AW: Jobs in Germany

Subject: AW: Jobs in Germany
From: Shea Michael EXT <Michael -dot- Shea -dot- extern -at- icn -dot- siemens -dot- de>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 11 Mar 2002 10:04:36 +0100

PV,

{You missed a couple, Jan. Amateur! ;-)}

Aside from the obvious www.monster.com, you can get a number by opening Yahoo.de and searching for "job boerse". Better might be to try Stellenmarkt <http://de.dir.yahoo.com/handel_und_wirtschaft/beruf_und_karriere/stellenmarkt/>

You can also submit your resume to the Bundesanstalt für Arbeit at www.arbeitsamt.de. Look for the green card program.

The STC Trans-Alpine Chapter also maintains a job board. Most of these tend to be heavy in translation work, but there are some pure tech writing jobs.

Being able to read German would be a plus when negotiating these websites, but a good percentage of the positions are advertised in English.

Good luck!

-Michael

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