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The BEST Websites to Use to Find an English Speaking Job in Israel

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My name is Claude Massey and I am a career counselor in Tel Aviv, Israel and I was exactly where you are today. Therefore, in this article / video I am going to share the best websites to use to find an English speaking job in Israel. 

Everything I am going to share will be learned from my own personal experiences, and I want to help save you time and effort.  If it is okay with you, I will assume that you already have a great looking CV (if not contact me for help building one!).

That being said… let’s get into it!

Firstly, using LinkedIn to find a Job in Israel:

LinkedIn is my favorite website to use when working with my career counseling clients.  It has the largest amount of opportunities for the English speaking job hunter in Israel. 

I recommend checking “LinkedIn Jobs” twice per day.

Features/Filters:

  1. You can choose the city in which you are looking for a job
  2. You can choose your desired profession
  3. You can filter by “most recent job postings/ within the last week / within the last month”
  4. “Easy Apply” lets you upload your CV directly to the LinkedIn platform and send it out to the companies of your choosing with a single click of a button.

Secondly, using Facebook to find a Job in Israel:

All of the Facebook groups below are completely in English, and I would recommend checking all of them once per day.  Firstly, you will be able to see not only how many members there are inside of the group,  but you will be able to see how many active job listings there are inside of the group (towards the right-hand side).

  • High Tech and Sales Jobs in Israel for English speakers

This is the largest Facebook group that exists for English speakers in Israel…and the most active.

  • Jobs in Israel for native English Speakers 

This is the second largest Facebook group that exists for English speakers in Israel…and the second most active.

  • Jobs for Multilingual in Israel

The third largest Facebook group that exists for English speakers in Israel…and the third most active.

Side Note:

You will see some of the same job listing in a few of the groups… but not all of them.  I would highly recommend checking out various Facebook groups to help you find an English speaking job in Israel.

Thirdly, using Janglo to find a Job in Israel:

Janglo is a website that is designed for English speakers in Israel.  This website has a lot of resources that you might be able to take advantage of, and of course they also have a job board.

The Janglo job board has 5-8 new job listings on it per day and you won’t find these listings anywhere else on the web (most of the time).

Moreover, the types of job fields that you will find inside of the Janglo job board are truly varied.  I would recommend checking this website once every day.

Fourthly, using Nefesh B’Nefesh to find a Job in Israel:

Nefesh B’Nefesh is a well known, really great site for all newcomers to Israel.  There is an enormous amount of resources and information to learn within this website.  Take your time and go through this website!

Moreover,  the Nefesh B’Nefesh website has a job board.  Check this website job listings board daily if you are serious about finding an English speaking job in Israel.

On the Nefesh B’Nefesh website you can also find a list of a few job recruiters.  If you are looking for a really large list of job recruiters/headhunters in Israel, I recommend checking out the list on another page (here).

You see, I’ve been living in Tel Aviv for 10+ years and I know it can be a struggle living here as a foreigner.  Finding a job, living a happy life, and developing great relationships… are not always easy to do.

It was a long time ago, but I remember the feeling.  I remember the day I arrived in Israel, I had NO money, NO friends, and NO job.

So, how did I go from that point to becoming a life coach (קואצ’ינג לחיים) and career coach (אימון אישי לקריירה)?

Here is my story:

About seven years ago (and after 15+ years of soul-searching), I had a powerful self-realization that I was put here on this planet to teach and to share the knowledge I have.   

Moreover, after this powerful revelation hit me I began to feel a powerful inner calling.  A relentless voice inside of me saying, “I have to open my own consulting business”.

Therefore, with my 15+ years of experience in the field of sales and customer service I decided to open a sales training company.

At this point, I had a full time job working for a high-tech company so on my day off, I found an accountant.  Then I hired him and had him file the proper paperwork to open a sales training company with the government.

I never thought that I would open my own business in Israel… but I did! 

I decided to name my sales training company Sales Development Israel, and I began to use all of my spare time before work and after work creating training materials, and trying to acquire clients.

In addition, I was sending emails and cold calling companies in Tel Aviv, Herzliya, Ramat Gan, Jerusalem, Bat Yam, and Holon.

I was working like a maniac and doing everything in my power to generate momentum.  Great news is that I was able to find my first few clients!

However, something I immediately noticed was at the conclusion of my sales training workshops, two things would happen consistently happen: 

Firstly, I would receive feedback that my sales training workshops were providing massive value for the sales team.

This meant that the companies were happy with the service I provided… which was nice to know.

Secondly, one or two of the students in the courses would privately approach me.  These students would speak with me about their struggles not only in sales, but also in their lives.

Then one time, a female student offered to pay me for a one-on-one session outside of the office.  As a struggling entrepreneur, I accepted.  

She asked me to help her learn how to communicate more effectively, and to help her figure out a better career path.  We developed a plan, strategized, and executed. 

Another student, at another company, approached me and offered to pay me for my time to help prepare him for a job interview.  We developed a plan, strategized, and executed. 

Yes, he was planning to leave the sales job that he was at and yes, I helped him to do so.

Similarly, another student from another workshop, at another company, asked me to help them build their inner-confidence.  We developed a plan, strategized, and executed. 

This would happen again, and again…

Each of these wonderful people I began to work one-on-one with,  had their own unique challenge, and asked me for help.  Each time we developed a plan, strategized, and executed. 

They all knew that I was not certified or professionally trained, and still they would approach me, and offer to pay me for my time.

These first clients would call me their “Life Coach” or “Career Counselor“, and I was able to help them! 

At the conclusion of our 3 to 5 one-on-one sessions, they each had taken took massive steps forward towards the results they wanted.

Each time we developed a plan, strategized, and executed successfully! 

Eventually, enough people paid me to sit down with them, and called me their Career Counselor or Life Coach… that I began to call myself a “Career Counselor” and ”Life Coach”.

Most people set out to become a trained and certified life coach (קואצ’ר , אימון אישי) or career counselor before ever having a client. 

However, I never said I wanted to be a life coach (אימון אישי לחיים) or a career counselor… this interesting and fulfilling profession came to me, literally.

In conclusion, that is the super-short story of how I began life coaching (תל אביב קואצ’ינג לחיים) and career counseling in Tel Aviv Israel.  Furthermore, after all these years, I’m happy to say I have helped hundreds of people just like you!

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