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.
One of the more devastating affects of the pandemic (and a major argument against lockdown and restrictions) has been unemployment. All over the world, millions of people have lost their jobs, across all economies, from highly-developed industrial economies to those of the developing world, like here in Central America.
In the developing world, the impact has been all the harder, as countries find themselves unable to support their citizens. You don’t get unemployment benefit in Central America, for example.
But as we near the end of this thing, it’s time to think about getting back to work. To that end, we want to highlight companies in Central America who are starting to hire again. 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. So 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:
BAC Credomatic, Panama
As usual, we’ll begin in Panama. This time, we’re looking at something different from all the more academic and white collar positions we normally post. BAC Credomatic are looking for a maintenance technician to look after and coordinate all aspects of keeping BAC branches in Panama in good shape. Check out the specs for this job on LinkedIn.
Amazon, Costa Rica
Amazon are on another recruitment drive in Costa Rica, looking for customer services agents to work remotely (from home) from their “VCC” (Virtual Call Center). They have a full description of the job specs on their LinkedIn page plus details on how to apply.
Rancho Santana, Nicaragua
Right now, Rancho Santana seeks a sales and marketing director with the proven skills to help take the resort forward in the post pandemic world. They’re advertising this position through consultancy firm 14 West, and the full specs for the job are on the 14 West LinkedIn page.
Aurora Bilingual School, Honduras
If you’re a middle school science teacher who can teach biology and chemistry, this might be a good opportunity for you. Apply for the job through LinkedIn.
BeinCrypto, El Salvador
Cryptocurrency in El Salvador is all over the news at the moment. If crypto is your thing, there’s probably no better place to be in the world right now than El Salvador.
Crypto news platform BeinCrypto knows this full well and as such, they’re looking for interns in El Salvador to help with all aspects of running their site and their business. This is an unpaid position to start, but with the possibility of a paid offer after three months. In the meantime, you’ll get in on the ground floor of the crypto space in El Salvador. More details on LinkedIn.
World Connection, Guatemala
World Connection is a US-based outsourcing company with offices in Boise, Idaho and Guatemala City, Guatemala. They’re a bilingual English-Spanish operation with over 2,000 agents, and right now they seek an onsite community manager in Guatemala.
This community manager will provide a direct liaison between their employee culture, recruiting, and marketing & communications, helping to curate World Connection’s voice and presence on social media. Think HR and marketing merged into on. Email your resume to email@example.com or apply through LinkedIn.
Sanigest are a consultancy firm working in the health and social sector. They work in developing countries, helping health ministries and social security institutions develop and execute their strategies.
In Belize, Sanigest have a couple of legal positions open, one for a paralegal and the other for a paralegal assistant. If either of these jobs is something you’re qualified for, and interested in, find more info on LinkedIn.
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.