Job Squad is a diverse, international team. This has the result that we are known with many different languages, places and cultures. We strive to find the best candidates for long-term employment. It is our aim to ensure a seamless onboarding process for both candidates as companies. We are dedicated to make the process from start to finish a great experience. We don’t stop when the candidate signs the contract, our mission goes beyond that! We will ensure that both parties are happy with the results, even after the first months.
We work mainly with language-specific jobs and we offer jobs in over 7 different languages.
Alex has been working since the age of 16 in a wide variety of different professions but mainly centred around language tourism. He studied Electrical Engineering at university and Business and Management shortly after that, he’s also a fully qualified English teacher and licensed in private security.
For the past two and half years, he has been an activity manager for EF Language Travel working extensively in sales, customer service and events. Recruitment is his newest venture and has taken a shine to the profession and is now throwing himself into his work and making an impact wherever he can.
Now the serious part is over, he’s half Barbadian, quarter Dutch and the last quarter is a mix of English, Italian, Russian and Canadian so basically, don’t ask where he is from because you’ll either get a different answer every time or a small lecture. For more information contact every embassy mentioned.
Lasse holds a background in Recruiting for some of the fastest growing Startups in Copenhagen.
He has worked since he was 16 and been involved in over 6 startups. He has taken part in various courses for talent development.
Lasse has travelled around in South America for 6 months and claims he speaks Spanish.
Frederik holds a BA in Marketing management, he has worked in Recruitment prior to the founding of Job Squad.
He has lived in Poland and has worked years in customer service.
Frederik is in charge of the finances in Job Squad and besides that, he is very good at recruiting people to sunny places.
Linda holds a Degree in Brand building, A BA in Entrepreneurship and innovation and a Master in Creativity and Innovation.
She has lived in Denmark, France and currently Malta. She has been self-employed on and off since she was 16, in between she has worked within tourism, lobbyism and sales.
Linda is in charge of the Marketing and branding of Job Squad, besides that she loves to help people to get new jobs and support them in the life-changing experience!
Liisa was born in Finland and moved abroad for the first time as a 19-year-old to study business in Budapest, Hungary. She also has lived in the USA, UK, Malta and now in Spain. She received her degree in theatre in Los Angeles and always continues to learn new skills and improving herself.
Prior to joining Job Squad as a recruiter, Liisa has had long-standing work experience in performing arts in theatre and film industry. She loves arts and creativity. During her free time, she is often painting of writing spec screenplays.
The last five years she has enjoyed the beautiful international lifestyle with her fluffy rescue dog, who is also an avid traveller. She is very much looking forward to helping you to prepare for your job interview and has handy tips for living abroad, as she has experienced living in several. She loves helping people to follow their dreams and see the world!
I was born and raised on a quiet farm up north of Sweden and that made me want to get out and see the world and meet new people. At age 15 i started acting school in Stockholm where i got rid of the shy girl i was before. After high school i worked with sales for 4 years and i think its thanks to the years of acting i was very good at the art of sales. Moved to Greece at age 22 and lived there for a full year and had the time of my life. I have been to almost every country in Europe and also seen parts of Indonesia, Australia and Asia and hoping that I’ve seen the whole world at age 30. Biggest passion is volunteering for homeless animals, protesting against the meat industry and making a difference for the ones we share this planet with !
Raised in the North of France between cows and an outstanding weather, Romain is by far the tallest person of the office. Passionate of sport and food, he recently developed an interest for photography, and we are not talking about selfies.
This 2-times France Basketball Champion has worked for many different associations in his business school and also worked for various companies over the years. From a multinational sport retailer to a smoothie stand or a Duty Free store, our Frenchman has experienced many different workplaces and apparently developed a few skills (Legends say he makes the best smoothies in France).
P.S : We say “Pain au Chocolat” not “Chocolatine”
Born and raised in Denmark on a farm next to cows and horses, however when I became older i realized that I was more into the big-city-life and I moved to Aarhus, which is a ”big” city in Denmark to study and work.
I have always loved to travel. In my younger days every summer was spent in a car driving through Europe with my family. After High-school I went backpacking in Asia, USA and parts of South America and afterwards I bought an Interrail ticket and traveled around Europe by train. I am educated within sales and administration and have worked in the business for about 4 years. I love reading and spends all my money on shoes, wine and food.
As a part of my education, we were encouraged to take part in the personal sales & service program in Orlando, this was an amazing personal journey for me, I was at a short internship program at Disney World and took part in regular classes with American students at Valencia Business College.
