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Our technical consulting engineers are often the face of Intel technology. You'll provide expert consulting to Intel customers to help improve software quality and system performance, infuse the voice of the customer into the development process, and offer key education and training to support the sales organization.
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What You'll Bring
Technical knowledge, people skills, and outstanding problem solving add up to success for an Intel technical consulting engineer. These individuals think quickly in pressure situations and enjoy meeting customers face-to-face.
A successful candidate will have a bachelors or masters in Electrical Engineering or Computer Science, and some knowledge in industry segments such as oil, science, manufacturing, finance, multimedia, or enterprise. Good presentation skills in front of both small and large audiences in virtual or in-person environments are a plus. Experience or training with parallel programming methodologies in OpenMP*, MPI, Intel® Clik Plus, Intel® Threading Building Blocks, Intel Array Building Blocks or native threads; working knowledge of Linux* and Microsoft* Visual Studio C++ development environments; and developing, maintaining and supporting C++ and Fortran applications is beneficial.
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