Being a Backend Engineer at Intel

One company, many possibilities

Have you ever found yourself dealing with a problem? Most likely that the answer is yes. If you tried to resolve it, failed and moved on – you can stop reading here, there is a lot of interesting reading material in this website on other pages. But if you tried to resolve it, failed, and then tried again, and again, and again until you fixed it – You're an Intel Backend Engineer material.

Backend Engineers at Intel take a significant part in creating the world's leading chips. They know the chips in an almost intimate way, identifying faults and correcting issues. They strive constantly to resolve whatever problems occur and therefore no one knows their piece of the chip better than them.

Our Backend Engineers can be found in our most advanced and innovative projects, working on the front line of chip technology and standing shoulder to shoulder with other teams to create Intel's amazing products. What's unique about this role at Intel, is that the Backend Engineers don't feel like a small cork, but they can see the bigger picture and understand how they blend in and what important role they play in it, to make the process much more effective and the final product the best possible.

Thanks to the large diversity of projects at Intel, the Backend Engineers can find amazing growth opportunities across the organization, and refresh themselves with new projects, products or departments every once in a while.

The experiences our Backend Engineers undergo, alongside the most advanced tools and technology and the best teammates the market can offer, promise an amazing career full of interest and professional fulfillment. And if along the way they encounter a problem – don't worry, they'll know how to fix it…


Are you a Backend Engineer material?

If so, you probably have:

  • B.Sc/M.Sc. in Computer Science / Computer Engineering / Electrical Engineering.
  • Experienced in deep-submicron IC/SOC backend design
  • Experienced in ICC layout in terms of floorplan, CTS, routing, power dimensioning etc.
  • Knowledgeable in timing closure techniques for multi-corner, multi-mode.
  • Familiarity with timing constraint
  • Familiarity with synthesis, STA, power/IR analysis, layout verification

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