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The Riley Guide: International Job Resources

International Job Opportunities:
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CareerJet
...an international employment search engine. You can search by keywords and location or browse the jobs by industry or location. They also offer subsets of the mega database by country. Select the CareerJet Worldwide tab to view the list of countries and target your search a bit more effectively.
Agents24.com
...jobs for sales agents in Europe. I like that they note the home country of the employer on each listing. The site is primarily in English (with some exceptions), and you can easily submit your resume for consideration in any listing that interests you. The site is operated by Direct Hunt S.r.l. in Manduria, who also operates QuiVenditori.com for Italy.
EURopean Employment Services (EURES)
...a database of living and working conditions in all the member countries. Visitors also have access to all the European national employment services, an overview of labor conditions in each of the regions, and a helpful FAQ. At the time of review, there were over 8,000 jobs listed. This is a service of Europa, the European Union On-line.
Eurostaff Group
...supplying interim and permanent staff to over 400 companies in 19 countries across Europe. Their divisions cover Information Technology, Finance, Analytics, and Procurement. Visitors can search their database of current openings and submit a CV in response to any, but you are also welcome to register for job alerts and upload your CV or to merely send in your CV for consideration. They have numerous offices across Europe so you can easily connect with the one closest to you.
Experteer (Europe)
...executive career service for leading professionals across Europe and around the world. Based on your qualifications and career goals, it matches you to specific senior management jobs and provides confidential access to a pre-approved headhunter network. It scouts out the job market on your behalf. Visitors can review basic information on a few current listings before registering, but full job details and contact information is only presented to registered users (free). You are assured of confidentiality in your search at this site. They review all registrations to verify who they are, and while companies can register and post jobs, they are not allowed to search candidate profiles. That service is reserved for recruiting firms. They also review all posted jobs to verify the information is correct and still current. There are 2 levels of membership, Basic (free) and Premium (unknown fee). I would suggest you initially register for a Basic membership, and if it proves useful and helpful expand into the Premium. Experteer is international, with sites focused on several European countries and the US. The list is at the bottom of the front page.
MSC Headhunters
...one of Europe's leading executive search firms. While they do not have a list of current searches, you can review case studies of past placements. Their list of clients is impressive and does cover the continent and the UK. Qualified candidates may want to contact the firm regarding their credentials and the potential for submitting a CV for future consideration.
Totaljobs.com
...thousands of jobs in many fields mostly but not exclusively covering the British Isles. Search by job field, keyword, or location (regional, then UK, Europe, and "the rest of the world"). Site has excellent features, including a nice "CV Advice" section with samples. You can review general salary data (UK) for many jobs, and from here pull up relevant jobs in the database. Other nice areas on this site are the lists of Employers and Agencies which you can review by name (alphabetical) or industry sector. Free registration lets you create a mailing profile, registration of your CV is optional. Very nice!

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Austria

Experteer
...executive career service for leading professionals in Austria and around the world. Based on your qualifications and career goals, it matches you to specific senior management jobs and provides confidential access to a pre-approved headhunter network. It scouts out the job market on your behalf. Visitors can review basic information on a few current listings before registering, but full job details and contact information is only presented to registered users (free). You are assured of confidentiality in your search at this site. They review all registrations to verify who they are, and while companies can register and post jobs, they are not allowed to search candidate profiles. That service is reserved for recruiting firms. They also review all posted jobs to verify the information is correct and still current. There are 2 levels of membership, Basic (free) and Premium (unknown fee). I would suggest you initially register for a Basic membership, and if it proves useful and helpful expand into the Premium. Experteer is international, with sites focused on several European countries and the US. The list is at the bottom of the front page.
JobSafari Austria
...a job search engine for Austria. You can either select from the job categories and regions on the front page or execute a keyword search. When you select the job that interests you, you are taken to the originating organization's website to read the full announcement and apply. Operated by the folks at JobIndex in Denmark. This is part of the JobSafari International network, and you can access the the other sites from the bottom of the front page.
StepStone Austria
...one of the many national job sites offered by StepStone ASA, a pioneer of online recruiting based in Norway. Good site, easy to search, and filled with listings. You can access their other national sites at the bottom of the page. In German.
StudentJob
...a source for part-time and seasonal jobs, internships (work placements) and even "gap year" jobs. All visitors can search the listings and review the full announcements, but you will need to create an account (free) to submit applications. The many national StudentJob sites (UK, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Spain, and France) are operated by StudentJob, based in Amsterdam.

