Manufacturing Technicians and Specialists at Intel build the world’s best processors. As one of our Manufacturing and Technical professionals, you will have the chance to create the next generation of products using some of the world’s most advanced manufacturing processes. This includes working in one of our Fabrication facilities, which are the most technologically advanced, high volume manufacturing plants in the world. As part of Manufacturing at Intel, you would be part of world-leading wafer production creating the very latest semiconductor devices. Those little chips that power your pc, tablet, smartphones, and wearable devices? That’s us!

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What We Make Possible

As the world's largest chip manufacturer, we strive to make every facet of semiconductor manufacturing state of the art, from facilities themselves to packaging and delivery. With factories located around the globe, our Intelligent Fabs are key to our manufacturing leadership.

Our vast supply chain involves 16,000 suppliers in 100 countries managing the production and delivery of over 8,000 different products. We also perform more than 511,000 maintenance activities per year and monitor and analyze 1.8 million sensors every five seconds, 24 hours a day. We could not manage world-class operations without our most valuable resource—our employees. Our Corporate Services provide onsite services and experiences that help employees stay safe, productive, fit, and fed. This includes ground and air transportation assistance along with complimentary fruit and beverages. In fact, we serve more than 18 million pieces of fruit and 2 million gallons of drinks annually.

We understand the responsibility we have to our communities and planet. We are committed to environmental sustainability and strive to make Intel green. Our sustainability efforts include investing in conservation projects, setting company-wide environmental targets, and driving reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, energy use, water use, and waste generation.

An Insight Into What You Will Do

At Intel, you will have the opportunity to learn and develop a variety of valuable technical and manufacturing skills, from operations to equipment repair and troubleshooting, in a demanding and rewarding production environment.

There are many ways you can support Manufacturing at Intel. As a Manufacturing Technician or Specialist, you will be responsible for specialized processing equipment in a clean room environment. You will be able to perform validation, debugging, and preventative maintenance while supporting engineering functions as an Intel Lab Technician. As a Facilities Technician, you will have the chance to do a do a little of everything—from managing mechanical systems and electrical distribution to monitoring water purity and waste management—helping keep our manufacturing facilities operating to our high standards. Interested in supporting our Global Supply Chain? You will deliver leading sourcing and procurement solutions across the company to enable business partner's success.

For an exciting and challenging career, consider Intel Manufacturing opportunities at our cutting-edge facilities worldwide.

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Hua

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Hua

Area Manager

"I manage an incredible manufacturing team who always deliver best in class service with amazing results. We have a strong focus on safety, quality, yield, output, cost, and people development. Intel is no longer just a CPU company, but has instead adjusted its strategy to embrace the age of AI, VR, Autonomous Drive and 5G."

Hamad

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Hamad

Manufacturing Technician

"I enjoy coming to work each day because I know I will face complex problem solving. In my group we produce the source and drain layer of the transistors on silicon wafers. The quality of this layer growth directly affects the processor's speed and stability. Faster processors mean faster and smoother software - and this is what our customers and end users truely value. "

Lisa

Manufacturing Technician

Lisa

Manufacturing Technician

"I work in the Lithography group who are responsible for performingg a critical step in the chip manufacturing process by producing images on the wafer using different materials and methods. I really enjoy this complex and challenging work."

Natalie

Cost Manager

Natalie

Cost Manager

"I am proud to manage and be part of a group that continues to support and influence the journey of reducing costs in this dynamic business environment. Our work on factory spending performance impacts Intel’s wafer cost and the whole product line’s profitability."