Also, I took part in an intercultural exchange program at my university, which lead me to Dalian, China. I attended business classes with Chinese students, and was taught incredibly much about cultural differences, which today gives me a great insight in diversity. I’m continuedly taught the same thing about culture.
The more I think I know, the less I know.
I´m so glad I took part in these adventures, it helped me develop into the person I am today
Born in a small village in the south of the Netherlands, but moved to a larger city to experience life. Mostly Dutch but very proud of her Scottish roots. Studies International Business and that makes her able to see the world from a different perspective.
Shannen planned to become an amazing scientist until she actually went to college to become one. Switching to a business degree was the best life choice she ever made, and feels like this is her way to encourage others with her creativity. Horrible at saving up because she travels as much as possible.
The go-to person if you want tips for any European city. Her bucket list is filled with a long list of destinations for the future. Next to that, she is always up to meet your furry friends. Grew up with a huge love of horses, which never really went away. Sucks at sports but still enjoy them, especially volleyball. You should try it, really! Loves snowy mountains and winter sports, but decided to move to a sunny island.
I was born in France 25 years ago. I I have been living in Malta for almost 2 years, I love living by the sea, in the sun. It’s good to live on this little rock. I love to travel and discover landscapes but I hate hiking.
Do you genuinely enjoy helping others? Do you get a fuzzy feeling when you know that you have had a great impact on someone’s life by kick-starting their career and even taking it to the next level? Have you ever or wanted to take the opportunity to work or travel away from home to start your own adventure? Our mission is to empower and engage young people to take chances for their future, by challenging them to accept jobs overseas as well as career and self-development abroad.
We have jobs and positions from all over Europe in a constantly expanding and ever-growing variety of languages. This means we are always looking to build upon the existing team and have more incredible people join the Squad. Almost everyone here at Job Squad has a different background, from iGaming to Sales, Language tourism to Marketing and some having no prior experience in recruiting. We always look for the potential recruiter in everyone, a spark so to speak, and then we provide in-depth training and extensive mentorship by providing you with the skills to be an awesome recruiter.
So, how about it? Would you like to join the Squad?
Job Squad was founded by a couple of young Danish entrepreneurs with a passion for recruitment and HR. One has years of experience in corporate recruitment, the other is startup obsessed with more than 4 of these young businesses to his name. Both of these young mavericks came together with their shared experiences to create Job Squad, a personal recruitment agency with a corporate twist. Job Squad’s vision was to create career opportunities for Europeans across borders, that will strengthen and develop their personality and career diversity. By breaking down borders and bringing on a wide variety of clients and positions we try to make sure there’s a position for everyone.
In the beginning, Job Squad didn’t have an office or even a set place for everyone to work. In Denmark, we were a part of an incubator office with several other start-ups which provided a very good mentality and space for those working there. Meanwhile, in Malta, we internet-hopped from cafe’s to burger joints, apartments to restaurants and everything in between. The office travelled with us and we simply chased whatever internet connection we could find. We did this for 2 months before finally finding what would be become our new office in Spinola, St Julians.
The team is split between the three destinations, but with the majority preferring a warmer sunnier climate, the team in Malta is the largest. Despite the long distance, the three offices are extremely close and are in constant communication sharing news, updates and candidates to ensure everything is seamless and efficient for both candidates and clients. Every member of the Job Squad is incredibly passionate about recruitment and we always make sure to have fun with everything we do, from the random boyband power hours to group lunches and sing-alongs. We here at Job Squad like to think of ourselves as professionals without the formality, after all, we are here to here to help and make sure both job hunt and placement is as pleasant and seamless as possible.
The team here at Job Squad is incredibly diverse from a wide range of backgrounds and nationalities but none the less, we all have a few things in common. We here at Job Squad all share values which we display in our work ethic and how we deal with both clients and candidates. From a deep-rooted passion for recruitment followed closely by the genuine desire to help others while always being an honest and upfront with steadfast moral values for all of our clients and candidates, to also having fun and injecting humour into everything that we do. The office atmosphere is always warm, light and fun, there’s always music in the office and banter regularly flies from side to the other. We’re always professional but rarely formal.
The office nurtures an atmosphere of self-improvement where certain hours of the week the team put their pens away and turn their phones upside down to learn something new through a book, podcast or an article. Every week on Friday, one member of the team gives a TED talk about what they have learnt and how it helped them personally improve their recruitment skills or themselves in general. We encourage questions and actively look for new methods and techniques to keep us ahead in the industry, the Squad’s different employee backgrounds bring an amazing diversity and way of thinking to the company and that is something always welcome here at Job Squad.