Jobba inom Samhall
With a job at Samhall, you have the opportunity to develop your ability to work and your professional skills. You have support and supervision while there.
Samhall is a Swedish state-owned company, the purpose of which is to create meaningful and stimulating work for people with disabilities. The aim of a job at Samhall is that you should develop your ability to work and your professional skills. The long-term aim is that you are able to get a job with another employer.
Do you need extra support and adaptation at work? Are you registered as a jobseeker with us? Do you have disabilities that affect your ability to work? Samhall may be the workplace for you.
Working at Samhall. The film is in Swedish.
In this film, you will find out about what it is like to work at Samhall.
How it works
If you are interested in working at Samhall, start by telling an Employment Officer. If you both agree that it is a good idea, you can pay a visit to Samhall. Then you will find out more about what it means to work and develop there. Before you begin your employment, we will draw up an agreement between you and Samhall. Among other things, this describes what your goal is with regard to the position, what different steps you need to take to develop and what support you may need.
Throughout the employment period, your manager will encourage, challenge and support you. The goal is that you will one day be ready to take the next step and move on to a position with another employer.
When employed at Samhall, you receive wages and other employment benefits in accordance with the collective agreement.
Samhall undertakes to offer collectively agreed employment benefits.
How to take the next step
Prepare yourself to explain why the support could increase your job opportunities.
We review your situation together. An employment officer assesses whether the support is a good way to increase your job opportunities.
What support we can offer you depends on what your situation looks like. Who is entitled to any kind of support is ultimately regulated by the government.