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The new Molson Coors Shared Service Center, located in the Global City Business Park of Bucharest – (Pipera area) - will house the teams responsible for the execution and handling of specific operational tasks - such as Accounting, Financial and Human Resources - for the Molson Coors group across the world.
Molson Coors Europe, represented in Romania by Bergenbier ., is one of the biggest brewing companies of the world, which brews and sells beer on the Romanian market since 1994, and Molson Coors is one of the leading brewers globally with a history that dates back tIn Europe, Molson Coors has a strong presence in all the markets, including in Romania, where it locally brews beer through Bergenbier . company.
In 2016 Molson Coors started operations of the SSC with the aim of becoming one of the best Shared Service Centers in Romania. This SSC will support Molson Coors globally in areas like HR, Financial and Accounting.
The most iconic brands of Molson Coors’ portfolio internationally are: Coors Light, Molson Canadian, Carling, Staropramen, Bergenbier, Jelen, Kamenitza that and other specialties like Blue Moon, Franciscan Well or Doom Bar.
We are challenging you to refine your professional experience in our Business Shared Services Center!
So, if you get fired up about making a real difference as part of a team that challenges the unexpected like we do, then we want to meet you!
A few key things you’ll be responsible for:
What’s in it for You?
John Molson founded Canada's oldest beer brewery inn the banks of the St. Lawrence River in Montreal. He wrote, “My beer has been universally well-liked beyond my most sanguine expectations.” In 1959, Molson Canadian was first brewed and today is one of Canada’s most iconic and best-selling brands.
Frederick J. Miller began his apprenticeships in brewing in adolescence and by 1849 was brewmaster to aprince in Sigmaringen, Hohenzollern. After immigrating to the US in 1854, he settled in Milwaukee then leased and later purchased the suburban Plank Road Brewery for $2,300. He brought a unique brewer’s yeast from Germany – its descendant yeast is still used in some of our beers.
Adolph Coors, a penniless brewer’s apprentice, stumbled on the perfect water in Clear Creek at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. 105 years later, Coors Light was born and would go on to be enjoyed by beer drinkers in over 25 countries worldwide.