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CINDE Returns with the Largest Multilingual Job Fair in Costa Rica: More than 2,000 Available Job Openings

CINDE Returns with the Largest Multilingual Job Fair in Costa Rica: More than 2,000 Available Job Openings

  • The Fair runs from September 25 to October 1 and will be held 100% virtually, to facilitate participation and applications for attendees from anywhere in the country.
  • The Multilingual Job Fair will allow contact between candidates and multinational companies, 24 hours a day, via
  • Companies will offer hybrid, remote, and in-person positions in human resources, customer service, accounting and finance, engineering, software development, quality control, data management, project management, administration, design and communication, and sales, among others.
San José, Costa Rica. September 25, 2023. Beginning this Monday, September 25, and through next Sunday, October 1, CINDE will hold the most important multilingual job fair in Costa Rica, now offered virtually. Candidates will have access to employment opportunities at multinational companies; participation will not require travel from any region of the country, be it within the Central Valley or outside the Greater Metropolitan Area (GAM).
The Multilingual Job Fair seeks to recruit talent with a command of at least two languages (primarily English), to meet the demands of the global companies established in Costa Rica. This virtual edition of the job fair brings together more than 2,000 available job openings and represents one of CINDE’s many efforts, as the private investment advisory agency of Costa Rica, to improve both job opportunities for Costa Ricans and the business climate for investors.
“At CINDE, we believe in innovation, inclusion, and opportunities for everyone, throughout the country. Therefore, this second edition, offered virtually, will allow people more time to submit their applications, carefully review a position’s requirements, and even train themselves for the recruitment processes at multinational companies," explained Vanessa Gibson, CINDE’s Director of Investment Climate. 
Gibson added: “For many years, our motivation for these job fairs has been to provide real options for the Costa Ricans who most need them and today, there are many people who have entered the multinational sector through this initiative. Our close relationship with multinationals has allowed us to build a unique tool to highlight vacancies for positions with true need, while making it free to access and bringing together the sector’s most important companies in a single space.”
This edition of the virtual job fair welcomes 26 companies linked to the services sector, digital technologies, and life sciences; they seek applicant profiles in areas such as human resources, customer service, accounting and finance, engineering, software development, quality control, data management, project management, administration, design and communication, and sales, among others.
DXC is an IT services company that manages mission-critical systems and operations; we modernize IT, optimize data architecture, and ensure the security of our more than 6,000 customers in 70 countries. This year, we celebrate 20 years in Costa Rica and are grateful to have a talented team of 1,200 employees, who drive innovation and advance technological capacity for the complex transformations required by the clients we serve from here.
“For this job fair, we have opportunities in application development (Android, Java, .Net), data engineering, SAP, QA, networks, and technical support,” mentioned Juan Echeverría, leader of the Applications Business Unit for DXC Costa Rica.
Luis Molina, a Talent Acquisition Partner at Experian, another of the participating companies, added, “With 15 years of experience in the country, Experian continues to trust in Costa Rica to position itself as a leader in technology and data analysis, thanks to the [country’s] stability, talent, and the innovative capacity of its people, as well as through a culture and benefits that constantly demonstrate why we are a great place to work. We are happy to continue trusting in CINDE’s support in announcing the opening of new employment opportunities that, on this occasion, translate to around 150 positions in roles for bilingual professionals, in areas as diverse as QA Automation, Java Software Developer, and Client Services Supervisor, among others."
How to Apply for a Job Opening
The job fair is free and interested parties need only visit the website to complete the following steps:
1.     Create or update your profile on
2.     Take the BELT Language Test, from Idioma Internacional.
3.     Once the previous steps have been completed, you can apply for positions related to your profile.
The BELT Language Test represents an opportunity for candidates to identify and assess their level of language proficiency. English is only mandatory test; however, French and Portuguese tests will be available and free of charge.
"Participants have free access to the BELT language test in English, French, and Portuguese, which will allow them to better identify their command of the language, stand out in their applications, and facilitate the process of searching for the best employment opportunities, according to their skills,” stated Brian Logan, General Manager of Idioma Internacional, a strategic ally of the fair.
At, candidates can use the search engine to locate positions by professional areas, company names, required language level, and even by type of vacancy, allowing them to identify whether it is an in-person, hybrid, or remote job. 
Fujitsu is a global digital transformation company, of Japanese origin and with a presence in Costa Rica since 2006, providing technical support, project management, and network operations center services to clients in different parts of the world. We currently require talent for roles such as technical support agents, technical drafting professionals with experience in applications such as AutoCAD or similar, web developers, and operations center engineers (NOC Engineers). Our company offers a hybrid work model, schedules that adjust to different needs, days off beyond those required by law, a confidential assistance program in psychological, legal, and financial matters, social responsibility programs, and activities from which each employee can support relevant causes for a more sustainable world, among other benefits,” explained Raynolf Smith, Human Resources Manager at Fujitsu. 
In order for applicants to enhance their professional profiles and thus adapt to the market’s needs, they can also seek training through Future Up, a technological platform that suggests learning routes to acquire the skills and abilities in greatest demand.  
Explore this list of companies, where you could take your next professional step:

1.     Equifax
2.     DXC
3.     FUJITSU
4.     Experian Services Costa Rica
5.     ServiceNow
6.     TransUnion
7.     Moody's
8.     Edwards Lifesciences
9.     Health Prime
10.  Genpact
11.  MCM Midland Management Costa Rica
12.  Hanesbrands
13.  Shockwave Medical Costa Rica
14.  Concentrix
15.  Huntsman
16.  Transperfect Connect
17.  Cencora
18.  Bimbo Global Services 
19.  Curtiss Wright 
20.  Tebra
21.  Align Technology
22.  Mondelez International
23.  Avionyx
24.  Spectraforce Technologies Costa Rica
25.  Abbott
26.  Bill Gosling Outsourcing