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Belgium

BrusselsJobs.com
...from the same folks who operate EuroBrussels.com, BrusselsJobs.com is for the international candidate living in Brussels but who might not speak the official languages of this country (Dutch and French).
Careerjet.be
an employment search engine for the Belgium. It allows you to search a growing selection of jobs listed on company sites as well as jobsites in one go saving you the trouble of having to go to each site individually. One of many CareerJet sites targeting various international locations.
Experteer
...executive career service for leading professionals in Belgium and around the world. Based on your qualifications and career goals, it matches you to specific senior management jobs and provides confidential access to a pre-approved headhunter network. It scouts out the job market on your behalf. Visitors can review basic information on a few current listings before registering, but full job details and contact information is only presented to registered users (free). You are assured of confidentiality in your search at this site. They review all registrations to verify who they are, and while companies can register and post jobs, they are not allowed to search candidate profiles. That service is reserved for recruiting firms. They also review all posted jobs to verify the information is correct and still current. There are 2 levels of membership, Basic (free) and Premium (unknown fee). I would suggest you initially register for a Basic membership, and if it proves useful and helpful expand into the Premium. Experteer is international, with sites focused on several European countries and the US. The list is at the bottom of the front page.
ITJobBoard.be
...IT jobs in Belgium. Lots of them with some of the larger companies represented in this country as well as smaller firms. You can review the general information in French, Dutch, or English, but the job listings are only in the language of the original poster. For those of us who do not read Dutch, the button to change the language is in the top right of the screen ("Taal"). The other button up there (Andere...) will pull down a list of other IT job sites operated by this company.
JobiJoba.be
Job search engine for Belgium. This company also operates JobiJoba search engines for France, Spain, the US, and the UK. They would like you to register (free), which would allow you to set up job alerts, save searches, and upload a resume/CV, but I don't see any reason to upload the resume.
JobsinBrussels.com
...none of the jobs listed here requires any language other than English. One of the several European sites from JobsinHub, a central site for English speaking job opportunities in Europe. "Currently we feature jobs in Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, Rome and Stockholm with Paris and Geneva soon to come."
Only Sales Job
Sales and marketing jobs in (or very near) Belgium. The site is viewable in English, French, and Dutch, but remember that the job announcements will only be in the language of the person/organization who posted them. You can easily search and review the jobs, and you do not need to register to apply for positions listed here. Only Sales Job is based in Belgium -- phone number is on the Contact page, business address is on the Privacy notice.
Prospective Management Overseas
...a Belgian Company established in Brussels and exercising Consultancy activities exclusively on Overseas Projects (outside E.U.). P.M.O. also offers services for the selection, recruitment and the management of Overseas Personnel, from technicians to engineers to administrators. Information is available in French and Nederlandse also.
StartPeople
...recruiting for temporary technical and engineering personnel in Belgium. Information on who they are and how to contact them is in French and Nederlands. A member of USG People.
StepStone Belgium
...one of the many national job sites offered by StepStone ASA, a pioneer of online recruiting based in Norway. Available in Nederlands, French, English, or German
StudentJob
...a source for part-time and season jobs, internships (work placements) and even "gap year" jobs. All visitors can search the listings and review the full announcements, but you will need to create an account (free) to submit applications. The many national StudentJob sites (UK, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Spain, and France) are operated by StudentJob, based in Amsterdam.

