Mastering the Hebrew language is one of the hardest challenges olim have to cope with on their way to successful assimilation into Israeli society. But their mother tongue, the language they bring with them from their home countries, can be a huge advantage in the Israeli job market. This “superpower” can help secure a successful career in Israel.
Enter Israel Multi Lingual Job Fair. This fair, in its second year, is organized by Shine Conferences and is dedicated to helping foreign language speakers overcome barriers and find fulfilling jobs. As the Start-Up Nation, Israel needs skilled native speakers from diverse nationalities who deeply understand varied languages and cultures. Many Israeli companies wish to expand internationally and hire native speakers as they are a perfect bridge. Moreover, a growing number of international companies open local branches in Israel, which increases the eco-system demand for international employees and a range of service providers such as attorneys.
A fulfilling job in Israel is possible, and can be accompanied by a sense of belonging, achievement and satisfaction. And one of the best ways to find such a fulfilling job is through job fairs dedicated to multilingual job-seekers.
Recently, Shine Conferences held a unique financial conference with TLV International dedicated to empowering olim by providing valuable information and practical tools and encouraging wise financial behavior in Israel. The conference’s distinguished speakers included Ofer Petersborg, Israel’s leading real estate journalist. Now, Shine has announced Israel’s Multi Lingual Job Fair, which will be held on Tuesday, 26th of January 2016, in Tel Aviv Cinematheque. It will include HR representatives from prominent companies and practical lectures from distinguished speakers.
The job fair’s target audience is native speakers of French, German, English, Russian, Italian and Spanish, and others looking for new opportunities.
The jobs on offer will be in a range of areas such as Marketing, Sales, Hospitality, Real Estate Agents, Administrators, Writers, Customer Service, Engineers, Lawyers, Accountants, Coders and QA Engineers.
Some of the exhibiting companies in the Multi Lingual Job Fair are:
Prime Minister’s Office, WIX, Fattal Hotels, Eldan, My Heritage, Toyga, SimilarWeb, Rushmore Marketing, Memo Global, JMRB MEDIA, Depluse, RCS, InnoData, Payoneer, BetaData, and Platika.
The Job Fair is Held In Collaboration with:
Haaretz-The Marker, The Times of Israel, Nefesh Benefesh, The Municipality of Tel Aviv-Yafo — Olim Department, The Municipality of Ramat-Gan, Maof – The Agency for Small & Medium Business of the Ministry of Economy, AACI – Association of Americans & Canadians in Israel, Keep Olim in Israel Movement, The Association of Israelis of Central European Origin, JobMob, Janglo and Telfed.