Intel and Expense Gosling Open New Job Positions in Costa

Intel Costa Rica is expanding its operations in the nation: it is currently employing 202 job positions in different locations, both technical and administrative.

“The Costa Rican human talent quality is a key piece for Intel operations in the nation, and over these 24 years, it has actually made it possible for us to provide high-quality services and value-added to the Corporation at the world level. Today we have a major number of uninhabited positions open that are associated with a minimum of 32 expert profiles,” stated Timothy Scott Hall, the Supervisor of Governmental Affairs and Public Relations for Intel Costa Rica.

The brand-new workers will operate in electronic engineering, electromechanics, and similar locations, likewise, in administrative locations such as human resources and financing. The information for the job opportunities are readily available at

One-half of the available positions are connected with brand-new assembly and screening operations that are anticipated to start in the second half of this year after the required accreditations have actually been approved. These operations become part of the Intel manufacturing and operations company.

At the end of in 2015, the Intel Corporation revealed that it prepares to invest US$ 350 million during the upcoming 3 years to begin assembly and screening operations in Costa Rica.

Also, Costs Gosling Outsourcing, a technology-focused worldwide Service Processing Outsourcing (BPO) supplier that focuses on client experience (CX) solutions, is also wanting to expand Costa Rica operations with over 200 new tasks.

Costs Gosling introduced their first site in Costa Rica in September of 2019 and is currently working on introducing their second website. “Our Clients have been so delighted with the quality of service and our group that we are prepared to expand within the country currently. The launch of the 2nd website confirms our preliminary factors for choosing Costa Rica as the start of our LATAM growth,” stated Dave Rae, CEO of Expense Gosling Outsourcing.

Both sites lie at El Cafetal Corporate Centre, roughly 15 minutes away from the San Jose International airport. This growth will bring a combined 500 seat capability across both sites with extra remote working abilities for multi-lingual Consumer Solutions positions.

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