Intel Factory Automation Engineer in Phoenix, Arizona
We’re looking for talented engineers to create, develop, test, and support factory automation systems that enable Intel to manufacture leading edge semiconductors as part of its Assembly and Test Technology Development (ATTD) Automation organization. As a factory automation engineer, you will partner with process technology and manufacturing engineers to create integrated software, metrology, image analysis and material handling systems that improve manufacturing output and productivity for all of Intel’s world-wide Substrate, Die Prep, Sort, Assembly, Test and Board manufacturing plants. These state-of-the-art systems control factory equipment, track the product as it moves through the factory, measures product features, detect defects, handle materials, collect and analyze data, optimize factory scheduling and enable efficient factory operations.
A MS or BS in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Systems Engineering with a minimum GPA of 3.0 (US) or equivalent (India, Malaysia). The candidate must have a strong knowledge in one or more of the following areas: software and database development, computer infrastructure (servers, networks, storage), image processing and optical systems or mechanical systems. Knowledge of Microsoft development tools (Visual Studio, .NET), Object Oriented Programming (C#, C++), Microsoft or Linux operating systems, Matlab algorithm programming, Oracle or Microsoft database technologies and/or software testing methods are highly desired. This position requires strong written and oral communication skills, analytical problem solving skills, teamwork skills and partnership skills. The candidate must also demonstrate tolerance of ambiguity, self-motivation, versatility and flexibility.
US, Oregon, Hillsboro; India, Bangalore; Malaysia, Penang;
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