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France

l'Intelli'agence Job listings and support for young doctors, engineers, social scientists, and scientists in France. They have a CV database with which you can register and suggestions for theses along with corporate partners. Lots of great info to read over, and a very supportive group!
Experteer
...executive career service for leading professionals in France. and around the world. Based on your qualifications and career goals, it matches you to specific senior management jobs and provides confidential access to a pre-approved headhunter network. It scouts out the job market on your behalf. Visitors can review basic information on a few current listings before registering, but full job details and contact information is only presented to registered users (free). You are assured of confidentiality in your search at this site. They review all registrations to verify who they are, and while companies can register and post jobs, they are not allowed to search candidate profiles. That service is reserved for recruiting firms. They also review all posted jobs to verify the information is correct and still current. There are 2 levels of membership, Basic (free) and Premium (unknown fee). I would suggest you initially register for a Basic membership, and if it proves useful and helpful expand into the Premium. Experteer is international, with sites focused on several European countries and the US. The list is at the bottom of the front page.
FDAssociates
... recruiters for high-tech and other fields.
JobiJoba.com
Job search engine for France operating since 2007. This company also operates JobiJoba search engines for Belgium, Spain, and the UK. They would like you to register (free), which would allow you to set up job alerts, save searches, and upload a resume/CV, but I don't see any reason to upload the resume.
JobSafari France
...a job search engine for this country. You can either select from the job categories and regions on the front page or execute a keyword search. When you select the job that interests you, you are taken to the originating organization's website to read the full announcement and apply. Operated by the folks at JobIndex in Denmark. This is part of the JobSafari International network, and you can access the the other sites from the bottom of the front page.
JobsInParis
... job listings for speakers of English. Be aware that some of the jobs may require additional language skills. One of the several sites from JobsinHub, a central site for English speaking job opportunities in Europe.
Le Monde
...The French newspaper with all the news that’s fit to print, and the employment announcements too.
Njobs France
...career site indexer specializing in gathering listings for France. You can search by keyword and location or browse the listings by location or occupation. They also operate career search engines for other European countries.
Qual.fr
.. a French employment website focusing on professional recruitment."Designed and developed by Integrated Business Systems of Geneva, Switzerland (creators of Qual.ch), the website provides a rapid, feature-rich platform for recruiters to identify elite candidate profiles and for highly qualified candidates to find premium opportunities corresponding to their abilities and experience." These are very good opportunities based in France. The website is available in French and English, but the job announcements are presented in the language in which they were submitted, so you must read French in order to review many of them. You can preview current listings (search by industry sector, geographic region, or keyword). You are encouraged to register and eventually post your CV.
StepStone France
...one of the many national job sites offered by StepStone ASA, a pioneer of online recruiting based in Norway. En Français
StudentJob
...a source for part-time and season jobs, internships (work placements) and even "gap year" jobs. All visitors can search the listings and review the full announcements, but you will need to create an account (free) to submit applications. The many national StudentJob sites (UK, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Spain, and France) are operated by StudentJob, based in Amsterdam.

