All EOS departments are interesting ... but only one is right for you.
How can we offer guidance for applicants to present ourselves as a potential employer? In our opinion, nothing beats a personal introduction. A few of your future colleagues would like to tell you about their everyday work at EOS, and you can read about our open positions. Click to browse and apply for the right position for you.
One job. Endless possibilities. It’s whatever you make of it – we look forward to meeting you!
Juliane | Senior Vice President Human Resources
“For me, everything started with a building block. That’s the example a colleague used to show me the potential of industrial 3D printing. Since I joined EOS in 2011, we’ve grown from 360 employees to 1,300. That shows just how dynamic our market environment is. And despite strong growth and an international presence, EOS still remains a family business where everyone can speak to anyone. A company where things are in motion, where change is part of everyday life – working for an exciting technology that’s a real game changer in so many areas.”
Invent the future every day
As pioneers in industrial 3D printing, EOS has been on the market for 30 years. Whether in system development, applications or materials research for metals and polymers – our development engineers keep their finger on the pulse of additive manufacturing. Despite a wildly different set of personalities, our R&D team is united by their belief in the potential of our technology, as well as the knowledge that we can achieve whatever we set out to do for our customers by working together. Driven by solutions instead of problems, hungry for knowledge and constantly in close personal contact with one another.
Franz-Josef | Technical Project Manager
“Even after more than a decade, I’m still excited about industrial 3D printing: we’re making complex parts out of nothing. As an engineer, there’s nothing like developing a new system and being there as it progresses from the concept phase to its first successful application. We have to think like visionaries and there’s nothing out there to guide us. Especially now that our systems are beginning to be used for series production. We’re measuring ourselves up against conventional technologies. Our responsibility is growing. But that’s exactly what motivates me – together with a good working atmosphere and great colleagues!”
Natascha | Product Line Owner Inbound
“If I had to describe our technology in just one word: magical. Consider the antenna mount, for example. Thanks to its optimized shape and new structure, we managed to reduce the part’s weight by 40% while also exceeding the target properties. Creating something yourself – from the CAD drawings to the finished part – is simply magical. We cover a wide range of applications – some parts are made from metal for the aviation sector, others are made from gold for the jewelry industry. Every customer application represents a new and exciting challenge. Which makes every day different.”
Heiko | Team Manager Material Development Polymer
“My team’s work involves selecting suitable base polymers, converting them to a powder-based material compatible with laser sintering and process development on the machines. The goal is always to achieve the best possible performance for the final parts. What’s great about it: there are close exchanges between the market and development team, and we have the opportunity to experience the target applications that will use our powder. The great variety of tasks means that we’re always learning about new topics and participating in basic research. Team spirit and constant knowledge transfer are top priorities to ensure we’re successful.”
Margit | Team Manager Laboratory
“In 2011, I was the very first employee hired specifically for the laboratory. Today, our laboratory is responsible for mechanically and physically evaluating powders and parts, and we are working to ensure that every EOS laboratory site uses comparable measurement methods. As a manager, I believe that it’s very important for my team to work independently. This ensures that everyone has creative freedom, and I can devote myself to ensuring personal development for each of my employees. Thanks to my 32-hour contract, I can balance my leadership role and my responsibilities as the mother of a 4-year-old daughter very successfully.”
Optimizing the factory of the future, down to the very last detail.
The EOS software portfolio covers every process step of industrial 3D printing, including quality assurance – whether for individual production or self-optimizing series production in a digital factory. Our software developers do everything they can to ensure that our solutions integrate seamlessly, present a user-friendly interface and capture any relevant information in real time. Rapid technological development means that this task constantly generates new challenges and demands the highest levels of technical expertise.
Bernd | Head of Software Development
“Software and digitalization are key elements of EOS solutions. Our software is what brings the machines to life. It guides the interactions between the laser and the material and analyzes data about the quality of parts. To ensure that our technology is always up-to-date, we have great creative freedom to work on innovative and complex topics in small teams, and we implement Scrum with two-week sprints. Using software to improve the system productivity and part quality is quite simply fun.”
Making customer projects happen, straight to the point.
In 2017, EOS opened a new production site in Maisach to further expand capacity to meet the market’s increasing demand. For our colleagues in quality management and production, this means keeping track of things and managing them in a world that’s spinning faster and faster. This is the only way to achieve both high quality and on-time delivery for every single EOS system. And that’s what we’re all working toward.
Raphael | Commissioning Technician with Machine Responsibility
“My job as a commissioning technician with machine responsibility combines demanding technical challenges with organizational tasks. This makes my work diverse and interesting. I also get to decide for myself how to do things – and I can always ask my boss if there are tricky questions. This combination of freedom and leadership is a great foundation for personal development. And collaboration within the team is great, with a casual atmosphere: I really enjoy working here.”
