is the leading private employment agency in Finland. In addition to Finland, we operate in Sweden, Norway, Estonia, Spain, Poland, and Slovakia. Every year, we employ over 30 000 people. We have experience employing people and caring for our employees. Our direct-hire customers are well-esteemed companies and organizations with whom we cooperate closely at every phase of the recruitment and relocation process.
  4. Possibility of a long-term job
    Great employees are hard to come by, and the Finnish healthcare sector needs qualified employees on all levels of healthcare. Generally, employment in the social and healthcare sector gives you a possibility for long-term jobs in the same care home or hospital.
Zdjęcie - pielęgniarka z Filipin w Finlandii w zimowej scenerii
“Thanks to Barona’s assistance, I was able to relocate to Finland and start working in my dream job in a nursing home. Barona made it possible for me to live in the world’s happiest country.”
Cyndy, registered nurse from Philippines
Zdjęcie Shielou, która znalazła pracę dla pielęgniarki w Finlandii dzięki Baronie
“We were looked after immediately after arrival. Everything we could need for the first few months had been taken care of. Even quiet Finns were really nice when you got to know them. I’m really thankful for everything I’ve been given.”
Shielou, nurse from Philippines

Five reasons to work in Finland

  1. Working in Finland is safe
    In Finland, employers follow laws and labor agreements. This shields your status as an employee. Also. it is possible to later apply for citizenship and stay in the country permanently. We recruit social and healthcare professionals for long-term employment in care homes and hospitals within the private and public sectors.
  2. Finland is the happiest country in the world
    According to the World Happiness Report, Finland is the happiest country in the world. Things have influenced why Finland has won the title for the past four years: small income and wealth gaps, free education, and a stable society.
  3. Quality of life is high
    Finland is the third-best country in the world regarding quality of life. Basically, this means that basic human needs and the foundations of well-being, such as health care, sanitation, housing, and education, are high quality. We also value freedom and cherish free speech and personal rights.
  4. We value free time
    In Finland, work-life balance is essential, and everyone appreciates free time. This means that our work-life balance also supports people to enjoy time with friends and family and enables different hobbies. Life in Finland is not all about work but life outside of work. And the most important thing is you can bring your family here!
  5. Outstanding nature
    Finland’s unique nature, with its four seasons, allows you to enjoy snowy and magical winter nights and the never-ending light and warmth of Midsummer. You can roam freely and enjoy versatile nature from the southern tip of the country’s archipelago to the fells in Lapland and 168 000 pure lakes and pristine forests.


Fill in an application or contact our recruitment professionals for more information!

Picture of a woman working as a nurse in Finland.