FAQ's - Frequently asked questions help for jobsinmalta.com

Searching for Jobs

To start receiving the latest job opportunities by email from jobsinmalta.com, you will need to register and create a profile so that you can receive Job Notifications. You can amend the frequency by going to the Job Notification section in your profile.

Go to the Jobseeker Account tab on the top right-hand side of jobsinmalta.com and click on "Register". Enter your details and password or sign up via Facebook, LinkedIn or Google.

Step 1: Setting up your Job Notifications 

  • Industries: Select the industries you are interested in.
  • Categories: Choose a maximum of 5 specialisations in the category section. 
  • Job Level: Select the employment levels applicable to your jobs of interest.
  • Job Type: Tick whether you are interested in part-time or full-time vacancies, or both.
  • Location: Choose your areas of interest to receive job notifications. If you do not select a location, you will receive notifications from all around Malta.
  • Frequency: Select how often you would like to receive job notifications.
  • Read through and accept our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions.
  • Tick “I am not a robot” and click on “create an account”.

Step 2: My Account
Fill in your details.


Step 3: Upload & Edit CV
Upload your CV using .pdf or .doc extensions, with a file size of now exceeding 10 MB.

Step 4: My Applications
This section lists all the jobs that you have applied for through jobsinmalta.com. Please note that after a month, the list will disappear from the section.

You can modify your job notification settings by logging in to your profile, under the Job Notifications section.
Log in to your profile and change the frequency to ‘Never’ to disable Job Notifications until you change the setting again.
All user details are kept confidential and out of the public domain. Your profile remains active as long as you modify it.
The heart-shaped icon throughout the site represents the "Favourite" button. By simply clicking on the icon when viewing a job will automatically move it to your "Favourite Jobs" list. You can review these at any time by clicking on the heart icon at the top of the page. This tool is for your convenience; it allows for a faster process so you can apply for all your favourite jobs at once.

Everybody who is a resident in Malta (or is planning to relocate) can apply for the jobs advertised on our platform. If you are not a Maltese citizen or a permanent resident in Malta, please visit the Jobsplus website for further information on working and living in Malta.

If you are browsing through jobs when not logged in, click on the “LOG IN TO APPLY” button, log in, and then click on “APPLY FOR VACANCY’’. If you are already logged in to your profile, you can click on“APPLY FOR VACANCY” button right away. You can either use the CV that is already saved or upload a different one.
It will only be available to the employers of the jobs that you have applied for; we do not share your CV with anyone without your consent.

How do I create an employer account?

  1. Visit the Employer page.
  2. Click on “POST A JOB”.
  3. Enter your personal details and click on continue.
  4. Enter your company details.
  5. Read our Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions and click on register.
Jobs may take 1-48 hours during working days to be moderated and published.
You can edit, create a similar job or stop a published job all through the jobsinmalta.com employer platform. Icons and hover-over tooltips will help guide you. Should you have any difficulties, the support team is at hand to assist you throughout your process.
Posting a job to advertise on jobsinmalta.com comes with a charge; however, as our contribution to the community, we offer complimentary listings to NGOs and paid internships.

Yes. Should you wish not to disclose your company name, you can advertise under “powered by jobsinmalta.com”. We will receive the applications on your behalf and forward it to you once the candidate has given us their consent. To receive further information about this service, please get in touch.

A featured job increases exposure for your job vacancy through visibility on the homepage of jobsinmalta.com. Featured jobs are also visible in our mobile application. Should you be interested in having your job upgraded to a featured job, please contact us on [email protected]

If you are a jobseeker, your account will never expire. You can modify your job notification preferences at any time by signing in.

If you are an employer, you will be able to log in by clicking on the Employer sign in button. The platform saves unpublished job listings in your shopping cart after clicking “save & pay”.

If you are having trouble logging into your account, you can try to reset your password. If you come across any difficulties when doing so, you can call +356 2226 2500 during office hours for further assistance.
Your username is your email address. If you have forgotten your password, it is advisable to reset your password. Jobseekers are to click here, while employers are to click here.

The main telephone number for jobsinmalta.com is +356 2226 2500. If you can’t get through, please click here to send us a message.

If you do not receive the confirmation message within a few minutes, please check your spam folder. If it came into your spam folder, select the confirmation message and click "Not Spam", which will allow future messages to get through.

