Working in Jersey
The largest and most southerly of the Channel Islands, Jersey is located just 14 miles from the French coast and 100 miles south of mainland Britain. Covering 45 square miles and shaped by the sea, Jersey is well known for its truly magnificent sandy beaches, sheltered coves and crystal clear waters.
Jersey is a world renowned and leading international finance centre, home to thousands of industry professionals and is recognised for its strong tradition of corporate governance and regulation. The island’s status as a Crown Dependency gives the jurisdiction constitutional rights of self-government and judicial independence.
Jersey’s close proximity to France adds a distinctly European feel to the island’s ambiance. With a top class education system, favourable tax regime, daily flights to international airports and a relaxed and secure location, Jersey offers an enviable work and life balance.
Jersey’s government website offering advice on living and working on the island.
Useful information on moving to the island.
The commission is responsible for regulation, supervision and development of the financial services industry.
Inspiring an active island, this body offers sports programmes and activities for individuals and families.
Jersey’s newspaper covering local and international news, business, property, jobs, sport and motoring.
A residential / employment status determines where you can work and live. Information of the four housing and residential statuses can be found here.
Information on how to apply for Jersey EU Settlement Scheme.
A not for profit organisation established to represent and promote Jersey as an IFC of excellence, both locally and internationally.
The official website for Jersey Tourism provides extensive island and travel information.
An employment relations service for employers, employees and trade unions.