Schneider Electric™ creates connected technologies that reshape industries, transform cities and enrich lives. They have a long-standing commitment to embed environmental, social, and governance considerations into their own activities, and to assist their clients in achieving their respective sustainability objectives.
CEU's Career Services Office will host an Employer Presentation with Schneider Electric's Budapest office, including representatives from the Sustainability Business Division and Human Resources. The Budapest office recruits for a wide range of roles covering areas such as sustainability consulting, risk analysis, client management, sourcing and more.
During this session you will learn more about:
- A range of career paths in the Budapest office
- Sustainability Consulting Leadership Program (for those graduating in 2023)
- Company culture and priorities
There will be time for Q&A at the end of the presentation, so come prepared with questions!
We encourage you to look into the details of the Sustainability Consulting Leadership Program as soon as possible and begin preparing your application if interested (it is advised to submit by the end of March)
Karina Devira (INTR '22) is a CEU alumna who is currently in her first year of Schneider Electric's Sustainability Consultancy Leadership Program, based in Budapest. Karina can answer questions about her experience within the program and what it's like to work for Schneider Electric.
Csilla Gabor works as a Human Resources Business Partner in Schneider Electric's Budapest office. Csilla can answer questions about hiring practices, early career opportunities and what Schneider Electric is looking for in their employees.
Ekaterina Tsvetkova (ENVS '06) has been working with Schneider Electric in Budapest for 13 years and currently is the Director of the Sustainability Business Division and manages the Sustainability Consulting Leadership Program. Ekaterina can answer questions about the types of work and opportunities within the Sustainability Business Division, including the Sustainability Consulting Leadership Program, as well as share about her own experiences working with Schneider Electric.
The roles presented during this event will include opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students.
This event will be held on campus in Vienna with the speakers connecting remotely. Please register in advance. You will have an opportunity to indicate if you are not able to attend in person so that we can send you details for joining remotely.