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Look Inside Intel Ireland…..

 

At Intel, we thrive on inspiration. That’s why we put brilliant minds together and give them the tools to succeed. If you’re looking to make an impact, Intel is the perfect place.

At Intel, you will be part of a culture that thrives on innovation and celebrates performance. If you want to keep learning, you will appreciate our continuing education and research opportunities. And if global career options and flexibility are what you are looking for, you will enjoy the Intel approach to Career Paths. One that helps you build on your engineering passions.

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Intel has 3 sites in Ireland; Leixlip, Shannon and Belfast.

 

Opportunities at Intel

At Intel, we have numerous opportunities available in the following and related areas:

  • Computer & Software Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Chemistry
  • Nanoscience / Nanotechnology
  • Electronic Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechatronics
  • Physics

 

We also hire into our Corporate Groups such as Corporate Services, Environmental Health & Safety, Supply Chain Management, Finance and HR.

 

Intel Leixlip

The Leixlip campus is the largest of Intel’s three sites located in Ireland. The site is home to the Fab 24 semi-conductor wafer fabrication facilities, Silicon Nanoelectronics Research, Product Development and the Innovation Open Lab.

Intel Shannon

Intel Shannon was formed in 2000 and provides a single integrated point of focus for Intel activity in embedded market segments in EMEA. The Software engineering team in Shannon, a part of Intel’s ECG (Embedded Computing Group), is tasked with delivering innovative embedded computing and communications solutions, on Intel platforms.

Intel Belfast

The team at Intel Belfast has built a market-leading API Monetization Platform that is used by many of the world’s leading Communications Service Providers to drive innovation, create new services and monetize their significant network resources. In response to growing market demand for our solutions, we are now developing the next generation of products that will extend our global market leadership.

 

What we offer….

At Intel, brilliance pays. You work hard, we return the favour. Some of our benefits include:

  • Competitive Salary
  • Pension
  • Bonus Systems
  • Healthcare
  • Continuous Training & Development
  • Fitness Centre
  • Relaxation Areas
  • Canteen with free Fruit, Drinks and Popcorn
  • Sports & Social Club

 

Contact

For details on all our opportunities and to set up a candidate profile, visit intel.com/jobs/ireland

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2017 Graduate Software Engineer

  • 30000 - 40000
  • Updated 22/08/2016
  • Clare

As a Graduate Software Engineer, you will work with Intel Data Centre Group (DCG) Software development teams to deliver leading edge enterprise and communications platforms.

Front End Design/Verification Engineer

  • 45000 - 55000
  • Updated 17/08/2016
  • Clare

Developing the micro-architectural specification of complex design block(s) - Logic implementation of complex design block(s) using RTL coding techniques - Responsible for the pre-silicon functional verification of complex digital designs

IOT/Wearable Graduate Design Engineer

IOT/Wearable Graduate Design Engineer at Intel Ireland

Senior Software Engineer

  • 45000 - 55000
  • Updated 07/08/2016
  • Clare

• Honours degree in Computer Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Computer Science, or similar. • Minimum of 5 years software development experience. • Good knowledge of C/C++ programming, especially in developing multi-core or multi-threaded software. • Good knowledge of Linux operating system

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Intel Tech Role - job progression difficult

Anonymous in Leixlip, Ireland
current employee in Aug. 2016
23/08/2016

The Best Bits

Good benefits - basic health insurance, quarterly bonus. Good facilities...gym

Things to improve

They could provide better training. A lot of the training is provided through specs and written procedures. Once you are trained to a certain level the scheduled maintenance can become quiet mundane. The Training to reach the next level is not great so it is hard to further develop once you reach a certain level. This is an area they could definitely improve in. When in the tech role there is no encouragement to further your studies outside the job, which makes it difficult to climb the ladder and progress to a new job role. There only seems to be financial support and allocated time off provided for further education and for certain business units, which is unfair. This means if you go back to college you most likely have to pay for it yourself and use annual leave for youtr studies.A lot of the engineers are new hires and do not come from inside the company which makes it hard for techs to progress as there is not much cross over between these job roles. There seems to be a huge salary gap between technicians who are there 10+ years and employees that are doing the same work but are with the company only a couple of years, even though the work they are doing is exactly the same. This is not a great encouragement for new hires in the company.

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Great benefits, even better people, poor career prospects

Anonymous in Leixlip, Ireland
former employee in 2016
22/08/2016

The Best Bits

Fellow Techs, Benefits, Quarterly Team Building Events and working in the most advanced factory in the world.

Things to improve

No defined career path for Technician Role, Limited Training and not encouraged to up-skill/return to college. Technicians overlooked for most promotions, Engineering staff have better prospects. Performance based pay is left totally at the discrepancy of your manager. No system in place to fairly monitor performance across various areas and shifts. Working hard and being a valued member of your team wont always reflect a good performance review. Big difference in pay between people with 1-3 years experience and 10 years+ for doing the exact same role. Once you reach 15+ years service, highly likely you will targeted for redundancy.

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Negatives outway the positives

Anonymous in Leixlip, Ireland
former employee in 2016
23/08/2016

The Best Bits

Benefits such as healthcare and life insurance, access to a 24hr gym, yearly and quarterly bonus's and great onsite facilities such as a coffee shop, barber and 24hr canteen

Things to improve

Support systems for going back to college are non existant as a technician - financially and from a time management perspective - which is falsely portrayed as one of the benefits by the company when starting at the company, unequal workloads spread within the group - leads to the same couple of people with doing the bulk of the work - with little or no reward as you are not always credited with the work you've done , no career progression as a technician

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