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Are you looking for a new challenge working in an international company in Mexico?

Mexico is your best choice!

Take advantage of our many contacts with national and international employers. It is particularly important to us that communication and exchange be done at the same level. We will support you in your career and find the job that suits you best. Our experienced recruiters will be with you every step of the way, offering you useful tips regarding your career. Let us help you find one of the numerous career opportunities in middle and upper management, as a manager in training, or as a qualified specialist. Take the opportunity to gain access to interesting and challenging work in industries in Mexico - fill out your application now! Of course, this interconnection between you and one of our client companies is provided at no cost to you.

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Candidates guide

Find the job of your dreams now!


1.- Find employment

Look through our job offers and find the position that's perfect for you.


2.- Apply

Register online for a specific position or register proactively here in our database. You will immediately receive an acknowledgment of registration from us.


3.- Appointment

If your profile meets the criteria, we will contact you immediately. We will arrange an interview by videoconference or an on-site meeting at our office in order to get to know you personally.


4.- Get to know the employer

If our recruiters determine that you have the required abilities, we will propose you as a candidate to our client. You will meet the employer, and together you will decide whether the job offered is right for you and whether you are the best candidate for the job.


5.- Contract

Negotiate a job offer with your employer. Choose what best suits you; then sign your contract. We are your means of contact!


6.- Follow-up

Follow-up: During your training phase in the company, we will keep in touch with you. Good luck in this new phase of your life!

The Job hunt


1.- Profile

Consider current trends. Social media has become very important and its role is only increasing. This is why it is worth maintaining up to date XING and LinkedIn profiles. The more detailed and comprehensive your work history is, the easier it is for recruiters to match your qualifications to the role.


2.- Social Media

When being active in social networks, consider what you are revealing about yourself, so as to always leave a positive impression with any potential employers. For example, we do not recommend making negative statements about any past or current employers on social media.


3.- Communication Channels

 Follow potential employers or headhunters on social media. Openings are usually posted there, as well as on their respective websites.


4.- Suitable Job Offers

After finding a suitable posting, make sure your qualifications match those required in the position’s description.


5.- Application

Take the initiative and send out unsolicited applications. Many businesses collect profiles of potential candidates in applicant databases. When doing so, it is helpful to include your preferred position, location and expected salary.

Curriculum Vitae

Always keep your CV up to date: Start with your most recent professional experience and indicate the exact dates (month/year) of your employment.

Make your CV simple and uniform: do not use too many different colors, fonts, or font sizes.

Pay attention to spelling.Describe the most important tasks at each position you held and the objectives you achieved.Include only the most important points of your professional experience: Your CV should not be longer than one or two pages.

Be sure to include a professional photo. Selfies or outdated photographs are not recommended. Use an appropriate background and wear formal attire.

Be honest when stating your knowledge of languages and update this information periodically.

The Interview
  • Research the company in detail before the interview. A good overview of the company is given on its website.
  • Arrive promptly, preferably 5-10 minutes before your appointment at the agreed upon location.
  • Remember to bring identification. At many companies, you must sign in at the entrance.
  • Bring a printed CV.
  • Make sure you wear appropriate (business) attire.
  • Answer your interviewer’s questions honestly and specifically; never speak negatively about your previous jobs, your superiors, or your colleagues.
  • Think of questions you can ask at the end of the conversation. This shows that you are interested in the company.
  • Please let us know in advance if you are no longer interested in the job or if you have already accepted another offer.
  • Remember to always be yourself and not to pretend otherwise.
Video call interviews
  • You profile should have a professional appearance, especially your profile picture and your username. Exchange usernames with your interviewer and make sure they add you in advance in order to avoid last minute problems such as being late.
  • Make sure that where you point the camera during the interview looks orderly, professional and clean – it is part of the impression you are going to make on your interviewer.
  • Choose a calm space without any distracting background noise. Make sure that your roommate, partner or pet don’t walk by in the background.
  • Turn off any applications, messaging programs, cell phones or other devices that are not relevant for your interview.
  • Treat this type of interview as if it were in person and dress accordingly.
  • Look at the camera every once in a while and pay attention to your body language. Know that your interviewer can only see your upper body, which draws even more attention to your face. Try to look him “in the eye” when you speak.