Manufacturing Technician, Process and Equipment (Former Employee) – Leixlip, County Kildare – 14 March 2018
good place to work, had a very good time working for Intel started from operations to maintenance and had to g couple of times to the US for training and the best time, but was made redundant with 1200 other persons.
Lead Technician/ Tool Owner (Former Employee) – Leixlip, County Kildare – 9 January 2018
Started at 7am, meeting with team to plan day ahead and delegate tasks. Management of team were great, very supportive and approachable. Workplace culture great. Job very demanding at times but very challenging and rewarding. Hardest part of the job was probably the early morning start. the most enjoyable part was working with a great team of people and getting the job done.
Intel is a large profitable and secure but inflexible organisation
Production Supervisor (Former Employee) – Liexlip, Kildare, Ireland – 29 November 2017
Intel is a good place to work because it is stable, the company is very profitable and employees are well rewarded (salary+shift premium+bonus). It can be a little difficult in terms of flexibility and bureaucracy, there is definitely a way of speaking and Intel vocabulary that helps one fit in.
Corporate Services Intern (Current Employee) – Leixlip, County Kildare – 16 October 2017
Fast Learning environment Quick progression Managers very open to discuss issues Daily meetings to discuss assigned projects Amount of new skills learned most enjoyable Getting a review of your progress most difficult
L2 Manufacturing Technician (Current Employee) – Leixlip, County Kildare – 10 October 2017
It's a employee friendly company. They really care with their employees if you're a blue badge. But unluckily I'm working for westerwood global don't have those benefits. Hopefully I will be given a chance to work direct to them and become a blue badge.
Manufacturing TECHNICIAN - FAB24 (Former Employee) – Leixslip, County Kildare. – 12 June 2017
I Worked there for Ten Years. Inside the FAB , Looks Like a Borg Spaceship. Goal Driven. Results Orientated. Worked to Exhaustion. Long Anti-Social Hours. Very Good Pay and Benefits. Rules for Everything which must be followed to the Letter. Life in Intel is like being in the US Army. Watch out for ERT. Eyes Everywhere watching You. Everyone is out to get you. Your "Friends" are not your Friends. Worked under Yellow Light in a Spacesuit.
Operations manager (Former Employee) – Dublin – 22 May 2017
you will eb educated at Intel, If you are a PHD graduate, your apprenticeship starts the day you enter. If you are a technician, Go back to college and get a Masters , otherwise you will be bottom of the pile.
warm . place to work, high technology, you will get educated in how to work in a multi national
not for the weak minded, if you are shy or timid, stay away, too many sharks and alpha males, and that is the women I am speaking about
Manufacturing Operator (Former Employee) – Leixlip, County Kildare – 12 May 2017
Nice to work with Company, learned a lot while working. Management is good. Workplace is huge and you got a target which is easy to achievable so no work pressure. Long shift but constant break is good. Definitely join back if i got a opportunity to work with INTEL.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Leixlip, County Kildare – 17 March 2017
Meeting people, monitoring access badges and traffic. Alarm response General administration duties . It is very important to be able to multitask and be nice and friendly to everyone. The management were always very approachable and helpful. I get on very well with people, and adhere to all company policies. Cant say I found any part of the job hard. I enjoy being around people and learning things all the time. Meeting people.