The Germany-USA Career Center recruiting network in German-speaking Europe covers Berlin, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Leipzig, Stuttgart and Munich, Basle and Zurich, Vienna and Salzburg, as well as many other cities and regions in Germany / Austria / Switzerland.
Most American companies in Germany are run by German management. Resume format, application process and employment requirements are quite different from what you may be used to in the US.
With the right qualifications and connections, American expats can find work here fast. Many start from scratch, without a network in Germany, and get hired within weeks.
This is how they do it:
They rely on GUCC's Career Adviser service for quick results. They leave the legwork to the leading experts in this niche. They save months of frustrating Internet research, with a trusted method that is proven to work.
If you are not familiar with working in Germany as an American, we recommend contacting the experienced Career Adviser team first. Your career services specialist can answer even your most difficult questions, and help you find work in Germany fast! Get answers now from your personal Career Adviser!
Got everything lined up? Then make sure to upload your resume into our Resume Library. It's FREE. This database is one of the main tools for many companies looking to hire Americans to work in Germany!
"My career adviser was excellent! He helped me to re-do my cover letter and resume, taught me about the differences between the German and American job market, provided me with detailed information and high-quality job leads.
Working with the Germany-USA Career Center gave me the confidence boost that I needed to find a better job faster!
I would definitely recommend all services provided by the Germany-USA Career Center, and rate my career adviser with 10/10."
Career Services user Katja Hernandez
The Germany-USA Career Adviser is the only service of its kind for this niche. Upon receipt of your Career Adviser appointment reservation, we will confirm your consulting session.
Your personal Career Adviser will then call you at a pre-arranged time to provide you with assistance that is custom-tailored for your situation.
Your questions will be addressed by experts, not interns, at a time that's convenient for you.What results can you expect:
Many other questions about seeking employment with an American or German company are more general.
You will find many essential answers to your questions on our FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) page:
"Very helpful in terms of CV and cover letter improvement as well as getting new insights and support regarding my job search.
Very helpful especially for foreigners who have to adopt to American formal standards; it's important to know which networks are useful and what job search platforms can be used."
Career Services user Sandra Henkel
Munich, Germany / Santa Monica, CA