Q: What is it like working at Intel Corporation?
Software Developer in Hillsboro:
Pros: It is great working for a company that is on the cutting-edge of microelectronics development and manufacturing. I love having a significant part in the internal operations that keeps employees at the peak of their contribution.
Cons: Intel has grown into a large multi-national corporation with the attendant pains of breakdown in cooperation between corporate services and critical internal customers.
Firmware Engineer in Longmont:
Pros: Corporate culture.
Administrative Assistant in Hillsboro:
"Corporate, Flexible work."
Pros: Able to be flexible with hours when needed. Medium stress.
Cons: Medium stress level. Working for Directors in 3 Geographical areas. Are to know what some people really need when you to don't see them often. Hard to come to work when no one else is working over holiday season.
Software Architect in Phoenix:
Pros: Being part of a company that is truly a world class technology leader.
Cons: Software is a second-class citizen. Silicon design and schedule is always job 1. Management rarely recognizes that tradeoffs in silicon design to pull-in silicon schedule typically push out the software schedule by 5x longer, thus the overall time-to-market is worse.
Software Engineer in Chandler:
"Technical Refresh + Technological Innovation."
Pros: Continuous learning and application of knowledge to envision solutions and implement them with others.
Cons: Time needed to network across departments to find the next project or technology direction.
Computer Hardware Engineer in Folsom:
"Trying to be agile within a results-oriented culture."
Pros: Flexibility and the smart people I work with; keeps me engaged in helping the group deliver the best products possible to our customers!
Cons: Working in a big company it is hard to feel like you make a big impact.
Senior Software Engineer in Portland:
"Intel will get rid of you when you cap salary."
Pros: Be 50+, be a grade 7 or above, be at your cap, Intel will lay you off.
Cons: Intel lays off great people to hire cheap H1B Visas.
Senior Process Engineer in Portland:
"Exciting and stressful."
Pros: Interesting and challenging work.
Cons: Stress and politics.
Engineering Technician in Hillsboro:
"Hard work but a great place to work."
Pros: Challenging, great benefits, good cafe, nice facilities, good opportunities.
Cons: Competitive environment leads to flat wage increases.
Process Engineer in Rio Rancho:
"Great work life balance and work flexibility."
Pros: It has lots of variety and flexibility.
Cons: The base pay is lower than most comparable companies.