Hardwired for the job
Hardwired for the job
Intel values the unique perspective of every individual. At Intel, we are problem solvers, innovators, and, inventors. At Intel we deliver excellence to our customers. We are a global team and the face of the future, creating a better tomorrow, today.
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Innovation isn't easy. Or quick to come by. So innovation in Intel is a challenging workplace where teams are diverse, competitive, and continually searching for tomorrow's technology and the brilliant minds to create it.
Meet Ann Marie Holmes, a native of Roscommon town and the factory manager at Intel’s Leixlip
Intel believes in empowering women, and is an active member of the employer's group Connecting Women in Technology
Intel aims to have 30% of its board members to be women
Intel prides itself on its community of LGBTQ+ through IBLOBE (Intel Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, or Transgender Employees)
"Building a better world is our business and we feel a sense of responsibility to lead the industry in diversity and inclusion. When every employee feels they have a voice and sense of belonging, Intel can be more innovative, agile, and competitive to achieve our greatest ambitions." Bob Swan, Chief Executive Officer at Intel.
We value the unique perspectives of every individual.
The successful candidate will join Intel Ireland R&D Semiconductor Test Development Group (IPSG/MPE/IR Organization). We are focused on the development of Test Programs for Intel's latest microprocessors, chipsets, and communication devices.
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What we will offer you
In this position you will work as part of an overall EHS team and will be primarily responsible for the development, co-ordination, continuous improvement and management of specific Industrial Hygiene (IH) programs onsite which may also involve close liaison with Safety engineers. Examples of site IH programs include hearing conservation, ionising and non-ionising radiation, laser safety and ventilation. In addition you will support the overall EHS management system and OHSAS 18001 / ISO 45001 standards which will involve close liaison with EHS engineers. Your responsibilities will include but not be limited to:
Conducting IH risk assessments and associated employee and/or area exposure monitoring for both physical and chemical hazards.
Supporting IH surveys associated with our Equipment Sign Off (ESO) program.
Act as the content expert in relation to assigned IH programs.
Support accident/incident investigation and root cause analysis.
Conduct regular audits to ensure compliance to regulatory requirements and internal standards.
Analyze data, identify trends and define focus areas.
You must possess a minimum of a NFQ Level 8 qualification in science, chemical or engineering and have completed either a H. Dip. or MSc. Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety from NUIG or an equivalent qualification as approved by the Faculty of the British Occupational Hygiene Society.
Work experience of approx. 2 years within the field is beneficial.
The successful candidate will join Intel Ireland R&D Semiconductor Test Development Group (DEG/MPE/IR Organization) on an eleven-month contract. We are focused on the development of Test Programs for Intel's latest microprocessors, chipsets, and communication devices.
You will be responsible for:
What we will offer you:
As the Intel Ireland Site Strategic Planner, you will own the Intel Ireland Site Master Plan and the various elements that enable that plan. You will be responsible for delivering planning permission and major utilities to enable development on the site. You will own the Growth Assessment and Positioning process for the site. The successful candidate will represent Intel externally, engaging with a wide breadth of external stakeholders including various statutory bodies and major utility providers. In addition, you will be required to manage outside contractors and specialists in completion of their work to support the site.
The successful candidate can expect to be engaged in and asked to lead teams working on a wide variety of work streams, including real estate and space planning, technical engineering problems, logistics, contract negotiation, legal, etc.
The successful candidate will also be accountable for fostering a team culture in which safety, procedural adherence, operational excellence and results orientation are the foundation. This successful candidate will need to maintain and develop relationships with a wide range of internal partner organisations, including Manufacturing and Operations, Technology Manufacturing Group Strategic Planning, Fab Construction Enterprise, Legal and Materials. The successful candidate must carry out their role with uncompromising integrity.
The successful candidate will initially work with the existing Site Strategic planner for a period of time, with a view to taking over the role in its entirety in due course.
The Intel Manufacturing & Operations Automation (M&OA) is seeking a Systems Engineer to join their Platform Engineering team to design & support different operating systems and hardware on prem or on cloud. The System Engineer will be responsible for designing next-generation Infrastructure architecture to support Fab and beyond.
Our Tool Install Design Managers are highly valued leaders of our Tool Install Central Engineering team. As a Design Manager you will be an expert in the tool install design process and will be responsible for all aspects of the tool install design program. This includes:
Financial: Cost forecasts and change order negotiations and approvals.
Design Processes: How we execute the designs, the content within the designs and the many systems used to create that content.
Workload Planning: Working with our AE (Architect and Engineering Firm) partners to level the workload in a way that maximizes efficiency and predictability and meets our internal customer needs.
Escalations: Act as the primary escalation point for our design suppliers, internal factory customers and trade contractors.
Analytics: Create and analyze metrics and reports that provide insights into process and poject health.
Customer Relationships: Make sure we make and meet our commitments while making it easy to work with us. You ensure we remain the designers of choice for our sophisticated factory customers.
Innovation: Exploring project over project incremental improvements to our business processes. Working throughout the ecosystem to pilot and refine our innovations.
We are looking for someone that knows how to develop and implement winning execution plans. We believe in using standardization and continuous learning to fule innovation. Our ideal candidate is organized and detailed oriented with a proven track record of strong communication. In our group (Tool Install Central Engineering), we perform the designs for the construction of all Intel's semiconductor fabrication tools around the globe. We perform thousands and thousands of designs every year which is why we use metrics to gauge process health with leading indicators that alert to an underperforming system. In your work with us, you will be at the center of a network of design, construction and manufacturing experts who are the best of the best in semiconductor construction. We are steering this organization into one that is lean, efficient, collaborative and partnering and we'd love the chance to welcome some new talent to the team.
Bachelor of science in mechanical, civil, electrical, structural or chemical engineering.
Minimum of 5 years of experience on design and construction. Focus on semiconductor, cleanroom or industrial projects is preferred.
Excellent written, visual and verbal communication.
Ability to influence others in a highly matrixed environment.
Ability to collaborate across engineering disciplines, organizations and geographic boundaries.
Team, customer and quality oriented.
Working knowledge of Intel tool install business processes.
Experience designing facility systems distribution systems (mechanical, electrical, chems, gases, controls).
Experience with using database analytics to drive insights.
Experience with project planning, coordination and integration.
Experience facilitating virtual meetings.
In any given workday, you will be given the responsibility to innovate and create an impact to our business. This role is for a Senior Construction Planner / Scheduling Manager with 20+ years' experience in the construction and ideally semiconductor industry. The selected candidate must have a proven track record of strong people leadership skills and driving organizational health improvement. This individual will be working within a highly matrixed environment; engaging with customers, construction enterprise and operations partners, and construction trades. The ability to negotiate and influence a variety of personalities, cultures, and customer groups with a major emphasis on senior management is important. The candidate will be held responsible for maintaining an ethical, incident & injury free, collaborative work environment.