Good side of my background
I'm 27 years old with a Ph.D. in electrical engineering and now I'm about to finish my postdoctoral research.
During my Ph.D. program, I've developed an innovative device that successfully passed a trial operation period and entered into commerce operation. I'm one of the authors of the patent on this device.
Also, I have a number of papers published in scientific journals that are widely known in this field in my country. I have experience in lecturing and supervising students.
Bad side of my background
All of my accomplishments are made in my country's language, not in English. Almost all of the engineering journals in my field are not indexed in Scopus or Web of Science (some of these have translated versions that are indexed).
In short, I'm known in my field in my country only, not world-wide.
Does it make any sense to try to get an academic job (tenure track) with such a background or it's better to build my career "from scratch" by publishing new research papers in English so that I would get a chance ?
I'm interested in getting a job in Europe or Canada.