You were not quite consistent in describing what you want, but I think
what you are saying is you want the value under "Job Seeker", in the row
for "Cusomer Assistant" [sic], under the heading "C *** te".
Here is one way that uses a few "helper columns". Since you say you are
new to some of this I will describe each formula.
I'm guessing you might want to extend this to look for other cities,
other titles, so I worked that in too.
Put the following in K1:N1
C *** te Cusomer Assistant Job Seeker Value
This looks for the city name in column B and tells which row has it.
This looks for the title (Cusomer Assistant) in column D, and tells how
many rows below the city name it appears.
This scans the row below the city name for the opportunity (Job Seeker)
and tells how many columns to the right of B is appears.
Finally, the value you are looking for! It uses the coordinates we
determined in L2 and M2 to locate the correct value.
With that done, should you want to find a value for another city, title,
etc., just change the cells K1:M1.
Hope this helps!