You know those small chips that power your pc, tablet, smartphones and wearable devices? Yes that’s us … You’re welcome!
We’re a world leader in wafer production creating the very latest semiconductor devices. Our team in Fab24 in Leixlip are producing 14nm technology .That’s Intel’s 6th generation of microprocessors. It’s such a cool place, we’re one of only 3 places on the planet that make this technology.
The Leixlip campus is also home to Intel’s IoT (Internet of Things) as well as the Wearables Group. Our Galileo board makes devices smart and interactive. Wearable devices like your watch, earphones and bracelets, we make it possible to integrate intelligent connectivity into virtually anything you wear! Our future makers Silicon Nano electronics Research Team, Product Development Group and Innovation Open Labs are also based in Intel Leixlip.
The folks out West have made Intel Shannon a core European R&D site for Intel’s Communications and Intelligent Systems businesses.
Now we’re in the security game too. Intel’s security team in Cork keeps you safe when browsing the internet and gaming online. Hackers beware, we’re watching!
Barry McCartin, MSc Energy Management, Dublin IT & previously Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering, University College Dublin, joined January 2015
Within Intel there is plenty of development prospects and there is a good career progression path laid out, so that as engineers, we continuously improve. However, it’s not all work and there are numerous charity events, social events and even 5-a-side football to provide ways to meet people from all over the Intel sites.
A key part of my job is finding ways to continuously improve the process in a variety of ways while keeping to key equipment operational indicators namely quality, cycle-time, capacity and cost.
Emma Carter, Bachelor of Business Studies, Dublin City University, Financial Analyst Intel Corporate Services, Joined July 2015
My favorite part about working for Intel is the culture of supporting a work life balance. I really enjoyed my internship at Intel and was excited to start back after college. They have a great training and development program which really helps you further your career. From training weeks to rotation programs, you are given the opportunity to spend time in different departments to improve your biz acumen and give you visibility to all aspects of finance. Another opportunity I recently took part in was “Intel does strictly” where we raised €37,500 for the site signature charities.
Shonagh Mullins , B.Eng.Tech in Automation Engineering, Dublin IT. Manufacturing Technician in the Lithography department
Since joining Intel, I have been offered the opportunity to increase my knowledge of the industry and advance my role within the company by availing of the numerous training and development classes available on-site. My primary duties include daily equipment monitoring and maintenance, Improving processes and the operational stability of the toolset.
During my downtime, I have been able to maintain a healthy lifestyle by utilizing the 24hr on-site fitness center. The Women in Intel Network (WIN) has also proven to be an excellent support system for me.
Family friendly programs like adoption assistance, childcare, education benefits, fertility benefits, and parental leaves are a few of the many offerings available to working parents.
You'll enjoy many opportunities to have fun and build community alongside your Intel peers. We offer perks that span outside the traditional definition of benefits; i.e. on-site conveniences, ticket giveaways for local sporting/cultural events, travel perks, discounted shopping programs, and much more.