This live online seminar from JOB POINT Berlin offers help and actionable insights for all non-German speaking job seekers.
Supply chains and inflation, gas shortages and the consequences of war: Despite all obstacles, the German labour market remained stable in July. In addition, the chances of getting a job are still high and the risk of becoming unemployed at an all-time low. However, the economic development in the coming months is associated with high uncertainties that could lead to disruptions in the labour market.
Although this situation is not easy, we at JOB POINT Berlin are nevertheless convinced that each job seeker has their own potential, their own challenges, and their own path to follow in order to be successful in the end.
So participating is the right thing for you to do, if you:
- are currently looking for a job in Berlin or want to apply in the near future
- want to develop yourself for a position that matches your potential and skill set
- lay the foundation and/or optimize for your application documents
- learn about tips and tricks for an effective job hunt in the Berlin metropolitan area
Our experienced hosts will cover all these issues and many more. There will also be the opportunity to address your individual matters directly.
Bonus: Participants of the online seminar „How to find a job in Berlin“ (27 September) are invited to join our exclusive Virtual Consultation Hour on Wednesday, 12 October at 4.30 pm for free and discuss their personal matters, challenges and success stories in a constructive and community minded setting.
Laura Rispens holds a degree in philosophy and rhetoric. Before she joined JOB POINT Berlin in 2019 she worked in HR and recruitment within some of the largest business consultancies in Germany. As job coach she offers personal career counselling and facilitates workshops on all things related to professional orientation and identity-based job application regularly. She is currently pursuing a training program at the BIF institute to become a certified systemic consultant. Laura is passionate about personal development and strongly believes that decent work is a key for self-actualisation.
Tobias Schmidtner studied economic anthropology and had a career in organizational development and HR for more than 12 years. Since 2016, he is helping jobseekers from all kinds of professional backgrounds and cultural origins to establish their professional life in Berlin. Having provided front-line support in thousands of consultations at the Welcome Centre of the Senate Administration of Berlin and his home-base JOB POINT Berlin, he has built a solid knowledge of what new arrivals and long-time residence job seekers need to be successful.
Do you have any questions up-front? Get in touch!
Job seekers with international background, new arrivals, jobseeker-visa holders.
We will meet via Zoom. We start at 2 pm, but you can enter the Zoom room 15 minutes earlier. Please note the separate data protection information.
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JOB POINT is a state-funded project. Your participation is – like all JOB POINT services – free of charge.