Tue 4 February 2020 | 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Dov Hoz Community Centre - Dov Hoz 16, Tel Aviv,
Join our new Talk with the HR Manager of Israel Tech Challenge Orit Lahav.
Are you looking for a job? Or to advance your career? Join our new Talk with the HR Manager of Israel Tech Challenge Orit Lahav, where together we will explore a job candidate’s secret sauce that Israeli recruiters seek, including:
– How to understand and thus manage optimally the recruitment process from the perspective of HR
– How to position and brand yourself to achieve your job search goals
– How to prepare for the different types of interviews.
Founded in 2015, Israel Tech Challenge (ITC) is dedicated to tackling the shortage of qualified hi-tech engineers in Israel. ITC’s mission is to build a pipeline of talent for Israel’s most needed hi-tech positions. Inspired by the IDF’s 8200 Intelligence Unit, ITC offers Full-Stack Development, Data Science and Cyber Security programs. Our students’ engagement with the Israeli hi-tech industry starts as early as the training itself: our lecturers come from the industry, the mentors possess a highly-experienced technological profile, workshops and projects are organized throughout the course with industry companies and start-ups.
Learn more: www.itc.tech
Orit Lahav completed her B.A in Psychology at McGill University and holds an MSc. in Organizational Psychology from the Technion.
She made Aliyah 6 years ago from Canada and for the past 4 years, has worked in the fields of HR, OD and recruitment where she has conducted many in-depth job interviews and personality assessments in diverse professional settings.
She enjoys sharing her best practices and top tips for interviewing success in the Israeli professional landscape.
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