Recruiting companies offer jobs for bilingual professionals
Two consulting companies this week announced they are on the lookout for bilingual professionals in several areas.
Manpower Central America began an expansion process with 60 vacancies for immediate Costa Rica jobs in financial and accounting areas.
The recruitment company is looking for professionals in financial analysis, finances, accounting and business administration, with a minimum experience of one year in similar posts. Interested candidates must demonstrate experience in advanced MS Excel and at least 85 percent command of the English language, both oral and written.
Candidates should submit résumés in English to email@example.com or bring a print version to Manpower offices in Plaza Mayor, Pavas, west of San José, before Feb. 24.
Jobs also are available at recruiting and consulting firm Deloitte, which is looking to fill 20 posts for senior consultants in business administration, engineering, economics and other business-related careers.
Applicants must be 100 percent bilingual (English-Spanish) and with a proven experience in process improvement, operations and logistics, or finance. Recruiters also will prioritize candidates with experience in multinational companies, shared services centers, or large domestic companies.
Deloitte also is looking for professionals in business transformation and senior consultants in Systems, Applications and Products (SAP) who have at least five years of experience in companies from the manufacturing and retail sectors. Posts for junior consultants also are available for professionals with at least three years of experience.
Those interested in these jobs can send résumés by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure to write the name of the post for which you are applying in the subject line.
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