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.
We featured Biz Latin Hub last week when they posted a job vacancy on behalf of a client of theirs. This week though, they’re seeking their own talent. If you’re a senior, bilingual recruitment professional in Panama City, reach out to Biz Latin Hub. You’ll find full details on LinkedIn.
Thomson Reuters, Costa Rica
Thomson Reuters is the world’s leading provider of news and information-based tools to professionals. Their worldwide network of journalists and specialist editors keep customers up to speed on global developments, with a particular focus on legal, regulatory and tax changes.
Social Entrepreneurs Group, Nicaragua
Social Entrepreneurs Group is a nonprofit based in Managua, Nicaragua. It’s dedicated to conceiving, incubating, launching, and accelerating technology-based start-ups, creating digital ecosystems, and promoting inclusive entrepreneurship… always with local talent.
Right now, Social Entrepreneurs Group seeks a graphic designer with at least two years experience in branding for social networks. You’ll find further info on LinkedIn.
Milicom (Tigo), Honduras
Better known in Central America as Tigo, Milicom is the largest provider of cable and internet services in the region.
They’ve posted nine jobs in Honduras over the course of the past week, including a few today. The positions range across a number of different skillsets, from sales to admin to account management and more. If you’re in Honduras and interested, check out LinkedIn for more info.
Hugo, El Salvador
The global hostel and remote workspace brand Selina has posted a few internship positions for their properties in Guatemala City and Antigua, Guatemala in the past week. Note these are internships, not paid – but you gotta start somewhere, right? If you’re interested in getting in on the ground level and one of the world’s fasted growing and exciting tourism brands, you’ll find more info right here.
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 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.