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Role overview

Bring ideas to life

It’s an exciting time to be an engineer at Siemens. You can close the gap between hardware and software by creating everything from smart factories to decentralized energy systems to tomorrow’s mobility systems.

Engineering careers

Engineers at Siemens have the opportunity to grow in ways that few other companies can offer. With so many different functions, products, businesses, countries and cultures, you can spend a professional lifetime leveraging your skills.

Jonathan Hill, Senior Engineering Manager, USA

Engineers are at the heart of what we do

As an engineer, you’ll help us unlock the undreamed-of potential in society, technology and business in today’s world. By building new products and solutions, we can create a better future for everyone, together. There are a variety of engineering sectors at Siemens around the globe. So if networked power generators, lightweight robots and groundbreaking medical imaging technologies excite you, let’s chat.

Day-to-day life

The people making the change

Our engineers create innovations that matter – whether it’s trains that transport people at 250.413 mph or technology that helps NASA explore Mars.

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Wande Gbadegesin

Safety Assurance Engineer, UK

“I’ve been a part of the team bringing CrossRail to life. It's such an ambitious, high-profile project and I'll be proud to say I was part of the team that performed a detailed hazard analysis on the control and signalling system design. My job has been to make sure the system is safe for passengers commuting on it across London from 2018.”

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Qasim Ahmed

Technician, UK

“Thameslink is a huge project. The new Siemens Class 700 trains are state-of-the-art and an example to modern electrical rolling stock in the UK. The trains are 50% more efficient, offer an increase in passenger capacity and are 20% lighter than the previous generation.”

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Michael Sharkey

Graduate Engineer, UK

“The world has a whole host of problems that engineers need to solve. More and more people will be looking to engineers for answers to some of the major issues humanity will face in the next century. As long as we keep innovating and striving for results, Siemens will continue to make a difference.”

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Aamir Adam

Engineering Apprentice, UK

“Every day at Siemens is different. As part of my apprenticeship I complete rotational placements throughout the business, this allows me to experience each department and what they do. Each department provides me with different activities to complete. It’s great because every day I have a task to do that allows me to use the knowledge that I have learnt in the classroom.”

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Helen Kellaway

Lead Systems Engineer, UK

“I really enjoy finding solutions to challenges and helping others by making a difference in their lives in some way. I’m always thinking: 'How can we make this better?'. The project I’m most proud of is the Victoria Line on the London Underground because of its success. It’s nice to be able to travel on it and know I contributed to making it happen.”

 

Opportunities

Change more than just your career

Looking for a new challenge in a field that matters? There are so many opportunities available. From making sustainable energy more economical to building intelligent infrastructures that change the cities we live in. View our open roles or join one of our entry or professional programs.

Jobs and Careers
Entry level jobs

Locations

Over 190 countries and counting

We create the innovations that matter in almost every country on the planet. Take a look at some of our locations around the world.