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Amazon expands Costa Rica operations

July 7, 2015

Amazon Costa Rica announced that it will hire 400 new employees for its support services centers in the provinces of San José and Heredia.

The U.S. online retail giant will be hiring staff for management positions in administration and human resources, and will be looking to recruit technical staff for customer service.

Candidates should be proficient in a second language including English, Portuguese, German, French or Italian.

“At Amazon we grow and hire all the time. We are happy to create jobs and we invite all interested candidates with excellent command of English or other languages ​​to come to our facilities or to apply online,” said General Manager of Amazon Costa Rica Alejandro Filloy.

Job interviews will be conducted at the company’s facilities on Calle Blancos, northeast of San José, where Amazon will hold a job fair on Thursday, July 9 from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Interested candidates also can apply online at: www.amazon.jobs.

Amazon Costa Rica currently employs some 2,500 people who provide technical and administrative support to customers and distributors in the U.S., Spain, Mexico and Brazil.

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