People & Computers' annual job fair is taking place at Airport City in a few weeks' time.

Update 20/10/09: The job fair date has been pushed back from Nov. 2nd to Dec. 8th. Thanks to Tzvi Edelman for the tip.

I've pulled together for you the little bits of information that have been published about the fair so far. Read on.

High tech job fair November 2009


Anyone looking for a high tech job in Israel, but in particular, people who are in:

  1. Sales & marketing
  2. Business development
  3. Project / development team management
  4. Programmers
  5. Hardware Engineers
  6. Information Security
  7. Aeronautics
  8. Quality Assurance
  9. Hardware designers

The original list in Hebrew seems to have been written by someone unfamiliar with these professions. For example, it actually mentions “Programmers”, “Developers” and “Software Engineers” which frankly all mean the same thing.


The official announcement is sparse on information for now, not even mentioning at what time the job fair will open on November 2nd. However, there's at least a list of companies who will be present at the fair, so if you're targeting any of them, take advantage of this opportunity to talk with them live.


Avenue, Airport City
Tel: 03-9715000

Directions: this PDF has full directions in Hebrew for anyone arriving by train, bus or car.

Entry is free but you need to register in advance.

Register now for this job fair (the form will open in a new window)


Monday November 2nd, 2009 Tuesday December 8th, 2009, from 9am – 4pm


  • Discover job openings you aren't aware of
  • Talk with representatives from companies you're targeting
  • Network with other job seekers

I found out about this on Maya Bouhnik's Hebrew blog Career Tips For Geeks.

And as usual: don’t forget to read my 35+ Job Fair Success Do’s and Don’ts before you go.

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