Sunday 13 June 2021

3,000 Jobs Up For Grab At Alajuela Job Fair

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(QCOSTARICA) A job fair in Alajuela on July 21 and 22 aims to fill 3,000 vacancies by some 60 companies.

The positions being offered are varied, from cashiers, to waiters, to call centre operators.

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The job fair will be held at the Plaza Feria, in Barrio Cristo Rey, between 9:00am and 3:00pm each day.

Companies looking to hire include Durman Esquivel, Boston Scientific, Automercado and Davividenda bank.

Applicants must provide a comprehensive curriculum, two letters of recommendation, a police report, photocopy of degrees, cedula and drivers license (where required).

The job fair is being organized by the Municipalidad de Alajuela.

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For more information contact 2441 5445.

Source: Larepublica.net

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