The construction of the new R&D center in Leoben will create new research positions and hundreds of exciting jobs in different areas. With the “Faces of AT&S” job offensive, the people who make up AT&S address new talent as future colleagues.
With the new R&D center for IC substrates at the Leoben-Hinterberg site, AT&S is creating 700 exciting and sustainable new jobs in a unique world-class innovation center in Europe. “Our leading technologies and solutions are irreplaceable as essential and reliable components for numerous digital devices and platforms. Through expertise and commitment, the AT&S team enables the development of sustainable answers to the big questions of the future. We have outstanding employees from 61 nations who we are putting in the spotlight with our campaign to draw attention to the variety of opportunities at AT&S and address new talent,” says AT&S CEO Andreas Gerstenmayer, presenting the “Faces of AT&S” campaign for talent searches.
We are looking for people enthusiastic about technology who want to take on tasks in a multinational and open environment. These include university graduates for high-tech engineering in production, quality assurance, maintenance, production control, front-end technology, and committed skilled workers and HTL graduates for production, engineering, maintenance, production planning and controlling.
Variety, excitement, and lucrative salary models
Highly innovative and varied areas of responsibility and the highest standards of occupational safety and cleanliness await the applicants. AT&S offers secure jobs with flexible working time models, extensive further education and training programs, exciting development opportunities at the regional and international level, and state-of-the-art infrastructure.
Internationally, AT&S has established itself as a pioneer in the microelectronics industry since 1979. As the world’s leading substrate producer, the high-tech company develops highly miniaturized printed circuit boards used as the indispensable connection to microchips in mobile phones, laptops, and servers. Core competencies are technologies for the further development and production of microelectronic systems and the technologically demanding “packaging” of semiconductors into finished microchips.
Investment in digital Europe
With a total investment of 500 million euros, the new research center is built on 32,000 m2 on three levels. 11,000 m2 are designed as clean rooms. The state-of-the-art substrate center is future-oriented for Austria and Europe and scores with the most modern production technology and clean rooms for the highest demands. Here, customers and partners can work with AT&S to develop new technologies and help create new supply chains in Europe.
We invite those who want to find new career opportunities and be part of “Faces von AT&S” to apply at https://career.ats.net/.