You can find vacancies in Czech Republic using the classic job search web services; however, the use of these websites requires a good knowledge of Czech language:
The EXPAT.CZ web portal is created for foreigners, who live in Prague. In the Job section, you can find special job offers for emigrants from other countries that require a good knowledge of German, English, Russian, or other languages.
The similar website is called Praga.TV, their slogan says “If you are looking for employment with languages like English, German, Dutch and more…. there is no better source! Prague.TV — Living Like a Local!” You should pay your attention to the vacancies in Czech Republic that are placed on the official website of Praga Daily Monitor .There you can find many job offers in the area of sales and finance for bilinguals.
The Employment Service of Czech Republic has its own website and job market, where they post job offers for all regions of Czech Republic every month.
Let’s move to the specialized job search websites in Czech Republic for specific areas and industries. The STAVEBNISERVER website offers hundreds of job offers in construction area. You can find vacancies in Czech Republic in IT, software programming, administration, and development on PRACEVIT and ITALENTS. The MEDIAR website offers lots of vacancies in the area of mass media, PR, advertisement, marketing and communications; there is also a special website for lawyers.
Another interesting resource can be useful for those, who want to earn additionally during studies in Czech Republic: look into the job bank and private announcements on FAJN-BRIGADY, the website offers lots of information: lists of schools and higher institutions, where you can enter, Czech language courses.
Aggregators do not have their own databases; they collect the employment-related information from many other portals like Praze, Professia and other leading web recruitment systems. Once the search results are displayed, you can recognize a website, where a respective job offer is posted, by its logo: