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OUR BERLIN OFFICE:
  • CWC Care With Care GmbH
  • Rotherstraße 18, 10245 Berlin, Germany
  • Phone: +49 30 260 79436
  • M-F 09:00-18:00 Berlin Standard Time
OUR MANILA OFFICE:
  • G/F Antonino Building
  • Bocobo corner T.M. Kalaw Manila Philippines 1000
  • Phone: +63 917 800 5623
  • M-F 09:00-18:00 Philippine Standard Time
  • POEA License: POEA-070-LB-022818-R

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Your most frequent questions answered

We recruit from any country that is allowed by the German and local governments. If you live in one of the countries listed here, we are unfortunately unable to recruit you to Germany.

From a Nurse perspective, Care With Care can assist you in starting a job in Germany within a 12-24 month period. The exact timeline will mostly depend on your commitment to learning the German language as you will be required to pass your B1 or B2 certificate prior to arriving in Germany. From an Employer perspective, Nurses are expected to arrive in Germany within a 6-9 month period after signing an employment contract with your institution. Most importantly, Care With Care is committed to sharing transparent timelines across the entire journey so that both Nurses and Employers can properly plan this life-changing experience for our Candidates.

Any licensed nurse that has graduated from a 3 year vocational training or a 4 year college or university program, as long as you do not currently live in one of the countries that have been restricted by the German government based on the WHO nurse staffing shortage assessment.

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