Join us on April 18 in the Nador 13 Lobby to meet representatives of Budapest-based global service centers on campus. This is a great opportunity to meet and network with recruiters and learn about current openings.
- AGCO - A global leader in the design, manufacture, and distribution of agricultural equipment
- AVIS Budget Group - A leading global provider of vehicle rental services
- Citi - A global investment bank and financial services company
- Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) - Center serving the UN specialized agency Food and Agricultural Organization
- General Electric (GE) - Provides innovative and advanced healthcare, oil and gas, aviation, lighting, power and digital products, services, and solutions
- Genpact - Global professional services firm that makes business transformation real, driving digital-led innovation and digitally-enabled intelligent operations for our clients
- Schneider Electric - Global specialist in energy management and automation
- SSC Heroes - The one-stop shop for the local Shared Service Center (SSC) sector
- Talentuno - Talent is a platform using crowdsourcing to find talents and opening up the recruitment industry to any individual to benefit from it.
- Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) - Combines tech expertise and business intelligence to catalyze change and deliver results
- United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) - Center serving UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency
- United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) GSSC - Center serving the UN agency UNICEF
- Zyntern - Platform featuring internships and early-career employment opportunities
WHAT DO THESE SERVICE CENTERS DO?
The establishment of global service centers has been a common practice among international corporations and organizations over the last two decades. Organizations centralize and consolidate different activities into one service unit that supplies other units or “internal customers” within the organization.
WHAT’S IN IT FOR ME?
Global service centers can be exciting places to start a career. You gain insights into global operations and business from the very start. You become part of an international environment, similar to what you have experienced at CEU, and work in modern office settings. Moreover, you don’t need lot of experience to get in. You can pick up skills as you go along and benefit from the high quality training programs most of these centers offer. Even if this is not your main goal, service centerscan serve as a fine "Plan B".
WANT TO LEARN MORE?
Click here for a short video about Shared Service Centers.