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Intel Ireland Ltd

Graduate Design Engineer

Creating and extending computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on Earth--that's our vision, is it yours?

As part of Intel’s Programmable Solutions Group we’re helping to power the next generation of innovative FPGA applications. Joining a specialised team, your responsibilities will include but not be limited to: 

  • Logic implementation of complex design block(s) using RTL coding techniques 
  • Contribute to the pre-silicon functional verification of mixed-signal designs 
  • Implementation of functional verification environments (Test benches) 
  • Contribute to the hardware validation of power SoCs


You should possess at minimum an honours degree (level 8 on www.nfq.ie) in Electronic Engineering or equivalent. Graduated in 2016 or about to graduate in 2017.

Additional qualifications include: 

  • A self-starter with the ability to work well in a diverse team environment 


What We Offer You

When you come to work at Intel, you come to work in a collaborative, supportive environment, where your equally brilliant colleagues will push you to be your best. There’s no fear of failure—we know that’s how innovation happens. And you’ll never be bored. We also offer:

  • Competitive benefits and pay (including bonuses)
  • Opportunities for professional development and continuing education
  • The flexibility you need to achieve balance
     

To apply

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Facts and figures

Job/scheme locations: 
Shannon County Clare
Application deadline: 
28/02/2017
Closing date: 
Specific date
Start date: 
Ongoing
Starting salary: 
Exact figures
Starting salary: 
31000
Number of vacancies: 
1
Degree subjects: 
Electronic or Electrical Engineering, or related engineering
Skills required: 
RTL coding, hardware validation, Soc
Days' holiday: 
25 per annum
Benefits: 
Healthcare Pension scheme contribution
Extra benefits: 
Bonuses, profit share, gym, subsidised canteen
Accepts applications from students / graduates requiring a work permit?: 
Yes
Region: 
County Clare