Architectural Project Engineer - Global Construction Engineering- Wroclaw Poland
Global Construction Engineering (GCE) is responsible for the design and engineering of all of Intel's major manufacturing and cleanroom projects at various locations across the globe. We are a team of specialized in-house architects and engineers in a highly collaborative environment. We work together with our factory, operations, and supply chain partners to deliver some of the most technically challenging projects in the world with demanding schedules and cost constraints.
Architectural scope includes oversite of site master planning, site permitting, and building design. Architectural scope includes building faade, space layout and planning, interior fixture selections, and roofing systems.
This role entails intensive planning & design efforts in various areas of this function, for this project and related projects.
As an Architectural Project Engineer in Global Construction Engineering your responsibilities will include but are not limited to:
- Communicate with local jurisdictions.
- Building and fire code analysis.
- Occupancy and exiting studies.
- Structural evaluation and scoping
- Serve as Owner's representative to provide technical guidance and issue resolution to supply chain partners performing detailed design and construction.
- Primary interface and coordinate with contract design, construction, scheduling, and estimating resources.
- Primary interface with facilities staff and project managers to enable facility design efforts for their area of expertise.
- Define design criteria, lead scope definition and justification, develop design concepts, and oversee completion of positioning, programming, and detailed design.
- Collaborate with estimators to ensure costs are captured and project budgets are met.
- Exhibit strong knowledge of Intel's master specifications and standards yet use the change management process to improve standards and drive innovative solutions.
- Collaborate and share learnings with their counterparts at other sites across the globe.
- Build and drive safety culture of caring in every business environment, office to the construction sites, and from front-end planning to construction execution.
The successful candidate should exhibit the following behavioral traits:
- Written, visual and verbal communication - especially in communicating technical issues.
- Collaborate across engineering disciplines, organizations, and geographic boundaries.
- Team and quality oriented.
Champion and value the safety culture of caring throughout the project lifecycle
You must possess the below minimum qualifications to be initially considered for this position. Preferred qualifications are in addition to the minimum requirements and are considered a plus factor in identifying top candidates.
The candidate must possess a bachelor's degree in Architecture or a closely related field with 4+ years of experience in design and construction of architectural systems.
Fluency in English and Polish
- Focus on industrial, semiconductor, and cleanroom projects.
- Experience with building and fire codes and hazardous occupancies.
- Familiarity with Autocad, Revit, Navisworks, BIM360 and other 2D and 3D modeling tools.
- Registration as a Professional Architect.
- Experience developing alternate materials and methods strategies for building/fire code compliance
The final location for this role will be the Wrocław site, with the interim location being Home Based Office until the Wrocław office premises are available.
Intel announced that it has selected an area near Wrocław, Poland, as the site of a new cutting-edge semiconductor assembly and test facility. This facility will help meet critical demand for assembly and test capacity that Intel anticipates by 2027. Design and planning for the facility will begin immediately, with construction to commence pending state aid approval procedure by the European Commission and the Polish Government. Intel’s planned investment in Poland adds to Intel’s current and future plans for Europe, including its existing wafer fabrication facility in Leixlip, Ireland and its planned wafer fabrication facility in Magdeburg, Germany. Combined, these facilities will help create an end-to-end leading-edge semiconductor manufacturing value chain across Europe. It will also serve as a catalyst for additional ecosystem investments and innovation in Poland and the European Union."