Employment Services Provided by Aliyah Organizations and Government Offices

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Nefesh B’Nefesh provides comprehensive employment services, including:

  • Providing you with information about the Israeli job market.
  • Assisting you in rewriting your resume, to meet the expectations of Israeli employers.
  • Giving you contacts in Israel in your field.
  • Offering consultations prior to your Aliyah, in North America, the UK and Israel.
  • Identifying job opportunities.
  • Providing job placement services.
  • Running career-oriented workshops, seminars and training programs.
  • Assisting with professional licensing.
  • Offering general career guidance.
  • Speaking with students who are planning on making Aliyah.

For additional information email employment@nbn.org.il.

In addition to the services that Nefesh B’Nefesh provides, the following Aliyah organizations and government offices also provide employment assistance for Olim:

  • Tzeirim B’Merkaz: Provides career counseling and employment direction for young adults in Israel (in Hebrew). For further information, click here.
  • Lishkat Taasuka (Employment Office): Provides information about job openings in your field. In Jerusalem contact: Lishkat Taasuka, 21 Rechov Yafo (opposite Safra Square), Jerusalem. Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, 8:30 – 11:30 AM and 12:30 – 2:30 PM. Monday, Wednesday, 8:30 AM – 13:30 PM . Phone: 02 501 3100 (Etti and Bilha speak English). See the following link for a full listing of Lishkat Taasuka locations throughout Israel.Note: Lishkat HaTaasuka maintains two different sections, one that assists individuals who have a post-high school academic degree (“Academa’im” in Hebrew), and one that assists everyone else. If you do have an academic degree, bring a copy of your diploma to your first meeting with Lishkat HaTaasuka.
  • Gvahim: The Gavahim project’s mission is to encourage a growing number of talented professionals to make Aliyah by assisting graduates from foreign universities with the job hunt. Gvahim charges a fee for some of their services. For more information see:
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