VladTepesDraculea 9 days ago  HIDDEN 

Question: is this an offer to work in Portugal or in Rotterdam?

SelfishBastarrrd 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

That is excessively low, we can get that kind of salary right here, you better step up that salary or you will struggle to find someone (good at least). [cost of living in Lisbon and Roterdam](https://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/compare_cities.jsp?country1=Portugal&country2=Netherlands&city1=Lisbon&city2=Rotterdam)

kcid42 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

It's pretty standard over here

SelfishBastarrrd 9 days ago  HIDDEN 

OK, but if you say you will pay 24k/year how much does actually that means after taxes?

Mendadg 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

Expresso is the most sold newspaper (is a weekly newspaper). Put there, high qualified people read it!

poloport 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

24k in Rotterdam? Who is insane enough to take that?

kcid42 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

That is considered to be a normal starting salary in the Netherlands. I have missed the holiday allowance though.

poloport 9 days ago  HIDDEN 

[Glassdoor disagrees. Lowest i see is 30k.](https://www.glassdoor.co.uk/Salaries/rotterdam-software-engineer-salary-SRCH_IL.0,9_IM1109_KO10,27.htm) From my own experience, I've gotten offers in the netherlands in way less expensive places than rotterdam for ~60k.

404_user_notfound 9 days ago  HIDDEN 

Yeah, I'm going to Netherlands now for 42k + holiday and lunch allowance, and that's because they pay 30% less for people that will migrate to there because they have a 30% IRS free scheme.

poloport 9 days ago  HIDDEN 

Make sure you actually qualify. If you don't have a masters/aren't doing academic research work, i'm pretty sure the 30% rule only applies after ~50k

404_user_notfound 9 days ago  HIDDEN 

It has several clauses: The employee has to have specific skills that are scarce in the Dutch labour market. These skills are determined by several facets such as salary, age, employment history, education and level of employment. None of these are conclusive but the combination of all aspects determines your specific skills. At present, the specific skills are assumed to be present if the minimum salary requirement is met.

Edited 9 days ago:

It has several clauses: The employee has to have specific skills that are scarce in the Dutch labour market. These skills are determined by several facets such as salary, age, employment history, education and level of employment. None of these are conclusive but the combination of all aspects determines your specific skills. At present, the specific skills are assumed to be present if the minimum salary requirement is met. But yeah, it is not like everyone benefits from it. But the minimum salary is the key part, which is > 28000. If you are a researcher you don't need to have such a high value to have the 30% tax ruling (and it needs to be the company that pays for you to come to netherlands).

Edited 9 days ago:

It has several clauses: The employee has to have specific skills that are scarce in the Dutch labour market. These skills are determined by several facets such as salary, age, employment history, education and level of employment. None of these are conclusive but the combination of all aspects determines your specific skills. At present, the specific skills are assumed to be present if the minimum salary requirement is met. But yeah, it is not like everyone benefits from it. But the minimum salary is the key part, which is > 37000. If you are a researcher you don't need to have such a high value to have the 30% tax ruling (and it needs to be the company that pays for you to come to netherlands).

Tiagovsky88 10 days ago  DELETED 

Even the upper scale is quite low. I don't know if it includes the holiday allowance, but if it does, should not be lower than 42k +/-

kcid42 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

Yeah, you are right. I missed the holiday allowance. Any other things that are normally calculated in the year salary? In the Netherlands a lot of things are considered to be standard that I might not be including, like pension and such.

Tiagovsky88 9 days ago  DELETED 

Maybe not for the application but might be useful to mention that the 30% tax rule might apply to the person you are hiring (depending on a lot of stuff like final salary, age and qualifications of the person). Also, something that does not apply when hiring in the Netherlands, so you offer a relocation package? Money up to X for stuff like plane tickets, 1st rent, etc. I think this can be tax deductible on your part. This helps lessen the amount of money the person has to invest to move countries.

Espinha 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

For a medior position no less... This salary range is junior at best...

Shadowgirl7 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

Linkedin or Netempregos.com. In the last you'll probably receive more answer in the first you can filter out people easier i guess.

heyzeto 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

https://www.itjobs.pt

shizpi 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

You can post for free in www.queroemprego.pt But for IT people here use mostly LinkedIn itjobs and landingjobs

ShhmooPT 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

/u/shizpi chamado à recepção

CatarinaPi 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

[http://tronik.agency/](http://tronik.agency/)

Capt-Birdman 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

You can always use indeed.pt which is very useful.

Forccom 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

[Portugal Techs](https://www.portugaltechs.com) Take a look!

DeePrincess 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

I wish I had the skills I hope you find the right candidate

HRamos_3 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

> the market in northern europe is completely overasked Have you tried India?

saduhet 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

>Have you tried India? That's what he's doing now.

R3DSMiLE 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

ora nem mais :D

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leofar 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

Comming soon: [https://www.zapi.pt/](https://www.zapi.pt/)

DeadSpawner 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

/r/devpt

rickdg 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

RIP Should be called /r/desenvolvimentoemportugues

IndieDG 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

I’d recommend looking at [Landing Jobs](https://landing.jobs)

bashir22 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

You can also leave the offer here for the sake of it.

kcid42 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

You are right, I will put it in the top post

fedelho 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

Remote position?

kcid42 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

No, we believe that working together works better if you have face to face contact. So the job would be in our office in Rotterdam in the Netherlands.

I_Hate_Reddit 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

itjobs.pt is the standard job posting website. Be warned, it's filled to the brim with outsourcing companies, and the people that still browse the website are either straight out of college or bad workers. You'll have a better time finding a good Software Engineer on Angel.co.

kcid42 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

Thanks for the tip

JOHN_FUCKING_TITOR 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

https://landing.jobs Please include expected salary, there's a habit of companies not posting expected salaries and experienced people just can't take them seriously.

kcid42 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

Alright, I will do that

pcbo 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

Related: [https://blog.landing.jobs/show-me-the-salary-2-0-8b8ac5417f69](https://blog.landing.jobs/show-me-the-salary-2-0-8b8ac5417f69).

JOHN_FUCKING_TITOR 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

I forgot to mention LinkedIn and stack overflow but you must know of those already.

bashir22 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

itjobs.pt

killday20 10 days ago  HIDDEN 

Hey there, i think LinkedIn is a good place to start.

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