Friday 18 June 2021

Two Job Fairs Offer 1,800 Jobs Next Week

Job fairs will be held in Heredia, San Pedro and Escazu
Job fairs will be held in Heredia, San Pedro and Escazu

COSTA RICA NEWS – About 1.800 jobs by 57 different companies will be available next week in two separate job fairs (Ferias de empleo in Spanish).

The first, offering 1.400 jobs will be on Tuesday, February 17, at the Universidad Latina (ULatina) in Heredia, from 10:00am to 6:00pm; the second, on Wednesday, February 19, at the ULatina in San Pedro, also from 10:00am to 6:00pm.

- Advertisement -

The fair is free.

According to ULatina, jobs offered are in the areas of management, communication, graphic design, web systems, sales support, marketing management, tourism and hospitality, banking, restaurants, and maintenance, among others.

Maria Fernanda Cordero, added that positions in engineering, accounting, finance, human resources and bilingual customer service will also be available.

Cordero said 34 companies will be represented at the ULatina job fair.

- Advertisement -

The second job fair, with 400 jobs up for grab, will be held on Thursday, February 19 and Friday, February 20 in Escazú.

A total of 23 companies will gather in the Escazu Central Park from 9:30am to 3:30pm on both days, in the fair organized by the Municipality of Escazu.

Admission is also free.

In both activities, job applicants should bring their resume in print and digital format.

- Advertisement -

FACT CHECK:
We strive for accuracy in its reports. But if you see something that doesn’t look right, send us an email. The Q reviews and updates its content regularly to ensure it’s accuracy.

Ricohttp://www.theqmedia.com
"Rico" is the crazy mind behind the Q media websites, a series of online magazines where everything is Q! In these times of new normal, stay at home. Stay safe. Stay healthy.

Related Articles

Cynthia Ann Telles named new U.S. Ambassador to Costa Rica

QCOSTARICA - Today, U.S. President Joe Biden announced his nomination of...

Simple to request certification of vaccines against covid-19 applied in Costa Rica and abroad

QCOSTARICA - The Ministry of Health issued a new guideline on...

MOST READ

“Caso Cochinilla”: Name arose when comparing parasite with hidden corruption

QCOSTARICA - On Monday, the Organismo de Investigacion Judicial (OIJ) moved to the raid, seize and arrest of their investigation into corruption of public...

COVID vaccines in the workplace: Can I ask who got their shots?

(DW) Jon works for the local government in the US state of Virginia. The 40-year-old received both his COVID shots in April. Most of...

Heavy downpours generated the first phreatic eruption of this year at the Turrialba volcano

QCOSTARICA - Several residents of La Pastora, La Central and Monte Calas, in the vicinity of the Turrialba volcano, heard a loud rumbling early...

Immigration system failure affected passengers at the San Jose airport Monday

QCOSTARICA -  In yet another system-wide failure in the immigration check-out, passengers looking to leave Costa Rica Monday morning by way of the Juan...

New Television Program To Promote Family Fun

Q ENTERTAINMENT - Attention families of Costa Rica! A new contest program, led by Douglas Sánchez and Verónica González, is looking for participants who...

Southwest adds yet another route to Liberia, now from Denver

QCOSTARICA - Southwest airlines will add a new route to the Daniel Oduber International Airport, in Liberia, this time connecting with the city of...

Your cell phone can now notify you if you had contact with a positive case of covid-19

QCOSTARICA - Fifteen months after the national emergency against covid-19 was declared, Costa Ricans will have a digital platform where you can be notified...

Today’s Vehicle Restriction June 15: 3 & 4 CANNOT circulate

Today, Tuesday, June 15, vehicles with plates ending 3 & 4 CANNOT circulate The measure is countrywide and applied between 5:00 am and 9:00 pm,...

Informants assisted OIJ in corruption investigations, says the minister

QCOSTARICA - The investigation into alleged bribery of public officials in exchange for contracts for road works, received help from informants within the Consejo...

WANT TO STAY UP TO DATE WITH THE LATEST!

Get our daily newsletter with the latest posts directly in your mailbox. Click on the subscribe and fill out the form. It's that simple!

Log In

Forgot password?

Forgot password?

Enter your account data and we will send you a link to reset your password.

Your password reset link appears to be invalid or expired.

Log in

Privacy Policy

Add to Collection

No Collections

Here you'll find all collections you've created before.