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More than 300 URGENT vacancies are open to work and live in Spain with salaries of €1.258,73

15 May 2024 to 07: 06
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More than 300 URGENT vacancies are open to work and live in Spain with salaries of R$7.652,83
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Are you looking for jobs abroad? So don't miss this chance to work outside Brazil! A supermarket chain in Spain is offering immediate vacancies with salaries above 1.258,73 euros.

A supermarket chain in Spain, Masymas, is offering 300 job vacancies to operate in the country, specifically for the summer campaign in Europe. The company does not require previous experience, and the opportunities are distributed throughout the Valencian Community and the Region of Murcia. Additionally, there are vacancies available at the logistics center located in Pedreguer.

Find out who can apply for vacancies outside of Brazil

The network is looking for 300 new employees for vacancies in Spain, in the Murcia and Valencia region. The salary can reach 1.375 euros, as stated in the collective agreement of Grupo Hermanos Martín (Supermercados Masymas).

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Additionally, the worker can consider increases in the payroll, such as extra payments, productivity bonuses, subsidies, mileage or bonuses for working in the cold storage rooms. At the moment, the minimum wage in Spain is 1.258,73 euros per month.

Immediate vacancies have a temporary contract, however, the company gives the option of continuing on staff after its completion. The positions open in vacancies outside Brazil are for Cashier, Stocker and staff from different sectors of the supermarket.

According to information, to compete for vacancies in Spain and join a workforce of more than 2.750 people, it is necessary to meet some requirements. However, the requirements are not very demanding and the company does not ask for previous experience, not even higher education.

In this way, whoever wants to work in one of these positions as a cashier, stockist or line manager, you can apply by presenting only your high school diploma. 

Find out how to apply for vacancies in Spain

Those who are interested in the news about vacancies outside Brazil should access the Masymas supermarket website to send their application. On the career portal, you can send your CV directly to the group and highlight which of the vacancies in Spain you want to apply for.

Prepare a CV in Spanish, the city you live in and whether you are available to move. On the job portal, the candidate must fill in all the requested data, which includes name, surname or telephone number. In the section that says 'Select file' you will need to attach your CV.


The supermarket chain with immediate vacancies has a hiring code that explains some of the principles that apply to its workers. Among them, the promotion of contracts for an indefinite period. This guarantee of stability comes with ongoing training, for which the employee will not have to pay.

Find out how to get your Work Visa in Spain as a Brazilian

If you want to work in Spain, you need to follow some important steps to obtain a work visa. Here is a detailed guide to help you through the process:

1. Job offer

Firstly, you must obtain a job offer from a Spanish company. The company must provide an employment contract and prove that the vacancy cannot be filled by a European Union citizen.

2. Work Authorization Request

The Spanish company is responsible for applying for a work permit on its behalf from the Spanish Ministry of Labor and Immigration. This process involves the presentation of several documents, including the employment contract and proof that the company complies with legal requirements.

3. Required Documentation

Prepare the following documents:

  • Passport: Valid for at least six months beyond the scheduled travel date.
  • Visa Application Form: Complete and signed.
  • Photos: Two recent photos, passport size.
  • Employment Contract: Original and copy.
  • Work authorization: Issued by the Spanish Ministry of Labor and Immigration.
  • Proof of Qualifications: Diplomas and certificates that prove your qualifications for the position.
  • Health insurance: Coverage valid in Spain.
  • Proof of Visa Fee Payment.

4. Scheduling at the Consulate

Please contact Spanish Consulate in Brazil to schedule an interview. Go to the consulate with all the necessary documents. The process may vary depending on the consulate, so check the specific requirements of the consulate responsible for your jurisdiction.

5. Interview and Processing

During the interview, you will be asked about your intention to work in Spain and your background. The consulate will evaluate your documents and your visa application. Visa processing may take a few weeks.

6. Receiving the Visa

If approved, you will receive your work visa. With your visa in hand, you will be able to travel to Spain and start your new professional journey.

7. Arrival in Spain

When you arrive in Spain, register with Social Security and obtain your NIE (Foreigner Identification Number). This number is essential to work legally in Spain.

Following these steps carefully will ensure that you obtain your work visa and can start your career in Spain without any setbacks. Good luck!

Spanish supermarket chain invests in its people

In the last year alone, 20 thousand hours of courses were taught to improve basic skills in the company. Furthermore, once within the workforce, there is the opportunity for growth thanks to internal promotion. Finally, the supermarket chain guarantees a job close to the worker's home, for easier mobility and more balance between professional and personal life.

Masymas Fornés Supermarkets are a family business with 100% Valencian capital and headquartered in Pedreguer (Alicante) in Spain. Currently, the company has more than 100 supermarkets spread across Alicante, Valencia, Castellón and Murcia. The company claims to value its human resources and understands that its most valuable capital is its employees.

Therefore, within its human resources and personnel policy, the company is committed to stable work and long-term contracts. In addition, the group offers continuous training to employees, to have workers who are better prepared to serve their customers.

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