The firm is looking to fill vacancies with professionals from areas including electrical engineering, electronics, systems, computing and aerospace.
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Published on Friday, July 9, 2021

By the A.M. Costa Rica staff

Avionyx, a U.S. company with operations in Costa Rica since 2005, announced that they will hire 50 more employees in the upcoming months, to meet the growing demand for the development of aircraft software.

This company maintains 100% of its engineering operations in Costa Rica and currently, 70 people are responsible for creating and testing aeronautical software, which is subsequently used in rigorous certification processes. The company works for the world's foremost aviation brands.

ďAs a small company, we didn't want to travel halfway around the world to find a trusted source of engineering talent," Larry Allgood, CEO of Avionyx said. "After more than 15 years of delivering on our promise to develop high-quality software engineering solutions, we have built a loyal customer base that has recommended us to other companies."

The company confirms that Costa Rica is in a strategic location to serve U.S. clients, and further enhance its services via its exceptional human capital. Its objective is to continue growing alongside the world's largest aeronautical industries, as well as with new aeronautical technologies, such as eVTOL technology, that will change the way people fly in the coming years.

Avionyx is looking to fill vacancies with professionals from areas including electrical engineering, electronics, systems, computing and aerospace. Those interested in applying for a position may do so on the company Careers site.

The unemployment is a big issue in Costa Rica. The National Employment Survey shows an unemployment rate of 17.7%, meaning there are approximately more than 430,500 people without registered jobs in the country from March to May 2021.

Avionyx is the second U.S. company announcing an increase in its operations in Costa Rica this week. Wind River, a California-based global firm delivering software for intelligent systems, announced that it will continue to expand its services from Costa Rica.

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