Careers in Manufacturing
Learn about manufacturing careers at Intel, including day-to-day roles such as working in high-tech fabrication facilities with the most advanced processes, skills a candidate needs, and current opportunities.
Manufacturing technicians and specialists are at the heart of Intel's mission to build the world's best processors. They work at our high-tech fabrication facilities worldwide, using the most advanced manufacturing processes and tools. If you enjoy working with the latest technology in a rewarding, fast-paced environment, a career in manufacturing at Intel may be for you.
As a manufacturing technician, you will work to produce the latest technologies for microprocessors and network processors.
Automation Engineers are responsible for the full software lifecycle, from vision and requirements analysis to implementation, support, and continuous improvement. The objective is to deliver the next Intel computing breakthrough with speed, efficiency, and economy. And then to do it again.
One of the things I love about working at Intel are many of the fun activities we get to look forward to throughout the year. We have summer picnics for the family, a yearly open house, and team-building events each quarter. We also have a challenge that we have to meet for each new development process. If we meet it, we have a BIG event, usually in downtown Portland. ― Licia, Manufacturing Technician, Hillsboro, OR, USA
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