English speaking jobs in Germany: Start here!
English speaking jobs in Germany: START HERE!
Hello, my name is Chris Pyak. Since 2013 I guide international professionals to their next job in Germany. Over the years I have helped over 100 expats to start their new career in Germany.
This site is for you, if…
- you own a University degree
- the typical salary in your profession is above 50.000 EUR p.a.
- you speak fluent English (German is not required)
- you live anywhere in the world. (Half of my clients still live abroad when they find a job)
- you are able to analyze real world feedback, empathize and adapt to a changing environment.
This website offers you lots of tools to get you an English speaking job in Germany. Most of them are free:
(If you are not doing this, then don’t bother to apply to any job.)
Find (nearly) every English speaking jobs in Germany.
We scan (nearly) the complete German job market and filter out all English jobs in Germany. Simply use the job search in the menu above – or click on this link. You can also search for English jobs in other countries. (Note: Some countries are geo-blocked. We are sorry.)
Get 100 German employers that offer 3000 English speaking jobs in Germany
Download for free: 100 German companies that
hire in English. Together they offer 3.000 English jobs in Germany. That’s 5%
of all available job English job openings in Germany right now.
Here you go:
How much salary can you earn in Germany?
employers regularly ask for your salary expectation when you apply. Be too
expensive o worse: too cheap – and you are out. Get real world data on how much
people in your profession and with your years of experience earn in Germany. How much can you earn?
(The website is in German, but with the help of google translate you should be fine.)
The Perfect German CV
Let’s be clear: A flawless CV by German standards will not get you a job. It is simply the absolute minimum that is required. Don’t bother to apply for jobs without it. Here you find more information about the “perfect German CV” than you ever wanted. (I’m serious.)
YOUR UNFAIR ADVANTAGE
(Do these things to beat your competition, become the #1 candidate and get the job.)
Now it starts to get interesting. There are hundreds, even thousands of applicants for every English job in Germany. Let me share tools with you that get you a fair advantage. So that you will get noticed in a sea of international jobseekers.
The Perfect Cover Letter for Germany
The perfect cover letter is never about you. It’s about the employer. In this best practice example, I share a real cover letter from on of my coaching clients – and explain why it helped here to get her first job in Germany.
How To Win Jobs & Influence Germans
Why invent the wheel, if you can simply follow tested ways to get a job in Germany? My book “How To Win Jobs & Influence Germans” has been a bestseller on Amazon.de for a long time. Let me show you step by step how to navigate the German business culture to your first job in Germany.
Read “How To Win Jobs & Influence Germans”.
(Seriously, save yourself some time. It’s not worse to waste six months with “trial and error” when you can simply follow a successful script.)
Watch the Expats Career Webinar on youtube
Where do you find English speaking jobs in Germany? How do you convince a German employer to hire you in English and let you learn German “on the job”? With how many other people do you compete for a job and what is the one thing that will make you irresistible to any German employer. And while we talk about this: To whom should you send your job application? (Tip: It’s not HR.)
German employers tell you exactly what they want
belong into the phantasy isle of the book store. They seldom represent the real
challenges and goals of an employer. (As anyone knows who ever went to a job
interview.) I regularly interview German employers who hire in English. I
talk with the department heads about concrete jobs that they are offering. I
also ask them about the challenges that keep them up at night – and the most
important goals they try to achieve. If you know exactly what a manager wants
more than anything in the world – then you become the #1 choice for the job if
you offer them exactly what their heart desires. And since few other applicants
bother to do the same…
Listen to German employers pour out their heart to you.
Hired! Best practices of successful jobseekers in Germany
This will give you hope and practical advice as well. Many of my former coaching clients share their story. They explain what helped them to find their first job in Germany. I publish their experiences with permission. Get yourself a dose of hope and practical advice.
Expats Job Offer Miracle
Honestly, there is nothing magic about this. Even though the results could make you believe that Gandalf really walks in Mittelerde.
– own a University degree
– should earn 60.000 EUR p.a. or more
– but struggle to break into the German job market
The Expats Job Offer Magic is for you. Since 2013 I have guided over 100 international professionals to their first job in Germany. A job that they choose with a company of their liking. Book the Expats Job Offer Miracle!
Over the years many German newspaper and media outlets interviewed me. They usually ask for my take on “Fachkräftemangel” (Labour shortage). I use these opportunities to encourage German employers to hire in English and teach Geman on the job. Here are a few examples where I have been covered.