I moved to Amsterdam 2 years ago and I'm just loving it! Based on the sites I used, I have a few tips which may come handy to you.
1) Firstly, when moving to Amsterdam, you're not going to be a stranger there. There are people from more than 170 countries living and working in the city as well as over 2500 international companies. You can easily manage your daily life with English, but it is recommended to learn at least some Dutch. It offers new opportunities and makes locals more open to you. Also, you should make sure you're aware of the visa requirements: http://www.iamsterdam.com/en/local/official-matters/visa
2) When talking about jobs:
- here you can look for vacancies available for non-Dutch speakers http://www.iamsterdam.com/en/local/work/working-in-amsterdam/finding-employment/jobsearch
It is updated frequently so when you are not finding what you're looking for atm, you should keep an eye on it. (Last week they added more than 800 job offers!)
- here is another page, but I'm not sure about the language requirements http://www.iamexpat.nl/career/jobs-netherlands/search/
Or you could search for jobs by using the map view if you already have a specific neighbourhood in mind http://www.iamsterdam.com/en/local/work/working-in-amsterdam/finding-employment/jobmap
3) Besides searching for jobs on your own, you should definitely get in contact with a local recruitment agency in order to get more personal touch and advice: http://www.iamsterdam.com/en/local/work/working-in-amsterdam/recruitment-agencies
4) Also, there are some things worth to pay attention to regarding the Dutch employment law: http://www.iamsterdam.com/en/local/move/expat-resources/employment-law-for-spouses-of-expats
5) In general, Amsterdam is extremely expat-friendly and they even have a special website for expats to help you with official issues and other stuff which may bother you: http://www.iamsterdam.com/en/expatcenter
Hope these sources help you as well. Welcome to Amsterdam!