• How much does LEAP charge?

    Our placement service is free of charge for job seekers.

  • In what fields do you place most of your job-seeking customers?

    The overwhelming majority of the positions in which we place candidates are related to foreign-language communications. In Israel, that generally means positions in which you'll have contact with non-Hebrew-speaking customers or suppliers, such as sales, marketing, support, service and administration. In other cases, your language skills may be needed for written marketing and business communications, such as content writing or copywriting. Our corporate clients include companies of all sizes in a wide array of industries.

  • How long does it usually take to find a job?

    Anywhere between a day and a few months. Through a combination of our extensive contacts and personal meetings with our job-seekers, we know how to tailor your job search to get the best, and quickest, results.

  • I am perfect for a job I saw you posted. Can you recommend me without my having to come into your offices for a meeting?

    While in certain circumstances a Skype/Zoom meeting can be arranged instead of an in-person meeting, it’s important we speak face-to-face. We invest a lot of individual attention in really getting to know our job-seekers, and from our experience a quick phone call is no substitute for a face-to-face meeting.

  • What is your success rate?

    We have an excellent placement rate, with both job-seekers and employers expressing full satisfaction on all levels. While we recognize that we're very good at what we do, we also know that there are no guarantees. Landing a job sometimes requires more than even the most experienced guidance or the most generous assistance one can provide.

  • I am planning on making Aliyah in a few months' time. Can you help me with my job search while I am still abroad?

    We can only initiate a job search once you reside in Israel and after a face-to-face meeting in which we get to know each other a bit. However, we are excited to offer pre-Aliyah consulting sessions. You can read more about it here.

  • Do you deal with placements abroad?

    Not at this stage. However, we do have plans to expand in that direction in the future.

  • I live in Jerusalem (or up north, or down south) and I am looking for a job. Can you help?

    Most of the companies we work with are located in the center of Israel (Gush Dan and the Sharon area). Even if you are happy to commute, the job market is such that employers have enough local candidates to choose from. If you have yet to decide where to settle in Israel, you may want to take this employment situation into account as a serious consideration.

  • I am currently living in Israel, but I have not made Aliyah and I do not have a work permit. Can you help me find a job?


  • Can you assist in the process of obtaining a work permit from the Interior Ministry or the Jewish Agency?

    In some unique instances we were able to help move the process along, but that is definitely not part of LEAP’s services. We strongly recommend applying for a work permit through the regular channels.

  • I have sent my CV to you a number of times; however, I have not received an answer. Why is this?

    We're very sorry that we are not able to reply to every application. However, when we receive a CV, we absolutely and immediately respond to anyone we feel we can help with their job search. Please bear in mind that the job market can be very dynamic. So, don't be shy. Feel free to send us your resume again after a few weeks.

  • Do I need to know Hebrew?

    The companies we work with are specifically looking for candidates who are native speakers of a language besides Hebrew. Knowledge of Hebrew is not necessary for the majority of the positions. However, we find that learning Hebrew can really help you adjust to Israel culturally and socially, which is why we are developing LEAP’s ulpan program for this purpose.

  • I am not oleh chadash but I speak a language – can you help me?

    If you speak a foreign language at native-speaker level, and hold a work permit, then we can definitely work together.

  • Do you need the CV in Hebrew?


  • Can I send a CV in my native language?

    Sorry, only English.

  • Can you re-do my CV?

    Yes, this is a service that we do at a cost. See this service on the job seekers’ page.

  • Do you have part-time positions?

    From time to time. The vast majority of positions we deal with are full time.

  • Do you have remote positions?

    We rarely receive work-from-home jobs.