This blog is published by the Germany-USA Career Center. We provide search and personnel services for companies active both in the US and in Germany.
This blog’s business language is English, with some long German words like “Personalbeschaffung“, “Personalverwaltungsangelegenheiten” (English: HR) or, our favorite, “Jahresabschlussvergütung” strewn in from time to time, whenever one of our blog authors wants to show off his or her German industry expertise.
One term you will rarely find on this blog is “headhunter”. We are not in the business of hunting heads or peddling the same small circle of executives from company to company in our niche to keep our own “carousel” going. We assist great companies in finding and hiring great employees! How we do it? Find out here!
P.S.: Are you interested in the solar / photovoltaics industry in the U.S. or in Germany? Check out the Solar Industry Blog of the Germany-USA Career Center!
In the News:
- Thu, 08 Apr 2010 19:48:00 +0000: Solar-Jobs.com Portal Relaunched - News Release - Germany-USA Career Center
Career Site for U.S., German Solar Companies
Falmouth, Mass. (04/12/2010). To meet a rapidly growing demand in the U.S. market, the Germany-USA Career Center has relaunched its micro-site Solar-Jobs.com (Internet: www.Solar-Jobs.com) for the North American and German solar and photovoltaics industry.
The new industry-specific Germany-USA Career Center service targets sales, business development, engineering and finance professionals in the U.S., who are looking to make their next career step with a company in the rapidly expanding solar energy market in the United States.
The relaunched Solar-Jobs.com micro-site now provides a "Who's News" column (in English) and database of industry executives in solar/PV companies who are active both in the U.S. and in Germany. Other features include a Germany-USA Solar Industry Blog (English/German), a daily U.S. solar industry video news digest named "Daily Sun", as well as solar-related social media "feeds".
"The U.S. have become an attractive market for solar and renewable energy companies from Germany," said Gerd Meissner, Managing Partner USA of the Germany-USA Career Center. "The renewable energy sector, particularly solar in the U.S. shows indications of becoming an important factor for job market recovery in many regions."