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We are looking for  German,  French,  Italian or  Spanish-speaking individuals to provide support for a POPULAR VIDEO STREAMING SERVICE ENTERING EUROPE, which makes us all very excited.

With 7 contact centers in US, Canada and Latin America, S2G / Support Services Group is currently hiring 250 Customer Service Professionals to our newly opened Budapest office.

Join the happiest team in the galaxy


Why join us

Fun & enjoyable workplace

We simply expect our team members to be present for work, follow their schedule, strive to provide world-class service on every call, & have fun!

UP TO €1500 STARTING SALARY

We offer outstanding salary and value your language skills. Multi-language talents get language allowance. Targets & bonuses are transparent. We also offer a one-time relocation bonus for those moving to Budapest

HEALTHY OFFICE

Our Budapest office is located at Róbert Károly krt. with natural daylight and healthy office air. There're good canteens & restaurants nearby as well as fitness facilities. You don't have to wake up early & there're no shifts after midnight.

EDUCATION & GROWTH

We've developed a culture that provides education, support, growth opportunities & empowerment. We expect positive, respectful attitudes from everyone.

Positions

German-speaking Customer Service Representative Budapest
French-speaking Customer Service Representative Budapest
Italian-speaking Customer Service Representative Budapest
Spanish-speaking Customer Service Representative Budapest
Italian-speaking Call Center Supervisor Budapest
Send us your CV!

Testimonials

"In french there is a term for love at first sight which is "coup de foudre" that stands for "thunderstruck". My experience with S2G was literally like that. I've felt instant connection from the first moment, and next thing I know, is that I am flying to Athens with the team for 5 days of training for this new project."

Cynthia Denave
Senior Team Leader French

"When I first learned which streaming provider we should support, I told the recruiter that I would even cross the icy Danube for this job."

Klára Szabó
German Supervisor