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From our engineers, chemists, physicists and mathematicians to our computer boffins and administrators, we all share the ambition and conviction that as a non-for-profit association it is our duty to pursue research not for its own sake but for its practical application.
Fogra’s corporate culture reflects our values of scientific rigour, independence and trustworthiness. They define what it takes to work here, how we act and how we interact with members and customers from around the world.
Experience and knowledge
We are the perfect link between research and industry because each of Fogra's staff members became very proficient in the testing and certification services through their involvement in research, is a genuine expert in his or her field and has extensive experience of giving lectures or training courses.
A modern, international team
We are a lively mix of 50 young and experienced staff who speak almost 10 different mother tongues and who are drawn from all parts of the world. It is the exchanges between colleagues stimulated by our melting pot of cultures and specialisms that generate ideas, creativity, vitality and advances.
Our membership structure means that we are wedded to neutrality. Customers place absolute trust in us to deliver highly confidential expert opinions during disputes and also for security products. Our loyal members and customer base are the best evidence that our staff personify reliability and trustworthiness.
For the Security Applications department we are looking for a lab technician (m/f/d) with immediate effect:
For the Security Applications department we are looking for an apprentice as a lab technician (m/f/d) with immediate effect:
We are looking for a research assistant (m/f/d) for the Prepress Technology department with immediate effect:
Tell us about yourself and we’ll be in touch when we have a suitable vacancy.
I am Fogra.
“For me it’s not a profession but a calling. I am an inveterate tinkerer, inquisitive and interested in everything. I’ve always wanted to know precisely how and why something works. As a 12-year old kid, for example, I fiddled with a colour organ and the result was an electric shock and a power cut for the whole street. But it’s just the same when you are doing research. You keep getting knocked back even as you make progress overall.
I’ve spent over 30 years at Fogra. I identify with it so strongly that I think of myself as Fogra and the daily commute from my home in Augsburg is a pleasure.”
Head of the Security Applications department