JobSpin.cz Multilingual Job Fair Brno
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BRNO, get ready! JobSpin.cz Multilingual Job Fair Powered by Daily Monitor is coming. Registration below.
Date and Time: September 30, 2017 from 10 AM to 4:30 PM
Venue: Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University, Joštova 10, Brno 60200
This is the most exciting international career networking event in the town and a "must-attend" for expatriate job seekers. The biggest employers in Brno and other Czech cities will be at the job fair wanting to hire new multilingual talents.
At the fair, you will have a chance to meet representatives from companies currently seeking new employees with outstanding language skills and international background.
Why Should You Come?
- Meet in person your potential managers and coworkers.
- Give your resume in the hands of people who WILL read it.
- Ask the questions and get a good feel on the work you will be doing.
You can expect presentations for job-seekers, assistance for foreigners from expat centers, and professional consultations regarding CV writing and interview preparation.
And, as we always do, the job fair is FREE to attend for all expatriate job seekers!
Do You Need to Speak Czech?
Almost everyone who wants to relocate and find a job in the Czech Republic asks us about the Czech language – so, is it necessary to learn it or not? Our answer is no! The official language of the job fair is English. The companies seek people who speak English or English and other language – most often French, German, Dutch, Spanish, Russian, Italian, or Nordic languages. As you can see, Czech language is not in this list.
SPECIAL TIP: Bring at least five printed copies of your CV!
The entry is guaranteed and free of charge for those who register for the event (find the register form below). Registered users will receive a ticket and complete program in a special E-mail.
The entry is guaranteed and free of charge for those who register for the event. Find the registration form below!
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