In February 2007, a recruiter at one of Danel HR's branches began blogging job openings for university students. Noy Zelig is Danel's in-house representative at the Ruppin Academic Center near Netanya in Emek Hefer, and she has also written a useful guide for students on how to enter the job market (Hebrew).

The new Hebrew blog is called Danel, Working With A Smile. Although aimed at students, the listings should interest other people too. The design is currently missing the official Danel logo so perhaps the blog is only an experiment, but to my knowledge this is the first attempt by an Israeli recruiter to use blogs (please correct me if I'm wrong), and I hope others follow suit.

Keep up the good work, Noy!

I've added the blog's RSS feed to the Ultimate RSS Feed Collection for the Israeli Job Seeker and the JobMob Bloglines account.

22/04/07 Update – it now appears that a different Israeli recruiting company has bragging rights to the first Israeli HR blog, but Noy's blog is still the first of its kind for students in Israel.

Jacob Share

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

This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. jimson

    sir my name is jimson simon and i am from india and i want to know wheather i have any chance to work in isreal i had 12th passed and i have a working experince in the field of marketing, software and bpo project consultant,and i know java, and web page design

  2. Jacob Share

    Hi Jimson. Absolutely you can find work here, but you’ll have to find a company willing to sponsor your work visa. If you’re good, the skills you listed are definitely in need and there are many hitech jobs available.

    Check or to get an idea.

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