Jochen | Head of Quality Assurance
“I felt straight away that EOS truly lives according to its values. I am respected as a person, and my skills are valued. EOS is a family-owned company that’s traditionally minded and acts sustainably. Relationships with employees, customers and suppliers are designed for the long term. As Head of Quality Assurance, I expect my employees to show passion for their work. We monitor the high quality standards shared by every individual in the company. That’s how we help to meet the customer’s expectations every day.”
Daniela | Commissioning Technician Polymer
“Before joining EOS, I worked at a large corporation and wanted to study. I applied here because industrial 3D printing is an extremely exciting technology of the future. During my interview, they already dedicated lots of time to showing me around the entire production facilities. That’s something you’ll only see in a family business. Performance is valued, people are treated fairly, and your colleagues are just as approachable as your managers. I feel at home with EOS.”
Oskar | Team Manager Assembly Metal
“Even though I’ve been with the company for more than 20 years, I’m still enthusiastic about technology, the pioneering spirit and sticking together. As an employer, EOS makes sure to provide favorable framework conditions – from a beautiful working environment to good price-performance ratio in the canteen. In my team, I find it important for us to work together positively in a manner that allows everyone to contribute their knowledge and insight. That’s the only way to achieve something special together and take advantage of new and undiscovered potential. Our mechatronics engineers perform interdisciplinary work, ranging from electronics to pneumatics to mechatronics.”
Building up additive manufacturing, literally.
Although industrial 3D printing is currently on the rise and has long been more than just rapid prototyping, there are still challenges associated with building additive manufacturing infrastructure. Our colleagues in the Additive Minds team bring together passion for technology, application knowledge and consulting know-how from countless projects to offer targeted support to our customers. Something they always need: the ability to think outside the box and suggest new ideas.
Marius | Team Manager Digital AM Solutions
“Imagine that your customer wants to make a single integrated part from 248 different components. It sounds unthinkable at first – but that’s where I come into play as a consultant. Together with my colleagues in the development and applications departments, we find ways to implement the requirements with additive manufacturing. That’s what’s exciting about my job! We support our customers and partners with technology, know-how and consulting. Every contact with a customer reminds me that I provide added value and my job makes a difference.”
Knowing and serving customers, made to measure.
Having a direct line to customers and acquiring deep knowledge of market trends and needs – that’s what drives our colleagues from the sales and business development departments. Another goal is to bring this know-how into the company to ensure that systems and solutions by EOS are perfectly matched with customer requirements. It’s a world of its own that demands both technical knowledge and strong teamplay skills, as well as a flair for the subtler aspects of interpersonal relationships.
Vinu | Business Development Manager
“My greatest passions are aviation and additive manufacturing. So EOS was my first choice when searching for a job. The company is the innovation leader for industrial 3D printing – I’d guess that it accounts for maybe two-thirds of the world’s entire know-how in this area. As a business development manager, I work closely with customers and colleagues to make additive manufacturing as useful as possible for aviation. In this environment, our technology needs to be 100% reliable – that’s what makes it so appealing to me.”
Michaela | Sales Manager
“After almost ten years at the same corporation, I was looking for a company with exciting and innovative technology where I could still make a difference myself. EOS is perfect. As a key account manager, I work alongside creative and interesting people both on the customer side and internally. The requirements are never the same, always leading us down new paths and sometimes forcing us to improvise. It’s a very exciting and diverse job – often challenging and full of hurdles – but with a good team spirit and a shared goal, you can achieve great things.”
Rachel | Customer Relations Manager
“I have seen strong growth at EOS in the last 6 years, and my career has grown with it. There are always new challenges, as well as opportunities and a sense of achievement. One of my challenges was to manage all five distributors in Korea remotely, without AM or sales experience. But, in the end, I did it, thanks to support and guidance from my colleagues and superiors. Establishing the EOS technical center in Japan was just as instructive. My role was to handle cost calculations, location search and discussions about machine arrangements etc. Currently, I am supporting my sales colleagues in implementing a new program. I am looking forward to the next challenge!”
Finding solutions locally, around the globe.
EOS systems help customers from around the globe to implement their innovations and manufacture high-quality products. The technical service performs commissioning and maintenance to ensure that systems are 100 % ready for use. Our colleagues are experts in EOS technology and enjoy cracking tricky problems when customers experience a snag. They’re supported by headquarters, which oversees collaboration across the relevant interfaces and provides any necessary information. Deep technical knowledge is just as important to everyday service as proactive and open communication with all project participants.
