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About Jobspin.cz

Multilingual job board for the Czech Republic

Established in June 2014 in Brno, Jobspin.cz is the first job board in the Czech and Slovak Republics fully dedicated to foreigners. Jobspin.cz connects expats living in the Czech and Slovak Republics, as well as people considering relocation here, with companies that seek to hire people with extraordinary language skills and specific cultural backgrounds.


Our Values

We have five core values at Jobspin, which can contribute to our success.

 

Client orientation

To put customers and candidates first in order to achieve the best results offering them professional services.

Multiculturalism

To show respect to all multilingual people no matter of their nationalities, races, and religions, promote tolerance and diversity.

Commitment

To be committed to bringing the best services matching the needs and wants of our clients and candidates.

Relationships

To build a network of the strong relationships with our customers, candidates and partners.

Teamwork

To bring all the best talents together, support flat hierarchies in organization and value each single idea in order to achieve success.

Meet the Team

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Angelo
Casadei

Art Director

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Katerina
Kukrechtova

Sales & Marketing Manager
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Kamila
Shodieva

Marketing & Communication Assistant
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Urszula Turowska

Marketing & Communication Assistant
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Our Contributors

Arseni Nesterov
Co-founder, Senior immigration specialist at Expat Care CZ

Arseni Nesterov is a co-founder of Expat Care CZ, s.r.o., a relocation company based in Prague, Czech Republic, who helps expats with relocation, legal and immigration matters and is passionate about helping people relocating to new countries.

Arseni relocated with his parents to the Czech Republic in 2001 from Belarus. As a teenager, he had quickly adapted to the new environment and learned a new language. In 2010 he graduated from Business University in Prague. He speaks Russian, Czech and English.

His career started as a co-founder of Expat Care in 2012. He knows firsthand how challenging it can be to relocate to a new country. He is inspired by one idea, making people living in the Czech Republic feel at home.

His main role in the company is to look after all immigration matters currently running within Expat Care. He is passionate about the subject, and keeps up to date through networking, reading appropriate literature and attending relevant courses.

Arseni helped to expatriots relocating to the Czech Republic from various companies such as Siemens, Nestle, BDO, EON, Erste Bank, Stillking films, Czech Anglo Productions and many others.

Arseni enjoys traveling, music, cinema, cars but most of all meeting new people and spending time with his family and friends.

Beata Dziedzic is a career development coach who helps expats discover their niche skills, build a powerful online brand and find a career they will love.

Beata’s passion has always been helping people and organisations reach their full potential, implement changes, and successfully embrace challenges in a multicultural world. Her career spans Europe and Asia where she started as a specialized head-hunter covering Oil & Gas, Manufacturing, and Aviation; Finance (Asset Management, Private Equity), IT& Internet. She helped companies like Siemens, Swicorp, Barclays Bank, Capgemini, Infosys, Volvo and many others to acquire niche talent and improve their staffing strategies.

In 2011 Beata moved to Beijing as an HR & intercultural consultant. She delivered training to individuals, start-ups, MNCs and NGOs including Networkers, Mars, Daimler, GSK, CNOOC and the SACE Foundation. She also discovered her calling for career coaching – she combined that with her international recruitment expertise. Both of these skill sets enable her to advise people how to find careers they love and build strong online brands.

In 2014 she relocated to Prague, where she co-founded Coachify – location independent company providing its clients a unique blend of career coaching, social media training, and employees engagement consulting.

Throughout her career, Beata has designed various types of training that has served over 500 people from 45 countries, including European & African states, Canada, U.S., India, China, South Korea and Japan. She has delivered training and coaching to 350 participants ranging from IT graduates to middle and senior management including the CFO and CEO roles.

She enjoys volunteering, travelling around the world and studying languages. She is also an avid advocate of women’s leadership and career mentor at CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development).

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Helen Pelipecki
Intercultural PR/ Marketing // Blogger // Translator + Interpreter // Intercultural Career Coach

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Being a born Brazilian with Polish and Spanish backgrounds, Helen lived for three years and a half in the United States before deciding to make the Czech Republic, most specifically Prague, her new "home". Because of transitioning between different languages and cultures, she has become a chameleon and adjustable to any setting. A perfectionist by nature, a born storyteller, she has studied Tourism and Hospitality, Language Arts and Translation, passed through Logistics (with emphasis in Transports) and a TESOL (Teaching English as a Second Language) certification to land in her current passion for International Affairs, Intercultural Communication, Digital Marketing/PR and Social Media – and the tech scene.

The strong love for intercultural communication, coming partly from being born in a multicultural home, has led her passion to become her main work – being a bridge among different nations in all shapes and forms: translating and interpreting American and German missionaries during their mission work in Brazil since her early teens; as an interpreter and tour guide to business people from different countries in the wanderings around Brazil; as a teacher/instructor of Brazilian Portuguese, English and Spanish language in Brazil, United States and the Czech Republic; as a project manager and intercultural communication expert for the Czech-Brazilian Chamber of Commerce, having traveled to Brazil with a team of ministers, businessmen and the president of the Senate of the Czech Republic in an official mission to foster business between both countries; as a PR consultant and translator for Webnode; as a software linguistic tester for several IT and Telecommunications companies; as a Business Development Manager for Portuguese speaking countries for Socialbakers, and through it all, an as intercultural communication expert, empowering and helping foreigners through knowledge to adjust perfectly to life in their new 'adopted' homes.

Firm believer of the “paying it forward” expression, she has volunteered for non-governmental organizations like Habitat For Humanity, Not For Sale, International Justice Mission and World Vision during her time in the United States, being aware of the responsibility of being a voice to the voiceless – and strongly advocates that volunteering causes us to see beyond our own eyes and allow us to lend our hands to those who are in true need. In the Czech Republic, she has, since 2013, alongside her fiance, been helping international students to transition into life in Czech lands – welcoming them and helping them navigate through their first days around their new path – offering many times their own home and time teaching Brazilian language and culture at Masaryk University, that hosts most of the students they receive.

Most of all, Helen speaks to people from the heart and from her own experience – the multicultural home of her early days is now repeated, as she and Czech fiance raise their Czech-Brazilian one year old son speaking Czech, Brazilian Portuguese, English and Spanish languages – and throwing different cultural backgrounds in the mix.

From personal experience, she believes that education has the capacity of transforming lives - it has certainly changed hers.

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