Hiring companies, speakers and expert counselors will be at your service as Merkaz Hamagshimim Hadassah and AACI put on their first job fair since 2007.

Merkaz Hamagshimim Hadassah Update 05/02/10: Shira from the Mercaz sent me the list of companies that are supposed to be at the fair, see below.


From the official release:

“For job seekers in all fields (computers, science, medicine, teachers, researchers, pr, admin, engineers, tour guides, translators, etc), as well as students, those who recently completed the army, new and veteran olim, and Israelis, English, Hebrew, and other language speakers alike.”


Approximately 30 companies from Jerusalem and Tel Aviv in the following fields:

  • Hi-tech
  • Technical writing
  • Bio-tech
  • Marketing/PR
  • Education/hadracha
  • Law
  • Accounting
  • Non-profits
  • Engineering
  • and more…

And those companies are:

  1. Connect
  2. Hever
  3. JVP Software Incubator
  4. Animation Lab
  5. LawJobs
  6. Morningside Translations
  7. Jedi Media Group
  8. Shorashim
  9. CSWW
  10. Maof
  11. FXCM
  12. VerNet
  13. CheckMarx
  14. Upsider
  15. Relocation jobs
  16. RE/MAX Vision
  17. Dialect
  18. Worldwide Jobs
  19. Stern Engineering
  20. Etgar
  21. Matan media
  22. NFTY
  23. Etz Hadat
  24. H. Stern Jewelers
  25. Ramada Jerusalem Hotels
  26. Quest
  27. Pareto
  28. Eteacher
  29. Marksman
  30. Net translators
  31. משטרת עיר העתיקה
  32. IBC
  33. Berlitz
  34. LEAP
  35. The Jerusalem Post
  36. ACTL

There will also be “career counselors, resume writing assistance, and lectures on the job market in Israel, job hunting, and other related topics. Information and resources for start-ups, small businesses and entrepreneurs. We will also have job boards with postings of open positions in a variety of professional fields.”

Scheduled Speakers


Mercaz Hamagshimim-Hadassah
Beit ArEl, 8 Gad St. (the old Ulpan Etzion)
Baka, Jerusalem
Bus – use the excellent Jlembusmap.com (click ‘Baka' in the left sidebar) to find your bus. Lines 7, 21 and 21A have the closest stops but the many buses along Derech Chevron or Emek Refaim are only an extra few minutes' walk.

Entry is FREE

For more information, call Shira at 052-6039116 or email meida [at] themerkaz.org


Wednesday, February 10th, 5-9 pm


  • To submit resumes (have copies with you!)
  • To show off your networking skills and meet company rep.s, to follow-up with on email and social media
  • To learn about job search from the speakers and get advice from experts

I will also be there with a table to meet job seekers and answer job search questions. Come by and say hi, it's always nice to meet in person.

DON'T FORGET: as usual, remember to read my 35+ Job Fair Success Do’s and Don’ts a few days beforehand.

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Jacob Share

Job Search Expert, Professional Blogger, Creative Thinker, Community Builder with a sense of humor. I like to help people.

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  7. Jacob Share

    After the fair report:

    Most presenters at the fair were a little surprised at the layout. Normally, job fairs take place in large halls where people walk from table to table. In this case, the fair was split across 5+ classrooms on 2 different floors. The JobMob table was on the 2nd floor and my impression was that many job seekers never came upstairs. I only spoke with 70-80 people at the event, and I’d be surprised if less than 250 came.

    Everyone I asked there had a positive view of the fair itself. I didn’t hear anyone mention the speakers but otherwise people did find the visit was worth it. Don’t forget – a job fair is more than just a place to apply for jobs.

    Most of the people I spoke with were recent olim or people thinking of aliya.

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