Revolutionary manufacturing — something Intel has long been known for. Operating 24/7 in plants around the world, Intel's manufacturing processes are precision tuned to perform with maximum efficiency and quality to produce fast, smart, and more energy-efficient technologies. The objective is to deliver the next Intel computing breakthrough with speed, efficiency, and economy. And then to do it again.
In manufacturing automation you might develop automation applications and infrastructure, including software applications and software systems, or provide testing and configuration assistance.
Our manufacturing engineers research and develop Intel's next-generation automation systems. The focus is on flexible manufacturing, experiment management, user interfaces, and process control to enable high-volume factory ramps.
Our manufacturing or automation engineers are responsible for the full software lifecycle, from vision and requirements analysis to implementation, support, and continuous improvement. And, with Intel's senior positions, you'll combine engineering and manufacturing work with management responsibilities.
The Connected Factory
Our manufacturing and process technology provides Intel with a competitive edge.
Innovation at Intel
Intel relentlessly innovates throughout all areas of the corporation including manufacturing, circuitry, silicon technology, and more.
Successful candidates for these positions typically have advanced degrees in computer science, information systems, computer engineering, industrial engineering, mechanical engineering, or other technical engineering fields with seven to ten years of working experience. A strong understanding of the hardware and software development lifecycle and superior computer troubleshooting skills are also important.
Hillsboro, OR, USA
"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 teambuilding 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."