The Shared Services Centre will deliver knowledge intensive services with 100 new roles(March 5, 2020)
DNV GL is a well-established brand in Poland within the maritime, business assurance, energy and digital solutions sector expands its Shared Services Centre in Gdynia with over 100 new roles.
The Shared Services Centre (SSC) started in 2016 manages, currently employees over 450 experts in HR, Finance, IT and Real Estate Management & Procurement. The SSC is transitioning into delivering even more knowledge intensive services and plans to grow 100 new roles within IT, HR, Finance and Real Estate Management & Procurement.
Building on its current expertise, the DNV GL SSC will provide both transactional and knowledge-intensive services. The SSC in Gdynia will play a key role in shaping new, harmonized service delivery model for DNV GL and ensuring scalability, standardization, automation and efficiencies in services provided.
Aleksandra Czerwińska, Global Centre Manager Finance says: “Building on the experience of 170 specialists in Finance we see a place for experts within management accounting and tax accounting. This will enable the development of new competences not only for our present employees but also include acquiring specialists from the market interested in working in a dynamically evolving environment.”
The IT department will also expand the activity scope. The biggest development is planned within areas related to Business Intelligence and infrastructure with intense competence development in areas related to Microsoft environments and Linux-based systems. While the procurement team will focus on support in Central Car Fleet Management and implementation of digital procurement tool for internal users, as well as an automatic payment solution.
“ DNV GL’s expansion plans both in terms of headcount as well as services shows us that we are going in the right direction by creating friendly policies and a healthy, innovation-driven business environment in the Tricity. We will continue to support and drive their growth through our Invest in Pomerania initiative”, says Mieczysław Struk, Marshall of the Pomeranian Voivodeship.
Ewa Żabińska-Socha GSS Global Centre Manager HR says: “We have started the recruitment process for many new roles. At the moment, in HR, we are building teams of professionals within such areas of expertise as compensation and global mobility, the latter providing support to employees worldwide. We have released many job advertisements and more will be appearing, so I already now encourage to regularly follow the list of vacant positions on our career page.”