Looking for a job abroad?  Do you only speak Spanish?  Israel, an option

Looking for a job abroad? Do you only speak Spanish? Israel, an option

If you’re considering seeking a job abroad, but are being held back by a language barrier, Israel could be your choicesince several technology companies have opened vacancies with a specific requirement: that the applicant speaks Spanish.

(See: Claro opens 200 vacancies for commercial advisors).

Job advertisements are available through an application called ‘JobMaster’, in which users can identify the offers that fit their profile, Upload your resume and connect with foreign companies.

You will need a little help from the translator because most announcements are in Hebrew or English.

You can find offers such as:

Telephone assistants whose mother tongue is Spanish.
– In charge of the Spanish-speaking sales sector.
– Accountant with experience in Startups.

Some offers do require advanced English proficiency (B2 or C1).

To consult them, you must create a profile on the website of JobMaster or once the application is downloaded on the mobile device.

(You may be interested: Enel took vacancies for people without experience).

The Colombians can enter Israel without a visa, but in this way they can stay in the country only for a period of 90 days. If you plan to stay for more than three months, you must apply for a visa that allows you to work for longer.

(Read: This is what a working day looks like for the world’s ‘oldest employee’).

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