Looking for job opportunities in Central America? Here, in our latest update, we highlight a company in Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Belize currently seeking talent.
Much of Central America is taking a day off today, to celebrate the 200th birthdays of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua on the 15th. But that doesn’t mean we’re not looking around to see what jobs are out there, long weekend or no long weekend.
On this page, we want to highlight hiring companies in Central America. We hope we can give them a hand with some positive exposure.
We’ll try to cover all seven countries, and we plan to update this article once a week. If you’ve lost your job in the Covid pandemic, feel free to check in with us here.
We can’t cover everything, but we can offer a rough guide, and showcase at least one company from each Central American country every week. If you’re a HR professional wanting to highlight available openings in your company, please contact us.
Let’s get started, south to north, Panama to Belize:
Biz Latin Hub, Panama
As usual, we’ll begin in Panama. Biz Latin Hub our friends of ours, who often contribute to this site. They’re a business consultancy based in Colombia, but operating throughout Latin America and the South Pacific. If you need any help establishing a business in Latin America, from legal advice to company formation, employment/hiring, tax advice, and more… you should speak to Biz Latin Hub.
Biz Latin Hub often posts jobs on behalf of their clients, and this week they’re looking for a sales exec in Panama City with experience of selling software as a service. For more info (in Spanish), contact Biz Latin Hub through LinkedIn.
Persianas RollerUp, Costa Rica
They currently have three job openings available in Escazu – a cashier, a graphic designer, and a sales agent. Go to their LinkedIn jobs page for more info.
The Language Doctors, Nicaragua
The Language Doctors is a professional translation services company based in Maryland in the United States.
They’re looking for a Nicaragua-based Interpreting Coordinator to be in charge of managing and coordinating freelance interpreters plus client’s interpreting requests. Check out the job description for more details and send your resume to email@example.com if you’re interested.
Econo Rent A Car, Honduras
They seek an organized individual with leadership skills to be a Sales Manager in San Pedro Sula. Extensive experience and the skills to build excellent relationships with external and internal customers required. More details available on LinkedIn.
Puro Surf, El Salvador
Puro Surf is a hotel, surf camp, and surf school all rolled into one in El Zonte, El Salvador – one of Central America’s most consistent and prolific surf spots. This area is home to the Surf City initiative and recently hosted the 2021 World Surfing Games to qualify surfers for the Olympics. In short – Puro Surf is right in the heart of where it’s at, surfing-wise.
If you’re a lover of surfing (it helps here!), they have two jobs open right now: A Front Desk Representative and a Project Manager. You’ll find full details for each position on the Puro Surf jobs page on LinkedIn.
MAIA Impact, Guatemala
MAIA Impact is a nonprofit org focused on connecting the talents of young women with the opportunities of the 21st century in Guatemala. It’s one of the few organizations in Guatemala led and run by Mayan women from the rural villages they serve.
They seek a Communications and Development Manager with a marketing background to concentrate on three fundamental aspects: Fundraising, brand recognition, and content creation. Full details on this position and each individual aspect are on LinkedIn.
Ready Call Center, Belize
Ready Call Center is an outsourcing company with a presence in Belize City, Belize. They’re the largest outsourcing company in Belize and they’re hiring agents again to man their call centers. If you’re 18 or over, legal to work in Belize and are willing to get vaccinated, contact them through their website or at 223-5555 (phone) or 223-5556 (WhatsApp).
That’s it for our latest update of available jobs in Central America.
We’ll keep this updated every week so those of you looking for opportunities in this part of the world can at least find a starting place.
Again, if your company has jobs available, please contact us and we’ll be happy to chat to you. Until next week.
James Dyde is the editor of centralamerica.com. He lives in Escazu, Costa Rica.