Monday, 30 November 2020

Equifax announces 200 new jobs in Costa Rica

Equifax currently employs 1,000 people in Costa Rica, staring its operations in the country in 1995

Equifax, the global data, analytics, and technology company, Equifax, announced on Monday that it plans to hire 200 people in the coming weeks, adding to its current 1,000 employee workforce in Costa Rica.

Equifax currently employs 1,000 people in Costa Rica, staring its operations in the country in 1995

Job positions focus on six areas: operations, sales and marketing, finance and accounting, technology, cybersecurity and monitoring; as well as human resources.

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The recruitment process is now open at https://careers.equifax.com/global/en. Some of the positions required to be bilingual, either with English or French language proficiency.

President Carlos Alvarado applauded the news about the expansion of Equifax operations since it promotes the generation of quality employment and economic reactivation.

“In a world as digital, changing and innovative as we live, we show that they can be translated into opportunities. Equifax takes advantage of not only the disruptive context, but also has partnered with our human talent to innovate and position our country in the technology sector,” said Alvarado.

Equifax began operations in Costa Rica in 1995.

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