Thursday 9 February 2023

Bill Gosling Outsourcing’s Operations in Costa Rica Create 300+ New Jobs

Bill Gosling Outsourcing, a global Business Processing Outsourcing (BPO) provider, launches nearshore operations in Costa Rica, creating 300+ jobs.

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Looking for a job and have customer service skills? Bill Gosling Outsourcing announced the hiring of 300+ people in its launch of nearshore operations in Costa Rica.

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The company dedicated to outsourcing customer communication services is located in the Centro Corporativo El Cafetal, in Belén (next to the Marriott hotel).

If you are interested in applying, visit Billgosling.com/careers.

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Bill Gosling Outsourcing chose Costa Rica for its literacy rate of 97.98%, #1 ranking in Latin America in skills of graduates, current and future workforce, 99.99% on renewable energy, its 3 fiber-optic submarine cables that give stability and security to their telecommunications infrastructure, and its multi-talented bilingual workforce.

Many of the ‘Forbes Top 100 Companies’ have recently opened up R&D labs and other operations in the country.

“We are excited to extend our operations to Costa Rica, providing a quality nearshore option to our North American Clients. We chose Costa Rica for their highly educated bilingual workforce, IT infrastructure, and proximity to North America,” said Dave Rae, CEO of Bill Gosling Outsourcing in a press release.

Costa Rica’s renowned reputation for economic stability has allowed the country to transform itself into a key market for many top companies to set up operations. Kenny Johnston, President of Bill Gosling Outsourcing added, “As we continue to evolve our tech-based solutions, we want to ensure that we can deliver a consistent quality of work in all locations with our live-agent and technology services. For many reasons, we felt Costa Rica was the perfect location to start our expansion into the LATAM market.”

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