How to find a job in Israel
Work in your field for a whileIsrael. It will be very difficult to get a job in this country if you could not try your hand at manufacturing in your direction. Consider that inIsrael a lot of great specialists work in all areas and the competition for the place is very tough. The more experience you have behind your shoulders, the more favorable the Israeli employer will be.
Master the Hebrew at an average level. Without national language inIsrael – anywhere. You need to hire a tutor or enroll in accelerated learning Hebrew. If you know English, you will be much easier. But without Hebrew you are unlikely to take on a permanent job with opportunity for career growth.
Pass professional retraining on arrival in the country. It is very important to acquire skills in their specialties already in place, i.e. to adapt to the Israeli job. Each country has its own characteristics and you need to understand it accurately. Fortunately, now there are many possibilities for this, namely the professional courses. Moreover, during their passage you can see future employers.
Well complete the "korot Chaim" – working career. Collect only the best references from former employers. Consider every word in your resume. Clearly highlight your professional side, and think about how they can help your future employer.
Contact in all instances. Send your resume to all companies and institutions of Israel. It will greatly increase your chances of getting the coveted post. Here works the law of large numbers: the more applications you send, the more answers.
Walk independently of all Israeli offices, where required specialists in the profession. As often as you can catch sight the potential employer. Don't have to come to his office. You can just visit the exhibition, conference or lecture on the subject of your profile.
Constantly develop in your direction. ATIsrael employs many scientists from all countries, and the majority has an excellent reputation and the serious skills. You have to match this level and to constantly improve. Then you will increase your chances many times over of getting a job in this country.