Call to Apply for Growing Jobs

Call to Apply for Growing Jobs
Call to Apply for Growing Jobs

In today’s competitive job market, knowing the opportunities available can make a difference in your professional career.

Explore the best job openings available and how you can prepare to stand out among candidates. Below, we provide you with a complete guide to successfully applying for jobs and maximizing your employment opportunities.

The Expanding Labor Market

The labor market is constantly growing and evolving, presenting new opportunities for professionals from various areas. With digitalization and the advancement of technologies, new professions emerge and vacancies in traditional sectors expand.

The sectors of technology, health and finance They are some of the ones with the greatest demand for talent. Companies of all sizes are looking for trained professionals who can adapt to changes and contribute to organizational growth. It is crucial to stay informed about labor market trends and the fastest growing sectors.

Below are some of the positions offered by the companies, which represent only a sample of the opportunities available for May 2024:

Risk Prevention Chief – Coquimbo
Professional Expert in Risk Prevention is needed for Head of Risk Prevention

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Electrical technician Puerto Montt – Montt port
Engineering services company located in Puerto Montt is looking for a motivated technician to implement force and control in oxygenation modules for the aquaculture industry.

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Security Assistant (6172) – Santiago

RFA INGENIEROS LTDA., is looking for a Professional Risk Prevention Engineer or Risk Prevention Execution Engineer.

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Technical instrumentalist – Antofagasta

At GeoBlast we are looking for 3 Junior Instrumental Technicians to join our team in Antofagasta, Region II, Chile, for a 3-year contract with the possibility of staying within the company.

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Contractual Milestones Coordinator (6172) – Santiago

RFA INGENIEROS LTDA., is looking for an Industrial Civil Engineer, Business Administration Engineer, Business Administration Execution Engineer, Industrial Execution Engineer, Business Administrator or Public Administrator.

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Administrative Assistant – Calama mining site
Axinntus, an industrial services company with 12 years of experience in the field, is looking for an Administrative Assistant with a profile oriented toward administrative tasks and experience in the field of transportation, logistics and industrial cleaning.

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Mechanical Technician for mobile equipment – ​​Faena Minera Calama

At Axinntus, a diverse and inclusive company with 11 years of experience in industrial services, we are looking for a Technician specialized in mobile equipment (Mechanic M1 and Mechanic M2) to be responsible for executing preventive, corrective and predictive maintenance activities for the equipment. mobile devices, maximizing the availability of equipment for the operation of contracts and minimizing equipment or system failures, applying the Company’s Safety, Occupational Health and Environmental standards.

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Metallurgical Operator (Antofagasta- La Negra Branch)

World leading company in inspection, verification, testing and certification requires a medium or higher Technician in Metallurgy or related career for the position of Process Operator.

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Process Operator (Hydrometallurgy Area-La Negra)

World leading company in inspection, verification, testing and certification requires a medium or higher Technician in Metallurgy or related career for the position of Process Operator.

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Administrative Human Resources (Mining services company – 7X7/14X14)

Company dedicated to mining distribution, looking for professional for a shift role at the Faena located in Antofagasta for an Administrative position at the Faena.

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Geomeasurer or Surveyor (QUEBRADA CALICHE)

RFA Ingenieros Ltda., is looking for a Geometer or Surveyor, for Bidding.

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