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Germany

Breitbach & Partner
...brief description of opportunities for Germany, in German.
Cesar.de
... a "meta job exchange" that offers central access to the results of more than 25 German job exchanges. Users can register online for free to receive relevant job offers of the last seven days per e-mail.
easy4more
...job postings and employer listings for the German State "North Rhine-Westphalia". I am relying a bit on the original description sent to me by the website manager because my knowledge of German is limited to musical terms, but even I was able to find listings of local companies as well as numerous job listings.
Experteer
...executive career service for leading professionals in France. and around the world. Based on your qualifications and career goals, it matches you to specific senior management jobs and provides confidential access to a pre-approved headhunter network. It scouts out the job market on your behalf. Visitors can review basic information on a few current listings before registering, but full job details and contact information is only presented to registered users (free). You are assured of confidentiality in your search at this site. They review all registrations to verify who they are, and while companies can register and post jobs, they are not allowed to search candidate profiles. That service is reserved for recruiting firms. They also review all posted jobs to verify the information is correct and still current. There are 2 levels of membership, Basic (free) and Premium (unknown fee). I would suggest you initially register for a Basic membership, and if it proves useful and helpful expand into the Premium. Experteer is international, with sites focused on several European countries and the US. The list is at the bottom of the front page.
Germany-USA Career Center
"The Germany-USA Career Center, the leading recruiting source for U.S.-German and German-American markets, provides employment, career and search services for companies in the US and in Germany.[...] Das Germany-USA Career Center, der führende Stellenmarkt für die deutsch-amerikanische Wirtschaft, offeriert Personaldienstleistungen und Personalvermittlung für den Handel zwischen Deutschland und den USA." This recruiting firm offers jobs posted by American companies active in Germany and German companies doing business in the US as well as bilingual German/English postings. Job seekers are welcome to review current job listings, upload and store a resume here, and review many articles all for free. You don't even need to create an account to apply for the jobs found here. Creating an account and storing your resume are free, but some services they offer such as resume revision to match German standards will cost you a fee.
ICjobs
This review of the site has been provided by a user since I do not read German. "This is a very easy to use website for a job search in Germany. You can search by city only, specific job only, or a combination of the two. If you search by specific job it will only return exact matches to what you search for but it will offer possible options if no match is found. This is what happened for my search. You can also search by jobs by company, either the company name or website if you know that. I liked this jobs board because it is easy to use. I lived and worked in Germany for six years in the late 1980's to early 1990's for German companies and am considering returning if I can find the right job."
JobiJoba.de
Job search engine for Germany operating since 2007. This company also operates JobiJoba search engines for Belgium, Spain, and the UK. They would like you to register (free), which would allow you to set up job alerts, save searches, and upload a resume/CV, but I don't see any reason to upload the resume.
JobisJob.de
...job search indexer for Germany. You can search by your own choice of keywords and/or location or select a Top Job Search from the list at the bottom of the page. This site is operated by Grupo Intercom. (In German)
JobKralle.de
...a meta-search-engine for job advertisements in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Select the appropriate national flag above the Location bar ("Wo") to specify listings for that country. As is the practice with such services, you will be taken back to the original posting source to read the full listing and submit your application.
Jobmensa
...opportunities and internships for students in Germany. The site is operated by Study Temps GmbH in Köln. You can easily search for and view the listings, but you will need to register for a free account in order to apply for the positions listed here. I saw some terrific internship/volunteer opportunities with groups like World Vision. Please read the Privacy Policy -- there is a spot in the registration form for you to upload a photo, but this is not required by the site.
JobSafari Germany
...a job search engine for Germany. You can either select from the job categories and regions on the front page or execute a keyword search. When you select the job that interests you, you are taken to the originating organization's website to read the full announcement and apply. Operated by the folks at JobIndex in Denmark. This is part of the JobSafari International network, and you can access the the other sites from the bottom of the front page.
Jobs in Berlin || Jobs in Frankfurt || Jobs in Hamburg || Jobs in Munich
... job listings for speakers of English in or near these cities. Be aware that some of the jobs may require additional language skills. These are just a few of the several sites from JobsinHub, a central site for English speaking job opportunities in Europe.
KäuferPortal
This is actually a "buyer portal", a place for services and resources to be listed and for potential buyers to post what they need and receive bids and offers. It also includes a free job portal of sorts where students and recent grads can post their qualifications and the sort of job they seek and (hopefully) hear from employers looking for talent like theirs. It's all free. Looks interesting. Disclaimer -- I used Google Translate to view this, so if what I'm saying isn't what you are seeing, please let me know.
Kimeta
...a job search engine for Germany scanning multiple sites and sources to index thousands of listings of jobs across all fields and levels of employment. Free to all users.
LegalCareers.de
(Working with Google Translate), this appears to be a career portal for legal professionals in all aspects of this profession (include administrative and paraprofessionals) at all levels of expertise who are fluent in German. (I say this because the entire site is in this language.) All visitors can search for job openings and review full contact information for applying. Registered users (free) can store up to 5 CVs, and create search agents to alert them when new postings matching their criteria are posted. The site also lists events, hosts career tips, and more. At the time of review they hoped to cover most of Europe, but we only saw jobs in Germany, but they were very good jobs.
Medi-Jobs
...job site for medical/healthcare opportunities in Germany. You can browse by position or region, or search by keyword and location. Looks very good and had several good job listings at the time of review. There are some international listings here too for persons interested in opportunities in Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, and England. They also list Denmark and Norway, but at the time of review these countries had no listings.
myScience.de
"myScience gives an overview of science, research, universities, R&D companies and research centers in the world. myScience provides practical information on employment, funding and daily life as well as scientific news, the science job portal jobs.myScience. myScience is intended for researchers, scientists, academics, and everyone interested in science." But it also lists jobs for support personnel and even government jobs that require strong academic skills. Really wonderful academic and scientific resource. This regional portal is customized as to language and news, and the regional job and career areas include specific employment and career advice along with the job listings. More portals can be found at the bottom of the page. Terrific!
Njobs Germany
...career site indexer specializing in gathering listings for Germany. You can search by keyword and location or browse the listings by location or occupation. They also operate career search engines for other European countries.
Opportuno
Because my knowledge of German is limited to musical terminology, I will quote from the email sent to me by the site's operators: "Opportuno is a German job search engine targeted at graduates and highly qualified personnel in business and science. It collects all job offers from a selected list of about 1,500 company websites in Germany. The list includes blue chips and many high-quality employers from different industry sectors. Opportuno also collects jobs from more than 200 universities and scientific institutes, creating one of the largest databases for science jobs in Germany. The index is refreshed daily. The service is free of charge." I did as much looking around as I could, and I recognized many employers as well known international companies. Many of them also list job titles in English as well as German, although I did not find any job descriptions in English. It looks like a very good site offering quality listings for the audience they are targeting.
StepStone Germany
...one of the many national job sites offered by StepStone ASA, a pioneer of online recruiting based in Norway. In German
StudentJob
...a source for part-time and season jobs, internships (work placements) and even "gap year" jobs. All visitors can search the listings and review the full announcements, but you will need to create an account (free) to submit applications. The many national StudentJob sites (UK, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Spain, and France) are operated by StudentJob, based in Amsterdam.
Zig-Jobs
...a career search engine specializing in opportunities and openings in Germany. It is very easy to use and does not require you to register or post a CV, but please note that I don't see any dates as to when these jobs were sourced from their original location, and I was running into "job expired" notices. Other than that it looks fine. Zig-Jobs is operated by AnySearch Limited, headquartered in Birmingham, UK, with a regional office in Munich.

