Bosch, a German engineering and electronics company, plans to hire 400 people at its new Engineering Center in Bucharest where engineers will work to develop solutions in the areas of automated, electric and connected mobility. Following the successful implementation of hybrid work in 2021, Bosch will continue to apply this flexible model worldwide. The new positions are for software and hardware engineers. Nationally, Bosch ranks seventh out of 100 in the 2021 ranking of Most Desired Employers and remains the second most desired employer in the automotive industry for the third year in a row.
The Bosch Group has been present in Romania for 27 years and employs around 8,160 people in five entities. In 2020, Bosch recorded sales of €448 million in the Romanian market.
In addition to its R&D centre in Cluj and its Mobility Solutions production units in Cluj and Blaj, Bosch also operates an industrial technology production unit, also located in Blaj, and a business process outsourcing (BPO) service centre in Timisoara.
In Bucharest, Bosch operates a sales office for products in the Mobility Solutions, Consumer Goods and Building and Energy Technology sectors. In addition, a subsidiary of BSH Hausgeräte GmbH, active in the household appliances market is also based in Bucharest.