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24 days ago

Firmware Engineer Grad

Intel Corporation Boulder, CO

Experience in embedded architecture, external interfaces, product constraints, along with ability to develop architectures/features that meet these… Intel Corporation


24 days ago

Firmware Engineer

Intel Corporation Boulder, CO

- Knowledge of embedded firmware, real-time operating system (RTOS), and HW/SW interactions… Intel Corporation


2 days ago

Lab Specialist – new

Intel Corporation Denver, CO

will include, but are not limited to: Set-up, operation, maintenance, procedural documentation and user training on a variety of equipment and lab… Intel Corporation


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    Great place to work on a variety of projects and receive global experience. I can honestly say I was never, ever bored and was always challenged to be my very best. The company values constructive confrontation and is very data driven so you need to be able to thrive in that kind of environment to succeed. Intel also has a great sabbatical program which helps make up for the challenges in work/life balance. Overall, I'm very proud to have had the opportunity to work at Intel and recommend the company.

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    Work/Life balance can be challenging; however, I believe this is probably true of most global technology companies.

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    Reward structure should be re-architected to align more directly with performance and promotions should be reworked to create more opportunities for advancement.

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