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DescriptionJob Description: Electrical/Power Engineering Exciting Responsibilities: As an Intel Power Distribution Electrical Engineer, you will play a significant role in helping to develop the world's most revolutionary processors. You will join an elite group who work at our high-tech fabrication facilities worldwide, using state-of-the-art manufacturing processes and tools.
Our Power Distribution Electrical Engineers make a big impact by helping to operate and coordinate maintenance of equipment such as:
* Industrial medium voltage power transmission
* Power generation
* Power system stability
* Protective relaying
* Lighting and lighting control systems
* Power panels
* Uninterrupted power systems
Whether it's building a factory or keeping Intel's manufacturing facilities operating to our high standards, we have the same goal of world class. If you enjoy working with the latest technology in a rewarding, fast-paced environment, a career as a Power Distribution Electrical Engineer at Intel may be a good fit for you.
Everywhere you go at Intel, you'll find an opportunity make a difference.
Working toward MS or PhD in Electrical/Power Engineering with a minimum 3.25 GPA (on a 4.0 scale), 3.5+ GPA preferred.
* The successful candidate will have a thorough knowledge of principals, theories and concepts of Electrical/Power Engineering, with an emphasis on low and medium voltage power.
*Experience in one or more of the following areas: performance of load flow analysis, voltage drop and short circuit calculations, arc flash calculations (experience with SKM a plus), Industrial medium voltage power transmission, power generation, power system stability, protective relaying, lighting and lighting control systems, power panels, uninterrupted power systems, over current devices coordination, and/or classroom knowledge of NEC codes, NFPA 70 and IEEE standards.
* Students who have completed at least one year of substantial power distribution related coursework preferred.
* You must have an unrestricted Permanent Right to Work in the US without sponsorship.