Our Gozo Region includes:

  • All Gozo

Our Northern Malta Region includes:
  • Għargħur - includes the area of Xwieki.
  • Mellieħa - includes the areas of Ċirkewwa, Marfa, Armier Bay, Għadira, Manikata, Golden Bay, Santa Maria Estate, Paradise Bay, Anchor Bay (Popeye Village), Ta' Pennellu, Mġiebaħ, and Selmun Palace and Selmunett.
  • Mġarr - includes the areas of Żebbiegħ, Ġnejna Bay, Binġemma, Ta' Mrejnu, Għajn Tuffieħa, Ballut, Lippija, Santi, Fomm ir-Riħ, Abatija and Mselliet.
  • Mosta - includes the areas of Bidnija, Sgħajtar, Blata l-Għolja, Santa Margarita, Tarġa Gap, Ta' Żokkrija and Ta' Mlit.
  • Naxxar - includes the areas of Baħar iċ-Ċagħaq, Salna, Magħtab, Birguma, San Pawl tat-Tarġa and Simblija.
  • St. Paul's Bay - include the areas of Burmarrad, Buġibba, Qawra, Xemxija, Wardija, Pwales, San Martin, Mbordin and San Pawl Milqi.
  • Baħar iċ-Ċagħaq.
  • Baħrija.
  • Burmarrad.
  • Madliena.
  • Tal-Virtù.

Our Central Malta Region includes:
  • Attard - includes the areas of Ħal Warda, Misraħ Kola, Sant'Anton and Ta' Qali.
  • Balzan.
  • Birkirkara - includes the areas of Fleur-de-Lys, Swatar, Tal-Qattus, Ta' Paris and Mrieħel.
  • Floriana - includes the areas of Sa Maison, Balzunetta and Valletta Waterfront.
  • Gżira - includes the area of Manoel Island.
  • Ħamrun includes the areas of Blata l-Bajda and Rabbat.
  • Iklin.
  • Lija - includes the area of Tal-Mirakli.
  • Msida - includes the areas of Swatar and Tal-Qroqq.
  • Pietà - includes the area of Gwardamanġa.
  • Pembroke - includes the areas of St. Andrew's, St. Patrick's and White Rocks.
  • Qormi (Città Pinto) includes the areas of Ħandaq and Tal-Ħlas.
  • Swieqi - includes the areas of Madliena, Ibraġ, Victoria Gardens and High Ridge.
  • St. Julian's - includes the areas of Paceville, Balluta Bay, St. George's Bay, and Ta' Ġiorni.
  • San Ġwann - includes the areas of Kappara, Mensija, Misraħ Lewża and Ta' Żwejt.
  • Santa Venera - includes parts of Fleur-de-Lys and Mrieħel.
  • Sliema - includes the areas of Savoy, Tigné, Qui-si-Sana and Fond Għadir.
  • Ta' Xbiex.
  • Valletta (Città Umilissima).
  • Fleur-de-Lys.
  • Gwardamanġa.
  • Kappara.
  • Paceville.
  • Swatar.

Our Southern Malta Region includes:
  • Birgu (Città Vittoriosa) - includes the area of Tal-Ħawli.
  • Birżebbuġa includes the areas of Qajjenza, Tal-Papa, Bengħisa Battery, Ħal Far, and Għar Dalam.
  • Bormla (Città Cospicua) - includes the area of San Ġwann t'Għuxa
  • Fgura - includes the area of Tal-Liedna.
  • Għaxaq - includes the areas of Ħas-Saptan, Ħal Dmikki, Tal-Qattus and Tal-Millieri.
  • Gudja - includes the areas of Bir Miftuħ and Burġlat.
  • Kalkara - includes the areas of Rinella, Bighi, Ricasoli and Smart City Malta.
  • Kirkop.
  • Luqa - includes the area of Ħal Farruġ.
  • Marsa - includes the areas of Albert Town and Menqa.
  • Marsaskala - includes the areas of St. Thomas Bay, Żonqor Battery and Bellavista.
  • Marsaxlokk - includes the areas of Delimara and Tas-Silġ.
  • Mqabba.
  • Paola - includes the areas of Għajn Dwieli and Corradino.
  • Qrendi - includes the areas of Maqluba, Wied iż-Żurrieq and Ħaġar Qim.
  • Safi.
  • Senglea (Città Invicta).
  • Santa Luċija.
  • Tarxien.
  • Xgħajra.
  • Żabbar (Città Hompesch) - includes the areas of St Peter's and Bulebel iż-Żgħir.
  • Żejtun (Città Beland) - includes the areas of Bulebel, Ä ebel San Martin, Bir id-Deheb, Tal-Barrani, Ħajt il-Wied and Ħal Tmin.
  • Żurrieq - includes the areas of Bubaqra, Nigret and Tal-Bebbux.
  • Bubaqra.
  • Ħal Farruġ.

Our Western Region includes:
  • Dingli - includes the areas of Buskett and Dingli Cliffs.
  • Mdina (Città Notabile).
  • Mtarfa.
  • Rabat - includes the areas of Baħrija, Tal-Virtù, Mtaħleb, Kunċizzjoni, Bieb ir-Ruwa and Għar Barka.
  • Siġġiewi (Città Ferdinand) - includes the areas of Għar Lapsi, Fawwara and Girgenti.
  • Żebbuġ (Città Rohan) - includes the areas of Ħal Muxi, Ħal Mula and Ħal Dwin.
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