200 workers are needed by the Chinese company in charge of the expansion of route 32. The projects term was set for 34 months, but almost halfway through that time less than 10% of the work has been done. Not sure that hiring Tico workers will speed this up at all though.
The bright side is that the company doubling its workforce to expedite the work will help the region struggling with unemployment. The construction company requires truck drivers, excavators, compactors, bulldozers, mixers, welders, heavy equipment mechanics, masons, carpenters, and human resources assistants and bilingual drivers with a C2 license.
Some of the available positions need technical qualifications from INA or technical colleges but some require only sixth grade of primary school and others just on-job experience.
To apply, present your resume, crime scheet, copy of ID and any titles and certifications, a sheet certifying you have an active Banco Nacional account, two letters of recommendation and one passport size photo.