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Personal Profile

What do you do at Intel?

Currently, I am a functional area manufacturing engineer in Fab 11 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. I am responsible for the Micrascan toolset in Lithography. I plan for how many tools we need, where to put them in the factory, how to run them and help manage the tools actual performance.

What is your favorite thing about working at Intel?

The favorite thing about my job is the amount of responsibility that I have so early in my career. Intel puts a level of trust in the people that they hire that I did not find when I interviewed with other companies. It would take five years to do the type of work that I started doing right away when I came to work for Intel.

What is a typical day like at Intel?

My typical day really isn't very typical. That is one of the best things about Intel. Every day brings new challenges. Whether we are making decisions about how many tools to get for the next generation process or making hour-to-hour decisions about how to run the factory, everyday is a different schedule with different challenges.

What is most challenging about your job?

The most challenging thing about my job right now is maintaining a high level of flexibility in my area. Planning for this in the short and long term is very important to how quickly we can respond to the fluctuations in demand for the various products that we produce.

What other types of jobs have you had at Intel?

Prior to graduation I did two internships with Intel and then started working in Fab 7 and 9 at the New Mexico site. All of the positions that I've held have been in industrial engineering. The internships that I did were excellent real-world experiences that helped me significantly when I returned to school and ultimately helped me hit the ground running when I returned to Intel to work full time.

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