Start your dream technical career with real-world professional engineering experience on your CV or resume. Intel's Rotation Engineers Program (REP) is a full-time, one-year technical development program for top recent college graduates who have technical degrees and strong interpersonal skills.
The program allows you to accelerate your career growth and find your ideal fit within Intel by placing you in important roles with various business groups handling hardware design, software design, manufacturing, and marketing. With the REP, you select three four-month rotations in technical areas that match your interest and passion, such as processor architecture, chipset design, and flash memory.
Craig Barrett, Intel's former Chairman of the Board, developed the Rotation Engineer Program in 1987. It is designed to give top technical talent the knowledge and skills necessary for success at Intel.
While taking part in the REP, you will work on many challenging projects that will allow you to:
Your REP experience will give you an understanding of how you best fit within the company, and the confidence and skills to take on leadership positions.
We are looking for excellent students with BS, MS, or PhD degrees in engineering and an aptitude for rapid integration into our projects. We also value excellent communication and interpersonal skills, internship and work experience, demonstrated leadership ability, and team-building skills.
To qualify for the Intel Rotation Engineer Program, you must be legally authorized to accept full-time, permanent employment without employer sponsorship.
Go to the Your Candidate Profile page and register as a New Candidate or login as a Returning User. Upload your curriculum vitae (CV) or resume to our database, ensure your data is correct, and answer a few questions about your background and interests. In your CV/resume objective, please indicate your interest in "REP."
If you meet Intel's minimum education and experience qualifications, we will contact you by email.
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