Johnson Controls to hire 50 staff in Costa Rica expansion
• The company has 150 collaborators in Costa Rica, that sum up to the 120,000 employees worldwide.
• Johnson Controls looks for bilingual engineers and technicians for Costa Rica’s Circuito Sales Support Center.
San José, Costa Rica. August 8th, 2018.
will hire more than 50 collaborators during August and September, enlarging Costa Rica’s Circuito Sales Support Center. This multinational company is a global leader in diversified technology, with presence in over 150 countries,
The company announced they will host a job fair in Forum this weekend. The event will be held in Building H's first floor on Friday and Saturday August 9-10, from 9 am to 4 pm.
JC is looking for technicians, electric engineers, mechanics, electro-mechanics and electronics professionals, along with and CAD/ BIM drawers. English language skills are required.
The Minister of Foreign Trade, Dyalá Jiménez, said: “Johnson Controls joins the list of more than 300 multinational companies that generate high added value solutions from our country. This diversified technology corporation has become an ally to our country. It shows Costa Rica is a great platform with highly competitive environment and qualified human talent. We celebrate Johnson Controls’ growth, when they grow, our country grows too.”
Johnson Controls offers services and products for
intelligent buildings and cities
, such as video surveillance, air conditioning, access controls and fire detection and suppression systems. It has 120,000 employees in more than 2,000 offices worldwide.
The Global Center of Excellence, has a team of certified design engineers, CAD operators, program managers, IT engineers, and multiple skilled personnel. Among them all, they handle 14 languages and create work plans that adjust to each of the client’s requests.
Peter Fischel, Marketing Manager of Johnson Controls Costa Rica, stated: “In Costa Rica’s Circuito Sales Support Center, the new hires will be part of a team that offers a high-end product based on mechanical, electrical and plumbing design, and applied engineering for different corporate clients worldwide. "
He added: "We offer excellent benefits, such as WFH and flexible schedules. This is a great opportunity to participate in projects that are changing the world."
Jorge Sequeira, Managing Director of the Costa Rican Investment Promotion Agency (CINDE) said: "Johnson Controls’ dynamism is an example of the general growth of the intensive knowledge services in knowledge sector. Exports from that area represented 7.3% of Costa Rica’s 2016 GDP. Fortunately, this goes hand in hand with a greater generation of human talent, which grows 6.8% per year in digital technologies. "
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