Wednesday, 23 September 2020

Concentrix Looking To Hire 600

Concentrix, a technology company specializing in customer service, needs to hire 600 workers.

Apply online, in person or by telephone.

If you know English or Mandarin you can start your recruitment process at www.friendsat.work.

Resumes can be dropped off personally a the Concentrix offices in Pavas, next to the Sylvania plant (one block south of the U.S. Embassy, 200 west), between 8 am and 3 pm, Monday to Friday.

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Concentrix can also be contacted via Whatsapp at 8402 2046 or you can call their central telephone line at 2519 6610.

Eugenia Rojas, marketing manager of Concentrix Latin America, said that the 600 positions are part of the growth strategy of the company that seeks to strengthen itself in Costa Rica as a specialized center for high-value solutions and services.

“The current world demands changes in the way of doing business; This forces companies to adapt, transform and innovate. Our digital, technological and analytical capacity allows us to invest and develop a new generation of services and build, together with major global brands, the economy of the future, “said Manfred Kissling, vice president and general manager of Concentrix in Latin America.

In Costa Rica, Concentrix began operations in 2015 with 20 employees and now has 4,000 in 5 offices ranging from 18 to 60. Around the world, the company has 225,000 employees.

The company also hires people with languages other than English. The 600 jobs are also available to those who speak Portuguese and Mandarin. And of course Spanish.

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The company says it requires English because the systems used and training are in that language.

Is it just for very young people (carajillos in Spanish)? No. The company assures that it has no age restriction, those 40, 50 or older can apply.

Concentrix has two buildings in Heredia, in Ultra Park 1 and in the Metropolitan Free Zone, also three offices in San José, one in Rohrmoser (next to Plaza Mayor) and 2 in Pavas.

Applicants do not need to live in San Jose. “Wherever you live, the person can apply,” says the company.

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