You want to work for a leading provider of card payments in Germany and Europe? Then come to B+S Card Service, a company of the Sparkassen-Finanzgruppe.
With over 25 years experience and 250,000 customers throughout Europe B+S Card Service is one of the largest service providers for cashless payments. Business customers will get from B+S all the necessary products and services for card payments on the on-site business and the Internet and mail order. B+S employed as associate companies of the German Sparkassenverlag more than 500 qualified and committed employees.
Payment is a matter of trust
This trust placed in our entrepreneurial activities: B+S sees itself as a fair partner who is always offering innovative, safe, reliable and quality products and services. The goal is to contribute with convincing benefits for long-term success of the customer.
Varied work - with an international perspective
As of medium-sized service provider B+S combines the advantages of a company with a flat hierarchy structure and international activities: A cooperative working atmosphere, versatile task fields, quick decision-making. The autonomous work is a top priority at B+S - in projects and in the daily business. Constructive ideas are welcome and can be implemented.
Individual strengths - Successful together
Whether creative, carefully or sensitively: Everyone has different strengths. You apply it to the right place to use and promote. Therefore precisely supported - beginning with the career entry via training or a dual study on the technical and management development to regular training, coaching and mentoring.
Satisfaction as an important resource
In addition to exciting task areas B+S provides modern jobs ready. In addition, enable flexible working hours with flexitime accounts and custom rules to take into account the particular circumstances best. Even family and career can be so agreed. Sound remuneration with a performance-based component, subsidized insurance, care and retirement round off the service package for employees