Working in Portugal is an excellent option if you are looking for quality of life. If you are from the Netherlands, in Teleperformance we have several Dutch speaking jobs opportunities.
Dutch speaking jobs are a great opportunity in Teleperformance Portugal. As a multicultural hub that joins people from 95 nationalities and serving clients in 35 languages, we need to keep high levels of accuracy. That’s why it is so important to have native skills in the languages we work with.
Regarding Dutch speaking jobs, they are very cherished at TP, since there isn’t that many people speaking the language and available to work in Portugal. To bad for them! They are missing two of the most trendy cities in Europe at the moment, namely Porto and Lisbon, where Teleperformance has some of the best office buildings.
We have a fair amount of opportunities when it comes to Dutch language. Since it is a specific niche we also value it. There are not that many people able to speak Dutch at a native level or at least close to it. That’s good news for you, if you can in fact speak Dutch.
Also, if you have some Dutch friends, don’t forget that Teleperformance Portugal has the “Bring a Friend” program. You can help a friend by finding him a job in a company considered as Best Place to Work in Portugal for nine times now…and also win a bonus if he/she joins Teleperformance.
There is, in fact, some demand for Dutch speaking jobs in Teleperformance Portugal. The company employs more than 10.000 people and such a multicultural atmosphere is a stage to learn with each other. Dutch is not the easiest language to learn. And neither is Portuguese. In result we often speak English. But this diverse and multicultural scenario may interest someone in learning a little bit on some specific languages.
Dutch speaking jobs obviously require someone originally from the Netherlands or someone who learns the language. If this is something that might interest you, we propose a little quiz with some curiosities that may spice up your appetite in learning Dutch.
Curiosities about the Netherlands?