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Published on Wednesday, September 8, 2021
By the A.M. Costa Rica staff

Concentrix, a subsidiary of California-based SYNNEX Corporation, announced on Thursday the opening of 1,000 jobs in its Costa Rica branch. With these new positions, which will be offered this month, Concentrix hopes to strengthen local communities through a variety of new job opportunities for skilled workers.

The company, located in Pavas District Industrial Zone in San José Province, has vacancies for bilingual people for customer service, technical support, sales, finance, among others.

The company said that hiring and adding new operations in the country are integral to reactivating the economy, raising employment rates and attracting foreign direct investment that contribute to productivity, according to Juan Pablo Guzmán, Country Leader of the company.

“We want to turn Concentrix into an organization that provides higher value, more complex services and thus continue to grow as an organization, therefore, we offer clear benefits of professional development, since we do not want to be seen as a temporary job, but to offer people the possibility of developing a professional career in a cutting-edge customer experience company, ” Guzmán said.

With more than 24 Fortune 500 clients in Costa Rica, Concentrix’s service offerings are provided in 5 different languages, via email, chat, voice, and back-office services. 

People interested in applying with Concentrix, should visit its careers website and apply for the jobs that best match their professional profile.

Concentrix is one of many international firms opening jobs in Costa Rica. This week, the India-headquartered technology company ValueLabs announced that they will hire 100 people in Costa Rica.

Also this month, Ohio-based Procter & Gamble, P&G, offered 380 jobs to reinforce its Shared Services Center, located in Santa Ana.

Although several companies are offering jobs, Costa Rica remains with a 17.4% unemployment rate, according to the National Employment Survey. The survey reveals that there are approximately more than 423,000 people without registered jobs in the country from May to July 2021.

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