People & Computers' latest edition of its annual hitech (IT) job fair is rolling in this week.

Israeli High Tech job fair July 2011
It's been a while since any national job fairs took place here, but this one keeps going strong early every summer.


According to the official announcement, this job fair is for the following professions:

  • Sales and Marketing (in hitech)
  • Business Development
  • Project Managers and Developer Team Leads
  • Programmers
  • Engineers
  • Hardware experts
  • Software experts
  • Information Security
  • Aeronautics
  • Mechanical planning
  • Software testers (QA)
  • System admins
  • System analysts
  • Data warehouse & Business intelligence specialists

Sure, some of these overlap, but why nitpick?


The official announcement is sparse but has a short list of companies that will be recruiting at the fair, such as:

  • Yahoo
  • Elad Group
  • Calanit IT
  • MalamTeam
  • One1
  • Ness
  • Log-On
  • BMC Software


Avenue, Airport City (this link doesn't work in Firefox, but does in Internet Explorer)
Tel: 03-7330797 (ask for Livnat)

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

Entry is free but you're asked to register in advance. If you can't, don't worry, they'll still let you in if register onsite at the fair.

Register now for this job fair (the form will open in a new window). Annoyingly, to register online you need to use the Internet Explorer browser.


Thursday, July 7 2011 from 9am-4pm


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

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

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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 3 Comments

  1. An engineer

    Jacob: do you think this fair might be useful for a “mature” (ie. over 40) jobseeker?

  2. Jacob Share

    An engineer- absolutely. Although most of the openings will be aimed at younger, less-experienced hires, there will be some for you too. Plus, this will give you a chance to learn about companies in the market, gauge demand for your skills and learn which skills you might want to acquire, and network with other job seekers, both your age and not. Just don’t expect people to come up to you with that information, you’ll have to do some legwork and asking around.

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