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Careers International are assisting Umicore, a global materials technology and recycling group, to hire talented engineers to join their production plants in China (Jiangmen) and South Korea (Cheanan).

Don’t miss their Live Event on 5 July 2017 with the opportunity to interact directly with Frank Streignart – Vice President Operations RBM, Claire Chen – HR Director Asia, Jun Dong Lu – General Manager RBM China and Jung-Seok Jee – General Manager RBM Korea to learn more about the opportunities they offer.

GO TO THE WEBSITE AND APPLY! Or send your CV by email to lalberghini@careersinternational.com.

Best regards, The Careers International Team

International Language Recruitment Fair

Bilingual People International Language Recruitment Fair
Friday 23 June 2017
10:00am-4:00pm
Location: Park Inn by Radisson Berlin Alexanderplatz, 10178, Berlin, Germany
Register: bilingualpeople.de/candidate/register/

Are you Bilingual / Multilingual and looking for your ‘Dream Job’ in Berlin or across Europe?

Whether you are looking for an opportunity to start an international career, to immerse in a new culture, or are just looking to use your language skills in your next position, the event offers bilingual and multilingual professionals access to available positions from international companies and recruitment agencies based in Berlin, throughout Germany, and across Europe

Why should you attend the event?

  • Meet Local and International companies that are recruiting
  • Apply and discuss opportunities for a range of positions across industry including Sales, Customer Service, IT, Tech Support, Accountancy/Finance, Gaming/ Betting and many more
  • You will be able to meet employers as well as Recruitment Agencies face-to-face and discuss a range of employment opportunities., saving you time and energy when looking for your new job!
  • Bring your CV – this will be requested by most recruiters if you are interested in applying for active jobs

If you speak two or more languages (especially if you are fluent in: German, Dutch, French, Danish, Norwegian or Swedish) the event is a great way to showcase your language skills, and get that new job!

We look forward to seeing you at the event!  Bilingual People

How to succeed in the global workplace

About to start work or an early career professional? Then you may have some flags_buttonquestions… this course – with employer videos, articles, discussions, quizzes and tips – aims to guide you through the first few weeks and months so that you can make a positive start to your career!

Online from 8 May 2017 at www.futurelearn.com/courses/global-workplace – just three hours a week over four weeks.

Teach English in Japan?

JETThe Japan Exchange and Teaching – JET – Programme, an official Japanese Government scheme, sends graduates to Japan in order to promote international understanding at grass-roots level and to improve foreign language teaching in schools.

Essentially the Jet Programme recruits Assistant Language Teachers to work in a Japanese Secondary School or local Board of Education.  Typically you would:

  • Spend 15-20 hours a week team-teaching or helping with classes taught by Japanese Teachers of English (JTEs)
  • Assist in the preparation of teaching materials
  • Take part in school extra-curricular activities
  • Promote communicative language-learning in the classroom

You can find out about the opportunity at www.jet-uk.org.  You will need to apply by 6:00pm on the final Friday in November.