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Italy

CESOP, the Service Centre for Career Counselling
CESOP's primary objective is to help employers find the best employees coming out of Italy's universities. Their web site, available in both English and Italian, includes career information resources, career fair listings, employer links, information on working abroad (Europe, Eastern Europe, and the Rest of the World), and much more. Persons seeking employment in Italy, both EU and non-EU citizens, will find this a valuable resource.
Experteer
...executive career service for leading professionals in Italy and around the world. Based on your qualifications and career goals, it matches you to specific senior management jobs and provides confidential access to a pre-approved headhunter network. It scouts out the job market on your behalf. Visitors can review basic information on a few current listings before registering, but full job details and contact information is only presented to registered users (free). You are assured of confidentiality in your search at this site. They review all registrations to verify who they are, and while companies can register and post jobs, they are not allowed to search candidate profiles. That service is reserved for recruiting firms. They also review all posted jobs to verify the information is correct and still current. There are 2 levels of membership, Basic (free) and Premium (unknown fee). I would suggest you initially register for a Basic membership, and if it proves useful and helpful expand into the Premium. Experteer is international, with sites focused on several European countries and the US. The list is at the bottom of the front page.
JobsinRome.com
...none of the jobs listed here requires any language other than English. One of the several European sites from JobsinHub, a central site for English speaking job opportunities in Europe.
JobsinMilan.com
...jobs for English-speaking professionals in Milan as well as the rest of Italy. You can easily browse jobs by category (select from the left menu) or search using keywords. To review the actual job announcement you are taken to the employer's website. You can search and review jobs without registering but you may need to create an account and/or store a profile in the employer's website in order to apply for the job. It depends on the employer. The site provides resources for jobseekers on working in Italy. Part of the part of the JobsinHubs family.
Njobs Italy
...career site indexer specializing in gathering listings for Italy. You can search by keyword and location or browse the listings by location or occupation. They also operate career search engines for other European countries.
QuiVenditori.com
...job search site for sales agents in Italy. From what I can see using Google Translate, it appears to be pretty good. I could see the jobs without needing to register, including contact information for applying. You can create a free account in order to receive updates, but I do not see anything about uploading your CV at the same time. The site is operated by Direct Hunt S.r.l. in Manduria.
StepStone Italy
...one of the many national job sites offered by StepStone ASA, a pioneer of online recruiting based in Norway. In Italian.

