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What We Make Possible

We strive to make every facet of semiconductor manufacturing state of the art, from facilities themselves to packaging and delivery.

Producing a microprocessor takes hundreds of steps in the world’s cleanest environment, carried out by skilled experts who are meticulously trained to move atoms and molecules.

No other company has our fab foundation, in-house research and development capabilities, innovation pipeline, and integrated device manufacturer advantage—a unique set of complementary capabilities that will redefine what’s possible in computing.

What you’ll Do

As a key player in advancing our innovations, you will get the chance to design, execute and analyze specified engineering experiments that keep Intel at the top of the technology industry. You will help develop intellectual property, work in collaboration with suppliers to design new equipment and develop equipment improvements. Additionally, you will be able to operate the manufacturing line to enable optimal, efficient production of complex microprocessors.

Your experience in laser optics, digital signal processing (DSP), and image processing will be key to the role. You should demonstrate familiarity with statistical process control (SPC) or design of experiments (DOE) principles. You must possess a Ph.D. in an engineering or science discipline such as physics, applied physics, chemistry, materials science, bioengineering, and chemical, electrical, mechanical, biochemical, and computer engineering.

A Job Like Mine

Fahad Jan

Intel Module and Integration Yield Engineer

Fahad Jan

Intel Module and Integration Yield Engineer

“Intel is a place where I’m constantly challenging myself to find new ways to solve problems that make a difference. I’m helping to make people’s lives easier, more efficient, and more productive. That’s why I decided to work here.”

Dr. Chemar Huntley

Intel Process Engineer

Dr. Chemar Huntley

Intel Process Engineer

“At Intel, I continue to disassociate from the normality of a Process Engineer and seek to pursue my passion of technological research to improve and advance the quality of our products.”

Cortnie Vogelsberg

Intel Technology Development Group Leader

Cortnie Vogelsberg

Intel Technology Development Group Leader

“Despite being in engineering, our problem-solving is highly people-based and collaborative in nature. No one day is ever the same. I like how flexible the work can be. As long as there’s an interesting problem or puzzle that I can latch on to and solve, I’m happy.”

Christopher Hobbs

Intel Process Engineer

Christopher Hobbs

Intel Process Engineer

“The culture at Intel encourages teamwork and excellence. But it’s not all work and no play! There are always events happening, from sport to music to holiday celebrations. I feel lucky to be part of a team that’s bringing great science to the real world—and enjoying ourselves while we do so.”

Intel In The US

Our global network and manufacturing footprint provides us with the scale, capacity, and global reach to establish new technologies with better quality control. We recognize that the health of local economies— especially those where our employees live and work – is critical for our shared success.

Intel in California

Intel in California

We have 15,000 California employees at three major sites in Santa Clara, San Jose, and Folsom, and research and development sites in Irvine and San Diego.

Intel in Oregon

Intel in Oregon

With 20,000 employees at four campuses west of Portland in Washington County, our Oregon operations are our largest concentration of facilities and talent in the world

Intel in Arizona

Intel in Arizona

With more than 10,000 employees across two campuses, we manufacture microprocessors that power data centers and hundreds of millions of smart and connected devices worldwide.

Intel in New Mexico

Intel in New Mexico

Since establishing operations in the state in 1980, Intel has invested more than $15 billion in New Mexico to develop advanced high-tech manufacturing capacity