Facilities Maintenance Technician / Coordinator (Former Employee) – Leixlip, Co Kildare, IE – 30 November 2018
One of if not the best company I've ever worked for, Safe friendly working environment. Great learning experience. Great life work balance. Culture of pushing to continue to learn and further knowledge of all site systems.
Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee) – Leixlip, County Kildare – 13 December 2018
Awful place to work. Culture is absolutely awful. People take credit for others ideas an a blame culture is extremely obvious. Technicians are looked down upon by engineers and very little credit is given for their expertise. The amount of arrogant and incompetent people in this company is staggering even though I got to work in a decent group. Management is awful, no thinking goes into their decisions due to shocking arrogance. No training plan you own your own training. Career progression for a technician is non existent. You can move sideways. If you move into an engineering position which usually takes about 12 years you take a big pay cut due to loss of shift. Toxic company full of awful people. Can't leave anything on your desk as it will be stolen. To make it anywhere in this place you have to "play the game" which is awful.
Decent pay due to shift allowance
Management, culture, canteen is expensive and poor quality, shift pattern takes over your life, no progression
Remote Operations Centre Technician (Former Employee) – Intel Corporation, Leixlip – 24 October 2018
fast environment with a blame culture. Quite dated control systems meaning all breaks are taken at your desk or you get in trouble for leaving your station un-monitored and a cover your own back atmosphere as opposed to a teamwork orientated mindset.
no subsidized lunches, schedule removes social life outside of work, managers mainly do busy work while pushing all blame to their employees despite their own failures.
Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee) – Leixlip, County Kildare – 13 September 2018
Worked in Intel Ireland Site
Enjoyed the job, lovely people especially in Ireland, great benefits with the job and a pension scheme. The continental shifts can be a pain if your not used to them but over all good company to work for.
Manufacturing Technician (Current Employee) – Leixlip, County Kildare – 31 July 2018
Every day at work is different, you never completely know what you're coming into. The work force is incredibly diverse, this forces you to talk to/learn from people that are from many different countries.
We manage to provide high output without compromising quality and safety, but certain areas could definitely be done with better management. In a company as large as Intel, you need someone in your corner.
Paid vacation, healthcare, bonuses and free gym on site
Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee) – Leixlip – 13 April 2018
Loved it miss it and would love to go back . Long days at work Training is great buddy system in place to make sure your trained correctly . Learned Loads ...Management can be a bit I love Intel at times but generally nice and fair as can be ....great work place culture open door policy with Managers and ...hardest pard doing 12 hr shifts but you get used to it ...most enjoyable part great money and benefits ...and nice clean environment to work in Facilities great
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