Celanese BBSC


Parent company: Celanese

Industry: Chemistry

Location: Budapest, Hungary

Established: 2007

Company size: 350

Web: www.celanese.hu

About the company

Celanese is a global technology and specialty materials company that engineers and manufactures a wide variety of products essential to everyday living. As a recognized product and process technology innovator, they help to create applications that meet the needs of our customers worldwide. Their highly-diversified product portfolio serves a broad range of end-use applications including paints and coatings, textiles, automotive applications, consumer and medical applications, performance industrial applications, filter media, paper and packaging, chemical additives, construction, consumer and industrial adhesives, and food and beverage applications. Their products hold leading positions in the industries we serve worldwide and are complimented by a large global production capacity, operating efficiencies, proprietary production technology and competitive cost structures. Based in Dallas, Texas and with an employee base of approximately 7,600 worldwide; we  serve our customers through operations located primarily in North America, Europe and Asia with 27 production facilities and an additional 8 strategic affiliate production facilities. The Budapest Business Services Center (BBSC) support the operations for North-America, Europe and Asia in several areas.

Key functions

  • Procurement
  • IT Services
  • Database management
  • Logistics
  • Financial Services
  • Customer service

Awards

2009

SSC Heroes ScorecardOverall score: 6.2

Career opportunities
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Management
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Technology
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Work-life balance
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Comp & benefits
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Environment
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Commuting
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Fun
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Food & drinks
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How to get there

Address: 1134 - Budapest, Váci str. 33.

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So far: 2 reviews and 63 ratings

Career opportunities

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Management

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Technology

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What do you say?

little_steve

2014-08-20, 16:04

There are rotation programs and chances for international assignments as well. There is a lot of opportunity to learn. The office has a really good location, the setup is nice, commuting is easy. Working hours are not really flexible, not much chance to work from home.

little_steve

2014-08-20, 16:04

The Budapest office is a regional SSC and it is fully managed from the US. Local initiatives are not taken into consideration too much. If you work for a region with significant time-differences, then expect to work night shifts as well. The office environment and the people in the company are very nice, most of the time i enjoy working here.

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