- Where can I find current vacancies at IBB?
- When does the recruitment for the Doctoral School take place?
- Does the IBB provide accommodation?
- Will I be provided with health insurance?
- How do I legalize my stay in Poland?
- How to submit the annual tax declaration (PIT)?
- What is a trusted profile?
1. Where can I find current vacancies at IBB?
You can find the latest job offers on our home page https://ibb.edu.pl/en/career/.
2. When does the recruitment for the Doctoral School take place?
Recruitment announcements are published continuously. Current offers can be found at: https://ibb.edu.pl/en/phd-studies/rekrutacja/.
Information about when PhD programme starts is included in each announcement (either 1 March or 1 October).
3. Does the IBB provide accommodation?
For the first 3 months of your stay, accommodation is available in IBB guest rooms: https://ibb.edu.pl/en/hotel-and-conference-rooms/guest-rooms/ Please check availability before you arrive. Confirmation of reservation is required.
4. Will I be provided with health insurance?
IBB PAS employees with employment contracts are covered by the public insurance with NFZ (National Health Fund). The employee is enrolled for insurance at the beginning of his/her contract.
Foreign doctoral students should apply for voluntary health insurance with the National Health Fund. This involves signing a contract with the NFZ and paying monthly contributions. The costs of the insurance will be reimbursed by the IBB at the request of the doctoral student.
5. How do I legalize my stay in Poland?
If you are from an EU or EFTA Member State and your stay in Poland will last longer than 90 days, you should register your stay at the Mazowieckie Voivodeship Office (within 3 months of your arrival in Poland).
If you are from outside the EU or EFTA, you should apply for a temporary residence card at the Mazowieckie Voivodeship Office before your visa expires.
You can find out more about the procedures for legalizing your stay here: https://welcome.ibb.edu.pl/at-site/legalisation-of-stay-in-poland/
6. How to submit the annual tax declaration (PIT)?
Each year between February and 30 April, all employees who have worked in Poland in the previous year, have to submit their annual Personal Income Tax declarations (PIT) to the fiscal authorities.
The most convenient way of submitting your PIT is on-line via e-Urząd Skarbowy (e-Tax Office) – the official government platform. The system is now available both in Polish and in English. You need to have a trusted profile to use it. The platform works in such a way that you don’t have to make any calculations by yourself because your tax information should already be available in your profile (based on the information provided by your employer).
You can also use the service of professional accountants.
For more information please go to Submit your annual tax declaration (PIT) | EURAXESS
7. What is a trusted profile?
Profil Zaufany – Trusted Profile is a tool which verifies your identity online and acts as an electronic signature. It is used by the vast majority of public institutions in Poland and allows you to handle official matters online.
You can find more information here.