The firm isis opening 380 jobs vacancies, to reinforce its Shared Services Center. - Procter & Gamble photo -
Published on Friday, September 3, 2021
Ohio-based Procter & Gamble, P&G, is opening 380 jobs vacancies, to reinforce its Shared Services Center, located in Santa Ana, San José Province.
“Over the next 12 months, we will work to fill these vacancies, which arise as a result of opening new positions in our IT and Finance sectors, plus projected turnover and specific business needs," Fernando Calderón, Director of Communications and Government Relations at P&G Costa Rica said. " This is a great opportunity to be part of a global company that offers excellent opportunities for growth and professional development, as well as a very competitive compensation package and the flexible conditions required to balance work and personal life.”
According to the company, they are seeking professionals in management, industrial engineering, accounting, finance, and IT to work in areas of technology, the supply chain, and finance. Additionally, there are positions available to university students in their final years of degree completion and now seeking internships, as well as for graduates of technical colleges.
The selection process will be 100% virtual, to comply with COVID-19 prevention measures. P&G Costa Rica's priority is to protect job candidates and employees. In the event that an onsite visit is required, at any time, the company's offices comply with all health and safety protocols, to ensure the safety of all visitors.
Job requirements vary by position, people interested should visit the company Careers site. A tutorial will guide applicants on how to apply for one of the open positions.
Currently, the majority of P&G Costa Rica employees work from home, they said. Also, their offices are open to employees who prefer to work onsite.
P&G is one of many international firms recently offering jobs in Costa Rica. This week, the Mexican factory Nitrile Gloves announced an investment in the country and hiring new employees.
Although these companies are offering several 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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