Systems Engineer (Software)
Intel Mobile Communications North America, Inc. Job Description:
Emphasis on the software engineering methodology and specific software development tools required to design, develop and integrate system software components. Utilize independent judgment to design and develop electronic or electromechanical equipment or systems oriented products. Prepare related installation, operation, and maintenance specifications and instructions. Analyze equipment to establish operating data and conduct experimental tests. Analyze engineering proposals and related technical data to determine feasibility of assigning new equipment or modifying existing equipment. Develop systems prototypes and ensure that operational data is compliant with requirements.
Bachelors degree and five (5) years of progressive and relevant experience.
Despite the 60-day posting period below, the requisition will remain open through May 22, 2012.
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Apr 16, 2012
May 24, 2012
Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, develops technologies, products, and initiatives to continually advance how people work and live. Founded in 1968 to build semiconductor memory products, Intel introduced the world's first microprocessor in 1971. Now we are evolving from a microprocessor manufacturer to a global company that creates new technologies, products and initiatives that help people live happier, healthier, more productive lives. No longer will people view Intel as just the brains inside the PC. Instead, whether it's a mobile lifestyle or a new way to enjoy entertainment at home, Intel is helping people all over the world accomplish things they never before dreamed possible.
We will accept applications/resumes until 60 days after posting date or earlier at Intel's discretion
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