The best way to look for a job in Morocco is by word of mouth. As with anywhere, if you have a large network, the stronger the chance that you’ll hear about a job opening in your field or skill set. So go out there and try to connect. Get to know people in similar circumstances as you by joining FaceBook groups or other online social networks.
If you think teaching English is your best bet in Morocco, many of the larger centers in the main cities now require a TESOL certificate so try obtaining one before coming to Morocco or look up an online course if you’re in Morocco. If you don’t have a certificate, try applying at many of the language-learning centers around the cities as they always seem to be looking for people regardless of certificates, I have found. The best way to do this is simply to walk in the centers or schools and present your resume/CV.
Some call centers in Morocco are also looking for English speakers, so have your resume handy and get in touch!
Think about being your own boss! Put ads up on fliers in language centers, bookstores, schools (where permitted), newspapers, CraigsList, etc., featuring your skill set (tutoring English, French, Moroccan Arabic/Darija,Modern Standard Arabic, etc.), price, and contact information.
Lastly, although job hunting in Morocco is more of an offline, face-to-face activity, you should also cover your bases by looking through the available online classifieds, which include job openings. I have compiled a list of classifieds in Morocco, which include job listings (as well as apartment rentals, real estate sales, and other items on sale, like furniture or cars, if you are in the market). Some of the sites have language options, so look for the language field in which you are most comfortable, select, and search:
Morocco is not the easiest place in the world to find a job, as employment is relatively scarce. I hope these tips and the web sites help you along the way. If you have any other employment search websites or job hunt tips, please feel free to pass them along here, as I am sure they will be much needed. Happy job hunting in Morocco!