The Integration Foundation as an employer

Join our team! Together, we help Estonian people find a common language and a common mind.

The half a hundred employees of the Integration Foundation and our Estonian Language Houses are equally divided between Narva and Tallinn, but we also have offices in Paldiski, Lääne-Harju rural municipality, and in Kiviõli, Lüganuse rural municipality.

We treat all employees equally, taking a flexible approach to their different capabilities and needs, looking for the right solutions for everyone. Diversity and inclusion are also important aspects of staff selection and identifying areas for development.

What we offer you as an employee:

Meaningful work. Here, you have a chance to make Estonia a better place with your own hands by being a part of the network of people connecting Estonia.

Modern tools and a comfortable office in the heart of Narva or Tallinn, including technical possibilities for working remotely.

Eye-opening teambuilding activities and the chance to also participate in projects that are not your direct responsibility.

An inspiring team with diverse backgrounds. Our diversity is remarkable: we employ people whose mother tongues are Estonian, Russian, Ukrainian, Belarusian, and English, and our cultural backgrounds and the paths we have taken are very diverse.

Valuing health, family, and self-development. We allow 7 health and wellbeing days a year and sports support, a day off on 1 September for parents of children up to grade 6, and flexible working arrangements to meet children’s needs. We support the learning of all staff by organising suitable replacements.

The Integration Foundation is a recognised employer

Austame erinevusi märgisThe diversity label ‘Diverse Workplace’ is awarded to employers who ensure equal treatment and an inclusive organisational culture, and whose work in spearheading diversity sets an example for others.

Being awarded this label shows the commitment of the organisation to supporting diversity and thereby creating a better working environment and society. The ‘Diverse Workplace’ label is issued by the Estonian Human Rights Centre and was launched by the Ministry of Social Affairs.


Kaugtöö tegija märgis

Kaugtöö Tegija (Working Remotely) is a label that shows that the institution encourages flexible ways of working and that they are a part of the organisational culture.

The label is issued by the Smartwork Association in cooperation with the Estonian Human Resource Management Association (PARE).


Vabatahtliku sõber märgis

We have also been awarded the Vabatahtliku Sõber (Volunteer Friendly) quality label, which is a recognition of our carefully considered inclusion of volunteers in line with good volunteering practice. The Volunteer Friendly label is issued by the Estonian Village Movement Kodukant in cooperation with the Ministry of the Interior.

We would like to thank all of our volunteers who have been involved as mentors in the Language Friends programme, in the organising team of the international conference on integration, and elsewhere! We will continue to create opportunities to get involved and make Estonia more cohesive together with many great people.


You can find the job offers of the Integration Foundation on our webpage, on CV-Keskus as well as on CV Online.