Intel in Germany

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Connectivity that Moves the World Forward

We are changing the face of technology. To do that, we have gathered some of the most brilliant minds, and we’d like you to join us. Intel Germany offers a variety of positions working with some of the fastest moving fields in both hardware and software solutions. We’re developing new modem technologies that will enable next-generation wireless connectivity, creating a new era in driving through in-car computing solutions—including in-vehicle infotainment, navigation, ADAS systems and even true autonomous driving. If you would love to work on amazing technology, then Intel is for you.

|  Duisburg  |  Karlsruhe |  Munich  |  Nuremberg  |  Sankt Leon-Rot  |

Life at Intel

Our employees' passion for innovation drives new technologies that solve real-world challenges across the globe.

SUSANNE

SUSANNE

Application Engineer
"As an international company the idea of working in another country is very appealing."

MALCOLM

MALCOLM

Software Engineer
"What makes me proud and excited to go to work is the knowledge that once a product is released, the public can use it daily."

GUENTHER

GUENTHER

Engineering Manager, Autonomous Driving
"The chance to work on projects that change the world and make it a better and safer place to live in doesn't come around often."

TOBIAS

TOBIAS

Software Development Engineer, Drones
"Being part of this huge apparatus makes me one of the small but important gears that help to keep the world moving and on track."

We Build the Future

Autonomous Driving

Autonomous Driving Revolution has Just Begun

Intel is moving people out of the driver's seat and into the future of self-driving cars. Rapid advancements in artificial intelligence, data, and in-vehicle computing are making possible ever-more powerful and sophisticated smart car technologies that promise to change the very concept of safe and secure transportation.

Connectivity

Why the world needs 5G

How 5G wireless networks will connect 50 billion people and things by 2020.

Drones

Preparing for take off

How the Volocopter - one of the first passenger drones took flight.

Benefits

Our total rewards package goes above and beyond just a paycheck. Whether you're looking to build your career, improve your health, or protect your wealth, we offer generous benefits to help you achieve your goals.

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