Job Description: Responsibilities may be quite diverse of an exempt technical nature. U.S. experience and education requirements will vary significantly depending on the unique needs of the job. Job assignments are usually for short periods during breaks from school. Demonstrate tolerance of ambiguity, self-motivation, and flexibility to adapt to new situations of ambiguity, self-motivation, and flexibility to adapt to new situations.
Candidates must be currently pursuing a Masters of Science degree in Computer Science, Information Technology or similar, and have a firm understanding of the software engineering life cycle. You should have a minimum GPA of 3.0 and be available to work for at least 6 months.
A minimum of three years of programming experience (which may include academic experience), C/C++ is highly desired.
- Strong written, presentation, and communication skills
- Ability to work unsupervised and analyze, problem solve issues put before you and perform research on your own.
Jan 31, 2013
Mar 31, 2013
Employees in the Intel Architecture Group (IAG) deliver innovative platforms across computing and communication segments including data centers, mobile and desktop personal computers, handhelds, embedded devices and consumer electronics. Intel's industry leading technology is used to create integrated hardware and software solutions such as processors, chipsets, communication radios, graphics processors, motherboards, and networking components that deliver capabilities from security and manageability to computing performance and energy efficiency. IAG employees are at the forefront of enabling a new era of computing that is more integrated into all aspects of our daily lives.
We will accept applications/resumes until 60 days after posting date or earlier at Intel’s discretion. Intel invites people of all ages currently enrolled in an academic institution (or graduated within the last 18 months) to apply.
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