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Luxemburg

StepStone Luxemburg
...one of the many national job sites offered by StepStone ASA, a pioneer of online recruiting based in Norway. In French, English, or German

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Netherlands

8baan Uitzendbureau
...Amsterdam-based recruiter with many openings for people with college degrees. They also have a section with job search and career tips (I'm guessing by words I'm seeing like "CV" and "recruiter"). Nice looking jobs.
CrossBorder Talent
This recruitment agency specializes in the international search and selection of qualified multilingual staff, and they work closely with international companies based in The Netherlands. In addition to the jobs on their site, they provide a tremendous amount of information for professionals considering relocating to to this country to start or even continue their careers. Candidates who are interested in opportunities and meet the multilingual criteria they seek are welcome to register and submit a CV.
Job2Have
...a source for job announcements in the Netherlands. They have part-time and full-time listings, internships and trainee opportunities, and a section with solicitations for "more experienced" candidates (65+). At some point you may need to register (free) but you can do a lot of looking around before you decide to do this.
Locanto.nl Vacatures
A free job board with listings for this country. Locanto is an international source for classified ads with terrific offerings for numerous countries (click on "Locanto" at the top to get to the front page, then scroll down to see the full list). Locanto is a service of Yalwa GmbH in Wiesbaden.
Njobs Netherlands
...career site indexer specializing in gathering listings for this country. You can search by keyword and location or browse the listings by location or occupation. They also operate career search engines for other European countries.
Startersbanen.nl
...job vacancy website especially for new graduates (aka "starters"). Operated by Melon Media in Rotterdam, you can easily search the site using keywords or browse their full list. They allow you to create a free account and store a CV here, which does make applying for jobs easier, but all the listing I looked at included contact information for the hiring organization, so if you are not comfortable posting your CV you might still be fine. What I saw was quite good.
Vacatures Administratieve
....my knowledge of Dutch is nonexistent, but using Yahoo! Babelfish I can confirm (to some extent) what I believed to be correct. This site hosts listings for administrative personnel in the Netherlands. It does not appear to require you to create an account in order to use the site, but I will assume that creating an account will give you some advantages, like saving searches and the like. (I did not test this.) The listings I looked at showed contact data for the hiring organization. While there is no public contact information on the site, the domain registration is public. If a knowledgeable user of this site finds problems that I am not seeing, please let me know.
Careerjet.nl
...employment search engine for the Netherlands. It allows you to search jobs listed on company sites as well as other online jobsites. One of many national sites available (check the Careerjet wereldwijd tab).
Careers in Holland
"English and multilingual jobs in Holland and cross border." These are listings for various openings that require multi-lingual persons who speak English plus another language (often specified, but not always). At the time of review, I saw many listings for Holland and Sofia, Bulgaria, which language requests including Dutch, Danish, and Swedish. Careersinholland.com is a service of Careersinsite BV and is operated by Niels Jordens. "Please be aware that we can only help you if you're a national of one of the EU/EER-countries, or otherwise not in need of a work permit." He does include information on the work environment in Holland, taxes, work regulations, etc., and links to information on obtaining a work permit.
Experteer
...executive career service for leading professionals in the Netherlands and around the world. Based on your qualifications and career goals, it matches you to specific senior management jobs and provides confidential access to a pre-approved headhunter network. It scouts out the job market on your behalf. Visitors can review basic information on a few current listings before registering, but full job details and contact information is only presented to registered users (free). You are assured of confidentiality in your search at this site. They review all registrations to verify who they are, and while companies can register and post jobs, they are not allowed to search candidate profiles. That service is reserved for recruiting firms. They also review all posted jobs to verify the information is correct and still current. There are 2 levels of membership, Basic (free) and Premium (unknown fee). I would suggest you initially register for a Basic membership, and if it proves useful and helpful expand into the Premium. Experteer is international, with sites focused on several European countries and the US. The list is at the bottom of the front page.
JobsinAmsterdam.com
...the important feature is none of the jobs listed here requires any language other than English. One of the several European sites from JobsinHub, a central site for English speaking job opportunities in Europe. "Currently we feature jobs in Amsterdam, Brussels, Copenhagen, Rome and Stockholm with Paris and Geneva soon to come."
JobSafari Nederlands
...a job search engine for this country. You can either select from the job categories and regions on the front page or execute a keyword search. When you select the job that interests you, you are taken to the originating organization's website to read the full announcement and apply. Operated by the folks at JobIndex in Denmark. This is part of the JobSafari International network, and you can access the the other sites from the bottom of the front page.
StepStone Nederlands
...one of the many national job sites offered by StepStone ASA, a pioneer of online recruiting based in Norway. In Nederlands
StudentJob
...a source for part-time and season jobs, internships (work placements) and even "gap year" jobs. All visitors can search the listings and review the full announcements, but you will need to create an account (free) to submit applications. The many national StudentJob sites (UK, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Spain, and France) are operated by StudentJob, based in Amsterdam.
www.laboratorium.nl, the Nederlandse Laboratorium Site.
...this site is "for employees of the Dutch biomedical and chemical laboratories. The aim of the website is to obtain and/or to exchange information on all kind of subjects concerning laboratories and their employees." It is divided into Biologisch/Medisch (Biological/Medical), Chemisch (Chemical) and De analist (The Technician). Users will find industry news, information on associations and employers, and even job opening/job wanted postings. There is an explanation page in English, but the rest of the site is in Nederlandse.