Christoph | Field Service Engineer
“Service technicians provide tech support to our customers, either directly from our headquarters or on site with maintenance and bugfixes. Every day is different, and our tasks are very diverse – whether we’re working on new software, new generations of systems or the recently introduced remote services. EOS is special because of the exciting technology of industrial 3D printing, the fact that we can actively get involved and the way you are valued by your managers and colleagues. As a service technician, you’re a one-man show, but you also have a great team behind you.”
Michael | Second Level Support Specialist
“My colleagues and I come into play when our service technicians need support or the customer is having prototypes installed. It’s exciting to be involved in development projects and contribute our perspective from the field to future EOS products. But it’s my colleagues who motivate me from day to day. We have very different backgrounds – some people have 20 years of experience in 3D printing, others have had completely different careers. We all pull our weight when we need to and contribute what we know. We also spend some leisure time together to strengthen our team spirit.”
Sebastian | Second Level Support Spezialist
“The area of service varies tremendously, as we are involved in everything from the installation and maintenance of the systems all the way to troubleshooting. If our customers don't know what their next move should be, I find the fastest possible solutions. This requires some brain power. I am always thrilled whenever I am able to figure things out with the customer. Being with the customer on location is a highlight for me. For one, I get to see what the customers produce with our systems. Also, I get to travel a bit – whether it's to different countries or other companies, from inventors all the way to automotive groups."
Everything at the right place and the right time, keeping track of it all.
Throughout the entire value chain, the EOS logistics and purchasing teams ensure that processes unfold smoothly and high customer satisfaction is achieved. The logistics department coordinates all internal and external processes, from ordering to receipt of goods by the customer, as well as any processes between suppliers, customers and the production department. Our colleagues in the purchasing department are experts and bridge-builders who are responsible for maintaining positive business relationships between EOS and our suppliers. Both teams share the same objective of keeping an agile world under control to guarantee uninterrupted supply and profitable operations.
Carsten | Specialist Order Planning
“Getting to see what you’re working toward is not necessarily a given in my job. I’m much more involved in the technology here than I typically would be elsewhere. We’re part of the development of new products from the very beginning and can contribute our own insight. This allows us to work much more efficiently when preparing for production and eliminate many potential sources of error at an early stage. This approach is typical for EOS. You get involved together and look for the best solution – no matter which department you come from.”
Angela | Specialist Order Processing
“Naturally – in customer order processing, we need to represent EOS positively and offer excellent service to customers before and after delivery. To achieve this, we maintain high quality standards and work very precisely. But that doesn’t mean that our teams miss out on all the fun. We have strong team cohesion and help each other out. Exchanging with my international colleagues is an enriching experience for me every single day. If you’re thinking about joining us, you should be customer-oriented and open-minded, and you should definitely have a sense of humor.”
Stilianos | Warehouse Logistics Professional
“EOS doesn’t have traditional warehouses with monotonous work. From large EOS systems to office supplies, we manage all incoming and outgoing goods, packaging and internal transport and constantly monitor our inventory. We’re also a great team – relaxed, open and always ready for fun. Everybody’s opinion counts, and we all have the chance to get involved. For example, we had the freedom to reorganize the warehouse according to our own ideas to make our processes easier and more efficient.”
Keeping the business running.
Every company has teams working behind the scenes to ensure that the core business continues to run smoothly. For us, this includes the finance department, which is responsible for budget oversight, human resources, which is the first point of contact for any staffing questions, and various classical administrative offices, ranging from facility management to IT, which is responsible for ensuring intelligent networking between EOS systems and the office landscape.
Dietmar | Head of Facility Management
“Managing buildings, supporting technical systems and accompanying a property throughout its lifecycle from start to finish – that’s what I love doing. For that, you need an agile company that offers freedom, not a corporation that drags you down. EOS is the perfect place for me and my team because we‘re not caught up in fixed processes. We tackle our work, develop ideas and implement them. This ensures that everything keeps running smoothly behind the scenes – whether ensuring that in-house technology stays functional or managing the company catering, creating attractive workplaces or planning new locations.”
Gerald | IT Infrastructure Engineer
“Why am I so happy at EOS? The interactions with others, the team spirit and the leadership style. We support one another whenever somebody has too much on their plate. EOS and our managers also offer us the space and time we need to balance our everyday lives: we can always clear our heads and minds with table football, regular meet-ups after work and short walks. I deeply appreciate the working and scheduling flexibility – for example, if I need to leave work earlier to fetch my children, or if I want to work on documentation in peace and quiet from home.”
Romana | Team Manager Finance Excellence
“If you want to help build and design processes, you’re in the right place. It motivates me every day to be part of global growth in an international team and get involved in a wide range of topics. For example, when we founded our branch in Shanghai, I was responsible for commercial project management and overall coordination. It’s a great feeling to create a new EOS team in a country that is culturally and legally so different, getting business off the ground and making sure the auditors sign off on all of the local details.”