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The World needs Innovations. We need you.

We create chemistry for a sustainable future and we are already looking for the answers to tomorrow's questions today. Chemical innovations make a crucial contribution, above and beyond existing solutions and to virtually all industry sectors.

The best team is the key to our success. 

Our employees make a significant contribution to BASF’s success: We rely on the engagement of our employees and give them the tools and skills necessary to be able to offer our customers differentiated and customized products, services and solutions.

BASF is a great place to build a rewarding, successful career: We cultivate a working environment that inspires and connects people. It is founded on inclusive leadership based on mutual trust, respect and dedication to top performance.

Come create chemistry with us!


In order to speed up our processes but also to offer you the best possible experience with us, we are introducing a new recruitment system as of September 27, 2023. Of course, there might be a few bumps on the road - our recruiting teams are still busy familiarizing themselves with the new system, which, as experience shows, takes a little time. We therefore ask for your patience and understanding.

The major goals of our time are sustainability and climate neutrality. For a successful transformation, we need motivated, qualified and committed employees who will shape this path with us. New technologies and digitalization are altering job profiles and create new ones.
Mitglied des Vorstands, Chief Technology Officer, Arbeitsdirektorin, Standortleiterin für das Werk Ludwigshafen, BASF SE, verantwortlich für die Bereiche European Site & Verbund Management; Global Engineering Services; Corporate Environmental Protection, Health & Safety; Advanced Materials & Systems Research; Bioscience Research; Process Research & Chemical Engineering; BASF New Business.

Dr. Melanie Maas-Brunner

Member of the Board of BASF SE


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