Consulting firm Mazars has launched a recruitment campaign seeking to employ 60 young graduates and experienced professionals, following the development of all its business lines, a press release by the company informs.
“Our organization is growing rapidly and we start many new projects. We are looking for the young talented and exceptionally motivated people willing to join us, make a difference and have a remarkable start or further develop a fulfilling career. When young people studying Economics are ready to make the change from university to a career, we want to be their best option to consider,” stated Rene Schob (pictured), country managing partner at Mazars.
The recruitment process targets both young graduates with an Economics degree and professionals with at least three years of relevant experience for the positions announced. Candidates will go through several steps, starting with the professional and psychometric tests, followed by an interview with the HR representative and the final interview with the manager with whom the future employee will work. Candidates must fluently speak English, while German or French would be a plus.
Mazars has 20 years of experience in providing specialized support for large investors building their business in Romania, working in sectors such as audit, tax, financial advisory, accounting and payroll outsourcing.
The firm has 150 employees locally. Globally it operates throughout 93 countries, , out of which 77 are part of the Mazars integrated partnership and 16 are Mazars correspondents.