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DescriptionIntel Corporation 2014-15 BS Intern Software Opportunities This is a general recruiting requisition used for attracting candidates that meet the hiring profiles in demand at Intel. By applying to this prescreen, you are expressing interest in Student / Intern opportunities with Intel. To qualify, you must be currently enrolled in degree / university program and seeking a Student / Intern position. Intel offers BS Software opportunities in the following technical disciplines: - Computer Science - Computer Engineering - Software Specialization, incl. Physics - Electrical Engineering Typical Graduate Technical Intern scope might include: - Creating/Optimizing applications - User Experience Design - Core system UI - Visualization and parallel computing - Open Source, Firmware, BIOS, Signal Processing - Multimedia and Video - Enabling for Intel Platforms - Open Source and Cloud Computing - Embedded Mobile Systems - Virtualization and Security - Networking - Graphics SW Development - Other platform support - Compilers, performance tools - Manageability - System Integration - Test Automation - Test Case Design - Object Oriented Programming - Sensors Additional Intel-related specializations include: - Dynamic compilation, runtimes, VMM, OS Internals, optimization algorithms, code generation, threads and memory management, web based development including HTML5. - Kernel debugger, driver development, enterprise virtualization and cloud performance. - Linux, Android, Windows OS, HTML5 development. - Audio, Media, Camera, Touch, video player and camcorder applications, OpenMAX IL, H.264/MPEG2/MPEG4/VC1, HDMI - Solid grounding in computer architecture, IA knowledge a plus. (Many SW jobs at Intel are related to HW support and Optimization) What you can expect: - Internships are typically 3 to 12 month full time assignments at a major Intel site. - Competitive base salary, two bonus programs, stock grants and purchase programs, a profit share retirement plan, 401(k) retirement plan, and relocation assistance for qualified distances. - Benefits: Several medical, dental and vision plans to choose from, 3 weeks vacation, 10 paid holidays, 8 weeks paid sabbatical every 7 years, free beverages and fruit, health and wellness programs, access to Intel Air Shuttle, and much more. - Integration and Training: Opportunities for job, site, or global movement and advancement opportunities, individualized career development plans, tuition reimbursement for work-related coursework and certifications, and training from a variety of sources including Intel's My Learning with over 2,400 technical and development courses. - Work/ Life Balance: Flexible work schedule, networking with Intel Managers and Executives, and social events organized through the Intel College Graduate community group.
Qualifications: - Currently enrolled in a degree / university program. - Currently enrolled in a degree / university program. - Intel will sponsor most PhD students enrolled in a Technical disciplines. Intel will sponsor most MS students enrolled in the following disciplines: EE, CE, CS - Minimum 3.0 GPA (convert to 4.0 scale equivalent- blank or <3.0 GPA will not pass screening). Typical Locations: Hillsboro OR, Phoenix AZ, Folsom, San Diego or Santa Clara CA, Austin TX, Rio Rancho NM