You should definitely check out workeer and register there =) workeer.de/registrieren
They not only can connect you with emplyers wit a positive attitude towards hiring you, but they might also help you in simplifying the understanding of difficult laws.
You might also want to check out https://migranthire.com/
It is possible to find jobs in Germany in which German language is not required. Generally, the Federal Employment Agency is responsible for dealing with job vacancies in Germany. Refugees can register themselves at one of these offices (known in German as Agentur für Arbeit) if they are searching for work. There, they are able to receive advice or assistance.
These websites can be useful:
Another suggestion we received from @Dave is:
I recommend not to trust the jobcenter only. Since, they are happy if you take any job and are out of the statistics. In past they offered very much "Zeitarbeit" jobs and pushed unemployed people to take them. In these jobs you have to jump from company to company for minimum money and work in production as shift worker with zero skills. Instead of that, i recommend that you use google maps to check the industrial estate areas in your area. Check the company website one by one. If you find an interesting company just write them an email with your cv (including a foto) and tell them your skills.
This will results in better jobs with better payment. But please don't be frustrated if you have to write 100 or 200.
These questions from out last event might also come handy:
-Does accepting a job change my legal status? >> Does accepting a job change my legal status?
-Requirements to get paid work >> https://www.wefugees.de/k/questions/1688
-How to get my long working experience recognised? >> https://www.wefugees.de/k/questions/1703
-Enter employment without approval from the “Bundesagentur für Arbeit”? >> https://www.wefugees.de/k/questions/1700
-I lost the papers that prove my training, how can I certify it? >> https://www.wefugees.de/k/questions/1686