Thanks to the large support from the Düsseldorf community, we’ve had people like Malaika Neri (writer at internationalngojobs.com) giving us her top 3 tips to finding a job in Dusseldorf and Tali Lichtenfeld (experienced recruiter/career coach) sharing her tips to creating resumes and cover letters. This time, we’re giving you 10 of the top online platforms to find jobs in Dusseldorf.
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Stepstone.de is quite a large job search engine in Germany. There are both German-speaking and English speaking jobs here, and Stepstone may often be the first place companies post.
JobScout24 is part of a much larger chain which you might commonly recognize on the internet (including websites like Immobilien24, LoveScout24 and TravelScout24). This particular branch of Scout24 allows you to search for your favorite job. Just type ‘English’ into the job search and you’re good to go!
Joblift is a fairly easy site to navigate and at the moment offers almost 5,000 English speaking jobs in Düsseldorf. In the left-hand column, you can narrow your search down to specifics. You’ll notice a lot more English speaking job opportunities here that are different than other search engines.
Immigrant Spirit specializes in recruiting international talent. There are many job opportunities with international companies around Düsseldorf here.
Jobs in Dusseldorf couldn’t be titled any better. This website is geared towards English speaking professionals in Germany. You’ll be able to narrow your search to contract, permanent and temporary, and how many hours you would like to work.
Indeed is quite a universal platform for finding jobs. You’ll be sure to find a lot of job opportunities here.
XING is like the German version of LinkedIn. It’s a little difficult to navigate at first, but if you can build yourself a profile here, you’ll be sure to find a lot more contacts. You’ll likely have to use your own efforts to ask people if the job requires only English or if you need to know a bit of German as well.
glassdoor is widely known as that website that tells you on average how much employees make with certain employers. This is certainly a cool feature, but what many people might not realize is that glassdoor also offers a small selection of English speaking jobs in Germany.
XPAT Jobs offers exactly that… jobs for expats in Germany. While there isn’t as wide of a selection on this site compared to other larger websites, you’ll certainly find English opportunities and most will actually specify whether you require additional German language skills too.
LinkedIn might be more popularly used in North America, but there is a decent number of English speaking jobs around Düsseldorf that you’ll find here. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, try contacting a recruitment employee who is also on LinkedIn.
You’ll often find jobs popping up around Facebook as many recruiters find a high success rate in posting in expat groups. Check out a couple of these to start:
- English Jobs Düsseldorf Facebook Group
- Jobs in und um Düsseldorf Facebook Group
- Start Up Jobs in Düsseldorf Facebook Group
- Düsseldorfer Job Angebote Facebook Group
Don’t forget, if there are any other online platforms to find jobs in Dusseldorf that you’d like to add to the list, please leave your comments below.
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