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Portugal

Bolsa de Emprego Pu'blico
This appears to be a government service listing jobs available with the various government authorities throughout this country. They may be local governments or teaching positions, but using Google translate it seems they are all some form of government job. Again, anyone with more information is welcome to please contact me. They do have a page of links to additional job search resources for this country and Europe, which you can access under "Ajuda" in the top menu.
Ofertas-emprego
I am only listing this site due to its unique coverage -- namely jobs in Portugal. You can view all of the current jobs (most recent are listed first), or opt for the Full Time, Part Time, or Freelance listings. You can also list all of the employment centers for the country, so a resident can easily find the service closest to his or her home. The site does not include contact information and the domain name registration is "private" so I cannot find who actually operates this service. (The server is in Lisbon.) However, I have very little for this country and it does not appear to require you to register in order to search for jobs and submit applications. If you have more information on or experience with this site, please let me know.

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Spain

SEPE: Servicio Público de Empleo Estatal
The Public Employment Service of Spain, part of the Ministerio de Trabajo a inmigración (Work and Immigration) of Spain. The site is available in Catalan, Spanish, Basque, and Galician. There is information for the self-employers, presentations on a number of topics, and information on jobs and employers. I believe they have taken down the RedTrabaj@ website and now direct you here for employment information and assistance.
Junta de Andalucía
Official government website for Andalucia, one of the 18 autonomous communities that make up the country of Spain. Located in the southern part of the country with Seville at its capital, this was the home of such great painters as Diego Velázquez and Pablo Picasso. Visitors to this site will find information on Public Employment (Empleo Público), also known as government and public service jobs, and Employment and Training (Empleo y Formación) right on the front page. Both have extensive information available along with links to the departmental websites, the Instituto Andaluz de Administración Pública and the Consejería de Empleo.
Experteer
...executive career service for leading professionals in Spain and around the world. Based on your qualifications and career goals, it matches you to specific senior management jobs and provides confidential access to a pre-approved headhunter network. It scouts out the job market on your behalf. Visitors can review basic information on a few current listings before registering, but full job details and contact information is only presented to registered users (free). You are assured of confidentiality in your search at this site. They review all registrations to verify who they are, and while companies can register and post jobs, they are not allowed to search candidate profiles. That service is reserved for recruiting firms. They also review all posted jobs to verify the information is correct and still current. There are 2 levels of membership, Basic (free) and Premium (unknown fee). I would suggest you initially register for a Basic membership, and if it proves useful and helpful expand into the Premium. Experteer is international, with sites focused on several European countries and the US. The list is at the bottom of the front page.
JobiJoba.es
Job search engine for Spain. This company also operates JobiJoba search engines for France, Belgium, and the UK. They would like you to register (free), which would allow you to set up job alerts, save searches, and upload a resume/CV, but I don't see any reason to upload the resume.
JobSafari Spain
...a job search engine for this country. You can either select from the job categories and regions on the front page or execute a keyword search. When you select the job that interests you, you are taken to the originating organization's website to read the full announcement and apply. Operated by the folks at JobIndex in Denmark. This is part of the JobSafari International network, and you can access the the other sites from the bottom of the front page.
Jobs in Barcelona
Jobs in Madrid
... job listings for speakers of English. Be aware that some of the jobs may require additional language skills. These are just two of the several sites from JobsinHub, a central site for English speaking job opportunities in Europe.
Njobs Spain
...career site indexer specializing in gathering listings for Spain. You can search by keyword and location or browse the listings by location or occupation. They also operate career search engines for other European countries.
StudentJob
...a source for part-time and season jobs, internships (work placements) and even "gap year" jobs. All visitors can search the listings and review the full announcements, but you will need to create an account (free) to submit applications. The many national StudentJob sites (UK, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands, Spain, and France) are operated by StudentJob, based in Amsterdam.
Trabajos.com
...job listings in Spain. You can search by region and/or profession, and post a resume. The entire site is in Spanish.

