Sykes to offer 200 posts in job fair

January 2, 2013

International firm Sykes will hold next Saturday Jan. 5 a job fair which will offer 200 posts in the areas of customer service and technical support.

The fair will take place at the company’s facilities in Moravia (North East of San José) from 8 a.m. to noon.

Arturo Barboza, director of corporate affairs for the firm, explained that “This is a fair with immediate hiring, therefore English levels will be tested in all four skills: listening, grammar, writing and reading comprehension.”

“Available jobs will be granted to people who have immediate availability and to those who meet the basic requirements, which are: 80 to 85 percent command of the English language, being Costa Rican or legal residents, available to work flexible hours, ninth year high school approved and basic computing skills,” said Barboza.

Support in various areas such as hardware & software, computing, electronic engineering and programming, are some of the positions available.

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