MISSION – CONNECTING UKRAINE WITH THE WORLD
we are here to connect the dots between education and jobs, support people in the process of building their professional path, even in the face of disasters, like war.
we want to break glass ceilings of job search process, make this process more transparent, and give everyone an opportunity to find a job of their dream.
we believe that hiring practices are outdated. We are here to help companies get rid of 7 rounds on interviews to hire “the right” talent.
we are here to inspire people to aim high, enable their potential and provide them with everything needed to succeed.
in 6 months only, we achieved:
on our social media channels (Telegram, Instagram, Youtube, LinkedIn etc.)
people got a new job
all across the world (in France & Ireland, Japan & Poland & others), in companies of all fields and sizes.
between Ukrainian mentees and mentors from Google, Meta, Nike, Loreal, Hubspot, Amazon, Stripe and many more.
we believe, you don’t need to be a Stanford graduate to land an awesome role in Google, or to found your own startup.
we know that it takes courage and lots of determined steps to get to your goal. But don’t worry, we are your main cheerleader and supporter on your way.
we deeply cherish diversity of opinions, backgrounds and views. In unity, all these things make you - YOU!
Dana spent her childhood in Canada, where she lived with her Ukrainian parents until 2005. At the age of 21, she finished university in Ukraine and moved to Japan — her home for the past 6 years.
Dana has 5+ years experience working for Japanese edutech&tech startups in project management. For the past year and a half, Dana has been working for Robert Walters as a career consultant, working with startups, SME and Fortune Global 500 companies.
She is currently a Master’s degree student at the University of Glasgow, where she is studying marketing. She also holds a diploma in digital marketing from NUS as well as diploma in education from UoT.
In goodjob Dana is responsible for operations management, business development, client relations and strategy.
Nastya lived in Ukraine until she was 21, but tried living in Germany, US, Australia, Taiwan in the meanwhile. 4 years ago Nastya moved to Ireland, to join Google as digital marketing consultant.
Nastya is a software engineer by education, who has 5+ years all-rounded professional experience in digital marketing, creative direction and strategy, branding, UX/UI Design, marketing consulting fastest growing startups from Berlin.
Since war started in Ukraine, Nastya joined special Fellowship Program in Google.org, as Product Manager to help UA NGOs scale their impact with the help of tech.
In goodjob Nastya is responsible for product development and design, strategy, mentorship program and partnerships.
Sophie has 5+ years of experience working in marketing & product marketing in startups and fast-growing companies.
Sophie was responsible for product launches in different categories (beauty & tech) across US & European markets, and new markets for Uber Eats (was a part of country & cities launch teams at Uber Eats for Ukrainian market, being responsible for marketing strategy across channels).
Sophie also has 3 years experience in Edutech and online education, launching educational projects for experts and companies (5000+ clients across different projects).
Copywriter | goodjob Assistant Manager, Mazars | London
“When I first read about goodjob project, I realized that I could be useful in this direction, because I have been living abroad for a long time and understand the European job market. Goodjob is an incredible project from three brave girls who have gathered around them like-minded volunteers, who have been working together online for almost six months!
Most of us do not even know each other personally, but in goodjob team we are motivated by one important common goal - to stand in unity for our country and support Ukrainians who are forced to look for new jobs in such a difficult time. “
I joined goodjob at the very beginning when Dana held a webinar on how to write a CV. I had to redo my CV and adapt it to the vacancy I applied for – lifehack, I learnt at goodjob. I also didn't have much experience with LinkedIn, so post about “how to communicate with recruiters on LinkedIn” was super useful for me, and taught me how to "sell" myself. And it seems that I managed to "sell" myself - now I work as a recruiter at JPMorgan. In general, my company has already hired about 50 people from Ukraine under a special program in our Warsaw office, which is very nice.