Launch your engineering career working side-by-side with the industry's leading technologists on high-profile projects across the corporation. Intel's Rotation Engineer Program (REP) is a full-time, 18-month technical development program for top college graduates with technical degrees and strong leadership skills.
Technical groups strategically and exclusively select and host program participants for three six-month rotations and provide final placement at the end of the program. Developed through the choice of rotations, as well as special training, mentoring and career coaching, rotation engineers assume influential positions as technical contributors and leaders.
Rotation selection is flexible and based on the rotation engineer's individual skills and career interests as well as the needs of the hosting group. While there's a great deal of variety among rotations, they all share a common feature—each is challenging, is specifically selected to provide a key experience in the growth of the engineer's career, and has a direct impact on the technology development of the group.
Make an impact
We are looking for select talented engineers who are prepared to tackle issues associated with making the most sophisticated technology today. While taking part in the REP, you will work on teams to solve complex and technically challenging problems. More specifically, you will:
- Select two of three rotations, over an 18-month period, that offer you wide exposure to areas matching your career goals and technical skills.
- Develop a professional network across Intel including senior management, rotation host managers, and current or past rotation engineers.
- Immerse yourself in assignments and help your team achieve its project commitments.
- Increase your visibility, confidence, network, and skills to take on leadership positions.
- Understand how to make the most of your abilities within the company.
- Participate in regularly scheduled training events and face-to-face meetings with Intel's technical leaders and business executives.
- Assume a final placement position in your first host rotation group after graduating from the REP.
What you need
We are seeking technical problem solvers with the following qualifications:
- A PhD, MS, or BS degree in the engineering and science disciplines, particularly in:
- Chemical Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Computer Science
- Electrical Engineering
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Undergraduate candidates must have a GPA of 3.5 or better; graduate candidates must have a GPA of 3.75 or higher. Patents and publications are also valued.
- Have excellent leadership and communication skills, strong technical knowledge, and an ability to quickly adapt to new projects/assignments and work well on a diverse team.
- Have the unrestricted and indefinite right to work in the U.S. without sponsorship.
Where we're located
As a global company, Intel offers members of the REP opportunities to make an impact at our sites in the United States (Hillsboro, OR; Santa Clara, CA; Chandler, AZ; Austin, TX; and Folsom, CA), China, and Germany.
Rotation locations are not fixed; candidates have opportunities to change sites, which may also include positions at some of our international facilities.
How to apply
Go to Your Candidate Profile page and either register as a New Candidate, or login as a Returning User. Upload your resume to our database, ensure your data is correct, and answer a few questions about your background and interests. In your resume objective, please indicate your interest in "REP." If you meet Intel's minimum education and experience qualifications, we will contact you via email.
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