3rd European Online Job-Day ‘Make it in Germany - Take YOUR Chance!’
Welcome to our 3rd European Online Job-Day ‘Make it in Germany - Take YOUR Chance!’
This event will take place online only on 1st June 2017, from 09:00am - 04:00pm (CET) on the European Job Days platform.
Our goal is to offer European qualified jobseekers space to get up-to-date information about Living and Working in Germany as well as to find interesting job offers. This time, we will introduce the six specialist groups within the International Placement Service: Construction and Craftsmen, ICT, Hospitality, Healthcare, Engineers, Transport and Logistics. Also, we will inform you about the process of self-marketing by using Self-Made-Shorties for jobseekers. Finally, you will be able to get in touch with German EURES Advisers and ask all the questions you have always wanted to ask about Germany. They will also help you find the perfect job matching your profile with potential employers.
As a jobseeker looking for opportunities in Germany, you will also find practical tools for your application including CV, Letter of Application/Motivation and other elements necessary for a successful participation in the job-selection process. You can find the agenda for the event here.
In addition, you will also get useful information on taxes, social security issues and professional recognition of your qualifications.
To join us on 1st June 2017 at the German European Online Job-Day, you have to register in advance.
Use this link to register for this event. Registration is free of charge!
Browse more than 200 job positions
There are more than 200 job positions awaiting you on the platform, and more will become available in the next few days. Browse through these jobs and apply as soon as possible to those matching your skills and expectations.
The International Placement Service (IPS), part of the Federal Employment Agency and EURES, as organisers of this EOJD, represent all the employers of our job-offers, to provide you with highest possible safety concerning labour law and salary. Therefore, the regular website-tool, the so called ‘Interview-scheduling system’, should not be used to get in touch with the employers. If you are interested in any of the more than 200 published job-offers or many of the other still available jobs, please join the chat during the live event and the IPS-Representatives will provide you with all the information needed and connect you with potential employers.
We look forward to meeting you online on 1st June and wish you a very successful event!