Optics, electronics, mechanics: a wide diversity of disciplines interact in the highly advanced products of Carl Zeiss. Whether you work as an engineer in construction, a physicist in research, an economist in sales or a skilled worker in production – whatever the role, you are an important part of a successful global player.
The broad product portfolio ensures that our employees are constantly faced with new, inspiring challenges. Cross-functional projects and interdisciplinary teams are the order of the day – also across international borders, thanks to our international formation
This fascinating environment provides an ideal foundation for your personal development. Find out from our employees what exciting tasks await you at Carl Zeiss.
EUV Lithography, i.e. lithography with extreme UV light, is the key to the microelectronics of tomorrow. Find out from Ralf Zweering why this technology presents particular challenges for engineers.
As a global player, Carl Zeiss offers economists and industrial engineers many challenging tasks. Sarmistha Pal explains why the collaboration with employees from different regions of the world is so enriching.
Are you a physicist or do you have a background in optics/ optoelectronics? As a researcher and developer at Carl Zeiss, you will continuously push to redefine the boundaries of what is physically conceivable. Vijay Paruchuru explains why it's worthwhile to come to Oberkochen from New York.
In many divisions of Carl Zeiss, software is becoming increasingly important. Whether in Industrial Metrology, Microscopy or Medical Technology. Dr. Dominik Schmid explains why new and interesting possibilities for software developers and IT specialists are coming up at Carl Zeiss.