VACANCIES IN AND AROUND RINGKØBING-SKJERN Municipality

The unemployment rate in Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality is low, so vacant jobs are available. We have many big manufacturing industries and other companies requiring specialists, or people who can develop such skills. The same goes for other West Jutland companies in our neighbouring municipalities.

If you settle in Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality you may get far around within what we call normal commuting distance. You need not spend 30 minutes or more queuing up to get out of town, even if you settle in our biggest towns.

You may see how far you can get in 30 minutes or one hour on the commuter map here on the Front Page. Below this, you will be able to see vacant jobs compiled by Job Index within all postal codes in the commuter area. If you are looking for a job in Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality you will be able to see the current vacancies under the left tab, and just below you will find job adverts within the municipal boundaries. If you want to learn more about job opportunities and companies in Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality, go to Work.

SEE ALL JOBS IN COMMUTING DISTANCE FROM RINGKØBING-SKJERN MUNICIPALITY

 

Vestas, Lem - Foto: AGM

Iwona and Jarek

 
Polish family:

Nature and good conditions for the children are crucial

It is first and foremost the good conditions for the children and the clean and beautiful nature that Iwona and Jarek emphasize when expressing why they have chosen to settle in Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality in Denmark. In the past two years Iwona and Jarek have been living in the village of Finderup together with their joint child Diego and Jarek’s son Manuel and his daughter Karolina.

”The child-care facilities here are simply so good. They do so much for the development of children. For instance, they are allowed to cook and do woodwork when they can handle a knife– even though it may be a little dangerous. Besides, they also spend a lot of time in nature. In all sorts of weather. It is so healthy for them”, says Iwona who is also really happy with the schools.

”However, the best thing is that you exist to live here – which means that you don’t just constantly work, but you work in order to also live in your spare time”, says Iwona, and Jarek agrees. That was the very reason why he came to Denmark to work, since - as a self-employed motor mechanic with his own construction firm - he just worked and worked without earning sufficient to live on. On top of that he did not have any spare time whatsoever.

 

Iwona og Jarek - Read the full story here

 

Charlotte and Ian

 
Danish/English couple:

Wish of living the good life

”Above all, we just wanted to be together and live the good life. We love being together” says the Danish/English couple Charlotte and Ian Coles who have settled down in an idyllic old farm house at Kloster, halfway between the Ringkøbing Fjord and the Stadil Fjord and close to the town of Ringkøbing.

It is not surprising that the couple had a wish of the good life in peaceful surroundings with lots of nature. Ian was a Major in the British Army, which meant the couple had moved around military bases in England and Germany for years. Ian had also been deployed close to the world’s war zones, leaving Charlotte alone and suffering months of deprivation during their first year in Ringkøbing-Skjern Municipality.

They bought the old farmhouse overlooking the Stadil Fjord in 2013, and Charlotte moved in full-time, while Ian could only come home as work allowed. But now the good life has really started as Ian retired this summer.

Ian is 48 years old and he has just landed a job with Vestas - the wind turbine manufacturer – as a Project Training Leader. 

Charlotte and Ian - Read the full story here