Thursday, 6 August 2020

Bilingual? Cinde will offer more than 3,000 jobs at fair

Those who are looking for work and speak at least two languages may participate in the Cinde Job Fair, which will offer 3,000 positions by more than 50 different leading companies and academic institutions.

The Costa Rican Coalition for Development Initiatives (Cinde) announced that the fifteenth edition of its fair will be from Friday, March 6 to Sunday, March 8 at the Costa Rica Convention Center, located in Cariari.

The main requirement for attendees is to speak a second language, mainly English. Other languages include Portuguese, French, Italian, German or Mandarin.

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Companies will look for both professional and technical personnel, with or without previous experience.

Among the positions available are in the fields such as project management, software development, computer science, systems engineering, accounting, finance, administration, financial analysis, technical support, engineering, human resources, sales, purchases, supply chain and manufacturing or production, among others.

Among the companies that will participate are: Amazon, Sykes, IBM, Bac Credomatic, Abbott, Accenture, Bayer, Brightstar, Citrix, Creganna Medical, HP, CWT, Equifax, Evonik, HP INC, Intertec, Kareo, Prodigious, Roche, Smith & Nephew, Stryker, Tech Data, Thomson Reuters, Western Union, Align Technology, OTSI, Akamai, Auxis, Baxter, Bimbo Global Services, BuildCR, Cardinal Health, EY, GSK, Infosys, Infotree Global Solutions, Johnson Controls, Lion Resources, National Instruments, Neustar, Refinitiv, Lightstorm, FUJITSU, British American Tobacco, Cloudera, Teleperformance, Acuity, Knowledge Partners, Concentrix, Cenfotec University, Health Prime, and others.

In addition, this edition will have a specialized forums for people 40 years of age or older who are interested in knowing how to reconvert their professional profile and learn about the new skills and demands that industry requires to make their reintegration or labor transformation more effective.

Attendees must be over 18 years of age, must complete a previous registration on the website by clicking here, apply to the online language tests in English, Portuguese or French (depending on the language being mastered) enabled by the company International Language.

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Finally, applying to available positions is in person through a QR code that the system will generate after completing the registration.

Fair hours are: Friday, March 6 and Saturday, March 7, from 9:00 am at 5:00 pm and Sunday, March 8 from 10:00 am and until 4:00 pm

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Reports by QCR staff

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