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at Samsung Semiconductor

Samsung Semiconductor is powered by engineers, researchers, accountants and marketers. Whether you’re an intern, experienced professional or PhD, we have opportunities for you to break through with your next move!

Research & Development / Engineering

R&D for global products happens every day
in our Silicon Valley HQ
where our Engineers
and Research Scientists are developing
leading-edge technologies.
We demand the best of each other so that,
together, we can design product solutions
that will power the future.

Let your technical
brilliance shine

Join Samsung Semiconductor’s elite team of
Engineers, Research Scientists,
and Design
Architects across S.LSI, MPL, SoC, R&D Display,
R&D Device Lab, and Foundry teams.

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SSI is made up
of thought leaders.
By staying close to our
counterparts around
we build on the
latest technological
advancements to
serve our global

Sales & Marketing

Feel the energy and excitement of making new
connections and closing deals
in the world’s
fastest moving tech sector.
Take pride in
representing a company
with a rich history of
design innovation, industry firsts, and
groundbreaking products.

Step into the fast lane

Join Samsung Semiconductor’s winning team of
Product Marketers,
Sales and Account Managers,
and Business
Development Leads across
broad ecosystem of Memory, Foundry, System LSI,
Display and LED.

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Work is amazing.
We are leaders in the market
our technology and the
who join are
interested in doing
real work.

Support teams

Bring your Expertise – We wouldn’t be the industry
leader in semiconductor technology
without our Support Teams—their work is behind all of Samsung Semiconductor’s
Find the work you love and share
in the joy of
bringing life-changing technology to the world.

Bring your expertise

Join Samsung Semiconductor’s influential team of
HR, MarCom, Legal,
Finance, IT,
General Affairs,
and Building Management professionals.

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We value in person time
to connect,
to celebrate.
It’s part of our Korean
and U.S. culture.