Swarovski is known primarly for cutting and polishing crystal jewellery stones. The €2.6 billion global business has now 26,000 employees and 2,680 shops around 170 countries. Such a vast organisation requires a proper hub to help handle its numerous processes and activities. Gdańsk seemed like a perfect location to combine the best of global and local working culture elements and the investment was handled with professionalism and engagement on the part of Polish authorities.
Established in 2017, Swarovski's activities in Gdańsk include a growing number of global service delivery teams, global centers of expertise and the management of their global service delivery network. As the international hub of the company’s service delivery network, their team develops and delivers high quality, multi-functional services and solutions to all parts of Swarovski, in close collaboration with their colleagues worldwide.
Swarovski GBS in Gdańsk promises dynamic, challenging and multifaceted jobs. The centre's business services include Purchase to Pay, Order to Cash, Report to Record, and Workday Support, with additional services to be included over time. The company is value-driven and seeks to attract people who are passionate about what they do and who inspire others. By joining Swarovski, its employees become part of a global company which has a long-term perspective on growing and developing its people and business. It is worth noting that the organisation is constantly looking for talents with some professional backgrund, as well as people at the beinning of their career path to join Swarovski in junior positions.
The Swarovski’s Global Business Services hub in Gdańsk offers a wide range of career opportunities in leading or expert positions. Development opportunities range from learning on the job to projects and international assignments, complemented by in-house and external training programs. The jobs naturally involve some benefits, such as: staff purchases, anniversary gifts, wellbeing activities, language courses or relocation assistance. The company is also involved in a number of CSR projects and sets ethics as one of its primary points in business.
The centre will be officially opened in summer 2017, but you can already start thinking about discovering your brilliant future with Swarovski in Gdańsk.