Engineering and Technology: Computer, Engineering and Technology: Electrical, Engineering and Technology: Manufacturing
4 Year Degree
Intel has hundreds of engineering opportunities available and we are looking for new and exciting perspectives like yours. Come be a part of our bold and curious teams of inventors and problem-solvers who continue to create some of the most astounding technology advancements and experiences in the world. Engineering career paths at Intel can take on many directions, from Integrated circuit engineering to hardware manufacturing and microprocessors where you can:
Write code that gets used by millions of people around the world!
Design and support Intel’s information technology architecture, as well as hardware, software, Web and e-commerce solutions.
Explore opportunities in networking, wireless, communications, flash memory, chipsets, motherboards, and more.
Help produce the latest technologies for microprocessors, network processors, and memory.
We have engineering opportunities (entry level and experienced) in the following areas:
Security/Cryptology Software Development
Tech & Manufacturing
At Intel we understand that to win the future of computing, we need different perspectives and ideas to accelerate the pace of innovation. We’re exploring new and creative ways to attract the best and brightest. In order to be considered for one of hundreds of opportunities, please click on the link and complete our talent form. We have a team of recruiters who are at the ready to review your information and reach out to you with just the right opportunity, so bring your brilliance and we’ll provide the opportunity for you to shine.
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IEEE Computer Society, and the Society of Physics Students (SPS) and Sigma Pi Sigma.