When to plan the interviews? Which language level for the interviews? And how to proceed with professional recognition?
No contingents. No fixed classes. But more commitment because of the right matches, maximum flexibility and transparency.
Save time and money with well structured, digitalized processes in our matching app. Efficient, safe and data protection compliant.
At Signite we don’t promise a fixed contingent or allocate a certain number of applicants to an employer. We believe that forcing a match cannot work. We rather believe that there is the right fit for everyone and therefore try to help you to increase the chances for a match.
We see ourselves as an “enabler” who supports nurses willing to work in Germany to identify their most appropriate migration solution and to find the most suitable employer for their career.
For employers we offer innovative ways of recruitment to be able to hire the right personnel and to ensure a long-term staff retention from the start.
Our matching questionnaire is the starting point to Signite. Eight questions, eight underlying criteria, quick and easy to answer. If your requirements as an employer match with the nurses’ ones, this leads to a match and subsequently to an interview with a nurse. We follow the rule: more transparency, more flexibility and attractive benefits increase the chance to be found by nurses and get matches.Matching questionnaire
Register for free and create your profile with your personal data and preferences in our matching app.1
Start looking for the right employer by using our matching feature and get invited for an interview.2
Improve your language skills to be prepared for your life in Germany.3
Apply for professional recognition of your diploma to be able to work as a qualified nurse in Germany.4
Get the suitable visa and work permit to live and work in Germany.5
Travel to Germany to start your career as a nurse with your future employer.6
Every nurse is different. Obviously. And besides differences in their cultural background, mentality and personality, there are amongst the various countries also differences in their professional education, the understanding of the nursing profession and the perception of the individual role in their working context. Discrepancies to the German profession as a nurse can be found in the rather theoretical approach of the university degree of nursing in other countries. Foreign nurses tend to have a more medical expertise, more specialist knowledge and are used to work more autonomously assist doctors. Foreign nurses mostly work in hospitals which as well differ greatly from the hospitals we know in Germany. Also, rehabilitation clinics or elderly care homes are not that common in other countries. Basic care and practical support of patients is often less typical as this is usually done by the patient’s family. It is therefore recommended to inform the new employees about habits and standards in Germany at an early stage, so they will gain an understanding of the German view on the nursing profession and adapt to it smoothly.