Last updated July 17th 2016

Finding a job is hard enough and finding a job suited for internationals in Israel is even harder. Here’s our list of our 12 favourite employers for Internationals in Israel, so you don’t have to look for a job any longer.

All of these companies will be exhibiting at this week’s Secret Tel Aviv Jobs Fair (part of our Summer Festival) – and they have a combined 54 jobs currently available! Register for the Jobs Fair here and/or apply for jobs you like directly. 


Jabotinsky 2, Ramat Gan

One of the heavyweights in the Israeli B2B hi-tech world, Clicktale lists many Fortune 500 companies as customers, such as Walmart, MetLife and The Northface. Clicktale’s software enables large companies to analyse their websites, checking where visitors are clicking and scrolling and where they are abandoning forms.

It is a great place for Internationals to work – offering good pay, a great product, and an opportunity to work with large customers.  At Clicktale you are encouraged to be yourself, bring ideas to the table and be groundbreaking, get ready to be at the winners circle. Read more.

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Nemal Street 36 (Nemal) and Allenby 105 (corner of Rothschild), Tel Aviv

Sisense in another top Israeli B2B company – operating in the uber-trendy Business Intelligence space. They are quickly becoming known as one of the global leaders in the space – with a solid back-end enabling analysis of billions of rows of data very quickly, and an intuitive front-end to easily enable users to cut and analyze data how they want.

Operating in the data space, the numbers talk for themselves: revenue has doubled every year for the past 5 years, they raised $50m funding in January 2016, and they were rated number 4 in the ‘Top 50 Israeli Startups for 2016‘ by Calcalist.

They also have very cool offices in the Nemal, and a new office on Rothschild. Read more.

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Walter Moses 1, Tel Aviv

Think of WalkMe like a GPS, but instead of giving driving directions, it guides users every step of the way to successfully complete their online tasks. You will never be stuck at an online form or task ever again! Founded in 2011, WalkMe is another top Israeli B2B player with customers such as MasterCard, PayPal, British Telecom, the U.S. Postal Service. In June 2016 they closed another funding round of $50m, at a valuation of $400m! They also made the list of the ‘Top 50 Israeli Startups for 2016‘ by Calcalist.

WalkMe are continuously working towards the mission of making their company one of the best places to work in the Israeli tech eco-system. With weekly happy hours, team nights out and company wide events throughout the year, they make sure to keep our culture vibrant and fun embracing the “work hard play hard” mentality. Check out their cool new TLV offices! Read more.


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Yehuda Ha-Levi Street 48, Tel Aviv

dapulse only launched two years ago, and they already have 4,500 companies using their software – including Uber and Facebook! Their mission – to make people’s work simpler, more productive and enjoyable! They offer a web-based management and team collaboration tool, bringing together all team communication, ensuring everyone is engaged and focused on what matters.

Founded by core members of the original Wix and Conduit teams, they are now a team of 35 from all over the world. Having recently raised $7.6m in May 2016, their focus now is building a strong marketing team, with strong sales and account management teams to support it. Read more.

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Rival Street 7, Tel Aviv

“In order to create functioning websites developers need to manually convert static graphic design into code. This manual programming is expensive (up to 70% of the budget) and time-consuming. Designers are marginalized in this process; they cannot experience their designs in real time and lack direct communication with their clients’, and this is where Webydo comes in.”.

Think Wix, but for Web Designers – meaning more features, more customised support, and more flexible pricing. Made by designers, for designers, Webydo is seeking to transform the website creation process by providing it’s 225K designer community with total freedom of web design.

Webydo pride themselves in their no-ego approach – where any great idea is welcomed by all and very department works together closely producing a creative synergy unlike any other. They welcome anyone who is hard-working and eager to better themselves by joining their creative and innovative team! Read more.


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Kalischer Street 30, Tel Aviv

Riskified are possibly one of the best hi-tech companies in Israel you haven’t heard of! They have amazing offices just near the shuk in Tel Aviv, they have an excellent customer base including Burberry, Wish and Viagogo, and they recently raised $25m in February 2016 from top VCs including Genesis Partners.

Riskified’s solution makes it easier for online merchants to accept high risk credit card transactions. They review, approve and guarantee transactions merchants might otherwise decline – in 2015 they reviewed and approved $3 billion worth of transactions. All approved transactions carry a 100% money back guarantee in the event of fraud, allowing merchants to sell with confidence. Read more.