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Switzerland

Academic Job Exchange Board (formerly Telejob)
... the electronic job exchange board for the Association of Assistants and Doctoral Students of the institutes of Zurich (AVETH) and Lausanne (ACIDE). Use the quick search or click on Job Offers to browse the positions available. Register to have job announcements sent to you electronically. Still offered in five languages.
Experteer (Ger) or Experteer (Fre)
...executive career service for leading professionals in Switzerland and around the world. Based on your qualifications and career goals, it matches you to specific senior management jobs and provides confidential access to a pre-approved headhunter network. It scouts out the job market on your behalf. Visitors can review basic information on a few current listings before registering, but full job details and contact information is only presented to registered users (free). You are assured of confidentiality in your search at this site. They review all registrations to verify who they are, and while companies can register and post jobs, they are not allowed to search candidate profiles. That service is reserved for recruiting firms. They also review all posted jobs to verify the information is correct and still current. There are 2 levels of membership, Basic (free) and Premium (unknown fee). I would suggest you initially register for a Basic membership, and if it proves useful and helpful expand into the Premium. Experteer is international, with sites focused on several European countries and the US. The list is at the bottom of the front page.
JobEngine.ch
Search by industry or browse by employer. At the time of review, we found just under two hundred job leads. This site is mostly in German.
JobSafari Switzerland
...a job search engine for Switzerland. You can either select from the job categories and regions on the front page or execute a keyword search. When you select the job that interests you, you are taken to the originating organization's website to read the full announcement and apply. Operated by the folks at JobIndex in Denmark. This is part of the JobSafari International network, and you can access the the other sites from the bottom of the front page.
JobScout24
Jobs in Switzerland, searchable by job family, region, or city. It appears you do not need to be registered in order to apply for positions listed here, but if you register (free) you can set up job alerts, etc. They also offer a free app for your iPhone. The site can be viewed in German, Italian, or French. Looks very good.
JobsinZurich.com
...jobs for English-speaking professionals in Zurich as well as the rest of Switzerland, so there is some overlap with JobsinGeneva.com, below. You can easily browse jobs by category (select from the left menu) or search using keywords. To review the actual job announcement you are taken to the employer's website. You can search and review jobs without registering but you may need to create an account and/or store a profile in the employer's website in order to apply for the job. It depends on the employer. The site provides resources for jobseekers on working in Switzerland. Part of the part of the JobsinHubs family.
JobsinGeneva.com
...jobs for English-speaking professionals in Geneva as well as the rest of Switzerland, so there is some overlap with JobsinZurich.com, above. You can easily browse jobs by category (select from the left menu) or search using keywords. To review the actual job announcement you are taken to the employer's website. You can search and review jobs without registering but you may need to create an account and/or store a profile in the employer's website in order to apply for the job. It depends on the employer. The site provides resources for jobseekers on working in Switzerland. Part of the part of the JobsinHubs family.
myScience.ch
"myScience gives an overview of science, research, universities, R&D companies and research centers in the world. myScience provides practical information on employment, funding and daily life as well as scientific news, the science job portal jobs.myScience. myScience is intended for researchers, scientists, academics, and everyone interested in science." But it also lists jobs for support personnel and even government jobs that require strong academic skills. Really wonderful academic and scientific resource. This regional portal is customized as to language and news, and the regional job and career areas include specific employment and career advice along with the job listings. More portals can be found at the bottom of the page. Terrific!
Qual.ch
Established by Integrated Business Systems of Geneva, this site offers terrific professional job opportunities across Switzerland as well as a few other European locations. "International companies based in Switzerland or in the process of setting up offices in Switzerland come to Qual to find the qualified personnel they need." The employers listed here at the time of review included some of the major international financial, scientific, and technological companies. You do not need to be a registered user to view the current job listings, but registering will put your credentials in front of these premiere employers. You will also be eligible for the "extended registration", the opportunity to describe yourself in terms beyond just your CV, as well as their referral rewards program. The site is available in English, French, Italian, and German. Please note: when you register, you will need to indicate your Permit Type, i.e., your work permit. Non-EU / Non-Swiss citizens who do not already hold a work permit should indicate "international".

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