Careers in Service Centres – Meet the Budapest Employers

Type: 
Fair
Audience: 
CEU Community + Invited Guests
Building: 
Nador u. 13
Room: 
Lobby
Category: 
Wednesday, May 10, 2017 - 11:00am
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Date: 
Wednesday, May 10, 2017 - 11:00am to 2:00pm

Meet the Budapest based global service centres on campus, network with their recruiters and learn about current openings on May 10. They will be there at N13 lobby with their stands, waiting for you to meet with them and apply for their positions.

Employers confirmed so far:

  • Global Service Centre, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
  • FAO Shared Services Centre
  • UNICEF Global Shared Services Centre (GSSC)
  • Vodafone Shared Services Budapest
  • SSC Heroes
  • Tata Consultancy Services
  • Kelly Services

Make sure to bring your CV!

On May 9 you are also invited to a panel discussion where service centres' representatives introduce how these centres work, what are the most common career paths there and how you may join these organizations. More info and registration HERE.

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 WHAT DO THESE SERVICE CENTRES DO?

The establishment of global service centres has become common practice in the last two decades for international corporations and organizations. It basically means that an organization centralizes and consolidates different activities into one service-unit that supplies the other units (internal customers). Some international organizations who operate service centres in Hungary: UNHCR, FAO, UNICEF, IBM, ExxonMobil, etc. Global service centres are common career choices for CEU graduates as native/fluent language skills can be huge assets in these organizations.

WHAT’S IN IT FOR ME?

Global service centres can be exciting places to start a career. You can gain an insight to global operation and business from day 1, you can join an international environment, similar to what you got used to at CEU, and enjoy modern offices with an above-average compensation. Moreover, you don’t need lot of experience to get in. You can pick up the skills as you go and benefit from the high quality training programs most of these centres offer. Even if this is not your main goal, service centres can serve as a perfect plan B.