Lexington | Lexmark United States


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Position Location Business Area
Electrical Engineering Technologist Lexington, KY Engineering & Design
Firmware Engineer Lexington, KY Engineering & Design
Firmware Engineer - Connectivity Solutions Lexington, KY Engineering & Design
Firmware Engineer - Embedded Security Lexington, KY Engineering & Design
Firmware Engineer Student (Summer 2023) Lexington, KY College co-op/internship
Firmware Test and Development Engineer Lexington, KY Engineering & Design
Hardware Operations Process Engineer Lexington, KY Manufacturing
Process Engineer - Hardware Operations Lexington, KY Manufacturing
SAP Solutions Architect (S/4 HANA) Lexington, KY Information Technology
Senior Pricing Analyst - MPS Lexington, KY Finance & Accounting
Senior Treasury Analyst Lexington, KY Finance & Accounting
Sr SAP Solutions Architect Lexington, KY Information Technology
Technical Rotation Program - Electrical Engineering Lexington, KY Engineering & Design
Technical Rotation Program - Firmware Engineer Lexington, KY Engineering & Design

Lexington, Ky. – An emerging city built on Southern charm and hospitality

Lexmark’s corporate headquarters is in the heart of Kentucky’s Bluegrass region. Lexington is home to the University of Kentucky and is an economic hub of business, arts and culture surrounded by a beautiful landscape of rolling hills and horse farms.

The 300-acre Lexmark campus has amenities such as an onsite wellness center, a state-of-the-art day care center with a STEAM-focused curriculum (science, technology, engineering, arts and math), credit union, cafeterias, coffee shops and inside walking routes. In addition, the Legacy Trail, a 12-mile walking and biking path that runs from downtown Lexington to the Kentucky Horse Park, passes right through Lexmark.

Living in Lexington

Lexington blends southern charm and tradition with the hustle and bustle of an emerging, diverse city. Residents are drawn to the many outdoor activities, its beautiful countryside and change of seasons. Lexington offers a range of cultural attractions, including a professional symphony orchestra, several museums, art galleries and professional theater. The city is also known for keeping its historic feel and offers tours of many classic sites, including homes, parks, horse farms and distilleries. World class, independently owned restaurants, along with great shopping and antiquing, make Lexington a unique place to live. Learn more about living and working in Lexington at www.lexingtonky.gov and www.visitlex.com.