Intel Employee Reviews in Dublin
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amazing place to work, amazing opportunities to learn and grow fast. Company culture is very positive. Process engineers work on shift hours which are impossible to sustain.
I worked for Intel through an outside contractor and if I was asked by Intel to recommend that contractor I would strongly advise against it as they do not stand up to the ethos of the brilliant company they represent
Long lunches and set working hours
To restricted by management to do the job
Great benefits and shift pattern with lots of training opportunities. Work place is stressful and fast paced so being able to consolidate new skills can be difficult to achieve. Direct manager was good to work for, promotion within 2 years and felt like I made a difference but stress could be tiring.
Great benefits, learning opportunities and good shift pattern
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
I learned a lot on wafer manufacturing processes, I was able to use simulation and mathematical modelling tools to address some of the most complex operational logic in wafer manufacturing process. I was trained immensely in Intel and performed with 100 % satisfactory in all my training examinations. I am very proud to be able to conduct such a job considering all high demands and expectations on this job offer. I was faced with multi departmental meetings across Europe and USA to conduct my duties.