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Ha-Yetsira Street 13, Petah Tikva

Payoneer is one of Israel’s biggest and most successful hi-tech companies, with revenue of $117 million in 2015. Founded in 2005, they operate one of the largest online money transfer platforms in the world. If you’ve ever sold something on Amazon, rented your apartment on Airbnb, given someone a ride using Waze Carpool, or done work on freelance sites like Fiverr or 99Designs, you will have come across Payoneer – all are official Payoneer partners.

Business Intelligence rates Payoneer as one of the Best Places to Work 2016: “Central to Payoneer is a company culture that cultivates creativity, celebrates differences and offers each individual employee the opportunity to make suggestions and have a voice.”. 

That, plus cool office spaces, awesome events and parties, great perks, learning opportunities and so much more make Payoneer one of our favourite Internationals’ Employers. Read more.

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Ariel Sharon Boulevard 3, Or Yehuda

Do you remember the name of your father’s cousin’s aunt? You probably don’t, but don’t worry, that is what MyHeritage is for. This cool Israeli company is the world’s second largest genealogy company in the world with over 2.6 billion profiles contributed by 83 million users. Their vision is to make it easier for everyone to use the power of technology to discover their heritage and strengthen their bonds with family and friends.

MyHeritage was recently voted in the ‘Top 50 Israeli Startups‘ for 2016 by Calcalist. In 2013 MyHeritage was selected by Globes as the most promising Israeli startup for 2013–2014 (out of 4,800 startups).

They pride themselves on their open culture, where each employee contributes and implements their own ideas for the product.They offer a relaxed, family-style work environment with bright, spacious offices and a patio for BBQ’s and lunchtime chats with colleagues from around the world. And every day they make millions of people happy! Read more.

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Menachem Begin 23, Tel Aviv

One of the best places for internationals to work in Israel, Juno are building an amazing office culture and are actively looking for amazing Olim for their growing Customer Service team.

Founded by the founders of Viber, Juno are about to launch a new Uber-style taxi application in New York – the difference is that they are employing only the best drivers, and incentivising them with lower commissions and equity in the company. They make their drivers partners so they are happy, because they believe that happy drivers means a better experience for the riders. So it’s like Uber but nicer.

They are looking for people that embody their values and truly enjoy making others happy, as well as a confidence in themselves to take the reins and run with it. In return they’re offering support and room to grow with the company, a team of amazing individuals to work with and back you up, a fantastic view and all the things you need to bring your best self to the job. Oh, did we mention the pay is awesome! Read more.


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Tuval Street 21, Ramat Gan

Not a typical hi-tech company, but we have included Rapaport in this list as they work really hard to provide a work environment where Internationals and Olim Chadashim can grow.

Rapaport is the gold-standard in diamonds. Based in the diamond-exchange in Ramat Gan (obviously), the Rapaport Group is an international network of companies providing added-value services that support the development of fair, transparent, efficient, and competitive diamond and jewelry markets. Established in 1976, the Group has over 20,000 clients in over 120 countries. Read more.

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EY (formerly Ernst and Young)

Aminadav Street 3, Tel Aviv

EY is Israel’s largest financial services firm, with over 2,000 employees in Tel Aviv, Haifa, Jerusalem and Be’er Sheva. Since 1994, the Israeli firm has been a member practice of EY Global with some 190,000 employees in 150 countries. The internationally shared knowledge, the acquired experience and the ongoing cooperation with the global network all offer our clients a significant edge.

They offer employees excellent training, great opportunities, and an active social calendar including team events, toasts, Happy Hours and a variety of sports events. They are also actively looking for Internationals and Olim with accounting qualifications from abroad (especially the US)! Read more.


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Basel Street 5, Petah Tikva

Teva Pharmaceutical Industries is a leading global pharmaceutical company and the world’s largest generic pharmaceutical company, that delivers high-quality, patient-centric healthcare solutions used by millions of patients every day.

We all know Teva, the pharmaceutical giant and the world’s largest generic drugs manufacturing company. Sounds a little intimidating to work at? They are also one of our favourite employers! “With 46,000 employees in 60 countries worldwide, we are proud to say that our employees are the reason for our sustained success. Their skills and dedication make us an industry leader”. They are actively looking for Internationals for communications roles. Read more.


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All of these companies will be exhibiting at this week’s Secret Tel Aviv Jobs Fair (part of our Summer Festival) – and they have a combined 54 jobs currently available! Register for the Jobs Fair here and/or apply for jobs you like directly.