JobMob is sponsoring the first Israel Multilingual Job Fair.

Israel Multilingual Job Fair

Recruiters and HR experts: Mention coupon code JOBMOB for a 20% discount on booths at the fair.

I've wanted to sponsor a job fair for a while, so I'm excited that JobMob is going to be a part of this.


The fair's slogan is “Find a job in own your language.”

The companies at the fair will be looking to hire job seekers with language skills in the following languages *among others*:

  • English
  • French
  • Russian
  • German
  • Italian
  • Spanish
  • Chinese

There's a pretty wide range of openings to be filled including “Engineers, Lawyers, Accountants, Coders, QA Engineers, Marketing, Sales, Hospitality, Real Estate Agents, Administrators, Writers, Customer Service reps, and more.”

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According to the official announcement:

Come meet the leading companies on the market, enjoy our fascinating lectures from different speakers, and connect with HR representatives from all of the hottest international companies on the market.

Make yourself standout and find a job.

Some of the companies hiring at the fair:

  • Payoneer
  • Toyga
  • MyHeritage
  • SimilarWeb
  • Rushmore Marketing
  • Eldan
  • Memo Global
  • Wix
  • Fattal Hotels
  • dapulse
  • RCS
  • InnoData

In parallel to the company booths, there will be speakers in the lecture hall:

  • 09:15 – 09:30 Opening
  • 09:30 – 10:00 Lecture in English, Professor Jonathan Smilansky, “Finding career opportunities in Israel”
  • 10:00 – 10:45 Amutot Panel discussion: “Building your Career in Israel”
  • 10:45 – 11:00 Lecture in Hebrew by Maof Group, “Employment In Israel”
  • 11:00 – 11:20 Lecture in English, Yulia Reinshmidt, “LinkedIn workshop – Effective tools to manage your career”
  • 11:30 – 12:00 Lecture in Russian, Ministry of Aliyah and Immigrant Absorption, topic TBA
  • 12:00 – 12:30 Lecture in Spanish, topic TBA
  • 12:30 – 13:00 Lecture by MyHeritage, topic TBA

Check back here closer to the fair for an updated schedule.


Tel Aviv Cinematheque
Shprintsak St 2, Tel Aviv-Yafo

Tel: 03-606-0800


  • 63 from Tel Aviv Hashalom train station (Azrieli mall)
  • 72, 9, 89 from Savidor/Mercaz train station
  • 5, 26, 70 from Tel Aviv Central Bus Station

Full details on how to get there, including more buses & parking (Hebrew)


Job seekers

  • Early bird rate (before January 17th): NIS 23.90
  • Regular rate: NIS 59.75

Register now

Recruiters and HR experts

To exhibit at the fair, contact Segev Shoval. Mention coupon code JOBMOB for a 20% discount on booths.


Tuesday, January 26th, 2016 from 9am – 3pm


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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.

This Post Has 14 Comments

  1. Assaf

    Cool man!

      1. Rachel P. Cohen

        If you like to help people, why do you charge a fee for job-seekers?

        1. Jacob Share

          I’m not organizing the fair, just sponsoring it, so you’ll have to ask them about the entry fee. However, as I also run a business, I see no problem whatsoever with charging people reasonably for products and services. For example, such job fairs take a lot of time and money to bring to life. In my case, I like to provide a free option, which is why this blog, JobMob, has hundreds of articles + exclusive downloads that are 100% free and have been for almost 10 years and counting, and that’s a lot.

          1. JonDov

            Perhaps more job seekers would attend if there was just a nominal charge or if it was free? Maybe you could suggest that the companies pay more for the booths?

          2. Jacob Share

            I’m not organizing the fair, just sponsoring, so I can’t change prices for anything, but I’m sharing all feedback with the organizers. They’re very interested.

            I think 20 shekels is a nominal charge. It would take an awful lot of job seekers for the organizers to make a profit at that rate, but I don’t think that’s the goal here. Rather, such nominal fees are often used to separate the serious from the non-serious, for the benefit of all attendees but in particular, the ones who paid much more to be there: the employers.

  2. pfine

    I’d very much like to attend the fair. But as a new oleh, my first priority is ulpan which takes place daily. Is there anyway I can e-mail my resume and writing samples to the exhibitors at the fair that are seeking professional writers and editors like myself?

    1. Jacob Share

      There’s no simple way, however it doesn’t really matter. Exhibitors are trying to get the word out that they’re hiring, and briefly meet & attract potential candidates. While the latter would require you to be there, the fair website lists most if not all the exhibitors which means you can easily see who’s hiring and can reach out to them directly. You might consider posting writing samples on a personal website and uploading them to a Dropbox account and then linking to them in a cover letter.

  3. igors

    How can I see the full list of companies represented on the fair?

    1. Jacob Share

      Click through to the official announcement on the conference organizer’s website. If you don’t see a list, check non-sponsor logos in the conference banner. That’s the best you can do, as far as I know

  4. Amatsia Spigler

    would this job fair also be for people who have been in ISrael for a long time (20 years) and who are seasoned professionals but are currently looking for a good position (50yr +)?


    1. Jacob Share

      My impression is that the jobs available are not only entry level, but I don’t know for sure. The best thing to do is research the companies who will be there to see who they are looking for, and use this information to better target relevant companies at the fair if there are any, in your case

  5. George

    Plus points: You did, it! , a good start and a good initiative
    Minus points:
    1)Far to Tel Avv centric. If you want people getting there you need to have it running a full day not just 6 hours And you could have chosen somewhee central and easy to get to rather than TA in the rush hour. Anywhere would have been better.
    2)You also don’t consider anyone without a car as being of interest. Cheap parking and thats it. How about giving instructios for people arriving by public transport, a few bus maps, train schedules etc might be useful.Check how they do this in the rest of the developed world
    3) Anodyne lectures on bland topics. You had plenty of time, Parallelize the language-centric sessions and create time for concrete sessions on specfic topics which attract people with specific skills

    1. Jacob Share

      Great feedback, George, that will have an impact on the next fair. Thanks for taking the time.

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