Convergys to hire 700 bilingual employees for Costa Rica operations

August 20, 2014
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Ohio-based relationship management provider Convergys on Wednedsay reported they are seeking to hire 700 new employees for their operations in the country.

Jason A.C. Brown, senior director of operations for Convergys in Latin America, said the performance of their local team has helped the company exceed its hiring plan for Costa Rica by more than 25 percent across virtually all sites and programs due to increased demand for more business from clients.

“Excellent employee retention and strong performance are allowing us to build on that foundation of strength with our clients, and we’re growing again,” Brown stated in a press release.

Positions are available for bilingual staff in several areas including customer service, financial support, tech support, internet connectivity support and sales, among others.

Interested candidates can submit applications at the company’s facilities in Rohrmoser, west of San José, and Ultrapark II or Metro Park in Heredia, from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Or, apply online at http://tinyurl.com/lguyytq and on Facebook.

Convergys arrived in Costa Rica in 2009 and has more than 2,000 employees at three different locations.

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