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QCOSTARICA – Amazon is looking to hire 700 people in the coming three months, new positions in customer service and vendor support, among others, during its two day job fair on May 6 and 7.
The job fair will take place at its Calle Blancos and Lagunilla de Heredia locations, from 8:00am to 2:00pm.

Applicants must be bilingual (English-Spanish), but the company will also open opportunities for those fluent in a third language such as Portuguese, German and Italian.

Candidates applying in person must bring a photocopy of the ID, two printed copies of their resume, current police report, as well as original and photocopy of high school diploma.

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Applications can also be made online at

Amazon is one of the fastest growing companies in services in the country.

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