Dispatches’ expat audience is an audience on the move: people who need life’s basics quickly including jobs, an apartment, health care options and schools. So Passport forums focus on housing, careers, travel, quality of life and other topics.
Why? Because there’s a talent war going on from The Valley to Cluj, Romania. Expanding industrialized economies need international talent because they can’t grow their own quickly enough, whether you’re talking about our headquarters country of the Netherlands, China or Dubai.
Our mission is to aggregate as much content as possible about career opportunities.
You can use Passport for anything, basically: finding a doc in your new city; pitching your Eindhoven startup to potential investors in Berlin; crowd-sourcing where to find the best Indian food in Europe; getting hotel recommendations for Stockholm, Sofia or the Côte d’Azur.
As we populate Passport with more content, we invite you to add to the mix.
Today, we’re looking at TechJobs’ new listings for open positions at Booking.com in Berlin. (Booking.com was a rare Dutch unicorn until acquired by Priceline.com, based in Norwalk, Conn., back in 2005.)
TechJobs runs a job board for companies within Techmeetups’ 21 global tech communities crossing 60,000-plus active members. Tech Job Fair has been setup to help companies find the talent they are looking for and for talent to find their way into the hottest companies around.
20th September (6-9pm) – Job Seekers Night (Admission is valid for Premium Jobseeker ticket )
21st September (6-9pm) – Tech Jobs Fair
Registration for this event is now open. Job postings for the event are here: www.techstartupjobs.com
Meanwhile, here are some interesting positions at Booking.com via TechJobs:
• Jobs at Booking.com
There are multiple open job positions in Berlin for people who speak English, German, Czech, Hebrew, Norwegian, Swedish, Dutch, Hungarian, Polish, Turkish and different departments e.g. IT, Business Development & Support, People, Account Management, Product etc.
Of course, most require candidates to be multilingual – English, and a second language.
Use the following links to find out more information regarding specific positions and skills categories. By the way, these positions get filled pretty quickly.
Customer Service Executive – German (part-time):
Customer Service Executive – German (Student Job):
Customer Service Executive – Dutch:
Customer Service Executive – Swedish:
Customer Service Executive – Hungarian:
IT, BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT & SUPPORT, PEOPLE, ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT, PRODUCT
Account Executive Connectivity – Berlin:
Account Manager Connectivity – Berlin:
Sr. Key Account Manager Business Travel – (Austria, Germany, Switzerland):
Account Manager – Berlin:
Key Account Manager Business Travel – Berlin:
Account Manager Business Travel TMCs – Germany:
Market Manager – Berlin:
Coordinator – Berlin (Temporary, Part-time):
Coordinator Czech Market – Berlin (Temporary, Part-time):
Area Manager Business Travel – DACH & East EU: