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Module Development Engineer- Day Shift

  • Job
    Entry Level / Graduate
  • Engineering
  • Hillsboro

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  • You need a Bachelor's or Master's degree in engineering with experience in SPC/DOE principles and semiconductor fabrication. Willing to work day shifts with manufacturing interactions.
  • You will lead the design and development of manufacturing processes, drive technology development, and collaborate with suppliers to enable future device architectures. Perform feasibility studies, optimize production output, and stay updated on industry trends to push technology forward.


  • Must possess a Bachelor's Degree with 1+ year of experience, OR Master's Degree in electrical engineering or mechanical engineering or chemical engineering or physics or a similar Engineering discipline.
  • Must be willing to work compressed work week day shift.
  • Preferred Qualifications:
  • 1+ years of experience with one or more of the following:
  • Statistical Process Control (SPC)/Design of Experiments (DOE) principles.
  • Fabrication floor presence and manufacturing interactions.
  • Semiconductor fabrication processes and technology.


  • Willing to work on a compressed work week (CWW)schedule. Shifts are twelve hours long from 7am to 7pm and rotate from three to four days a week- Shift 5: (days frontend) AM-PM Sun-Tues and alternating Wednesday days and Shift 7: (Days Back end) AM-PM; Sun – Tue, Alternating Wednesday days.
  • Drives technology development and enablement for both high volume manufacturing and future technology, provides process integration and equipment solutions, and performs feasibility studies to meet desired device specifications.
  • Leads design and development of technically sophisticated manufacturing processes and/or repair reverse engineering including material selection, parameter optimization, equipment metrology, and system design to enable new product designs and functional requirements.
  • Performs pathfinding activities in support of process and hardware development enabling manufacturing of innovative device architectures and develops roadmaps for technologies enabling future roadmap.
  • Recommends and implements modifications for operating equipment to improve production efficiency, manufacturing techniques, and optimizing production output for existing products.
  • Partners with key equipment and materials suppliers to develop and implement enabling elements of the technology.
  • Performs process technology feasibility studies through theoretical simulations and/or practical engineering methods.
  • Remains updated on relevant industrial process and material manufacturing technical trends and develops view of inherent future Intel process technology needs to push industry forward by partnering with vendor ecosystem to build cost sensitive roadmap.


What is the primary focus of the Module Development Engineer role at Intel's Hillsboro Campus?

The primary focus of the Module Development Engineer role is to drive wafer level assembly technology development (WATD) for future generations of heterogenous integrated packaging process technologies through innovation, product enhancement, and developing/enabling equipment and process capabilities.

What are some of the technologies being used and developed by Intel in the field of advanced packaging?

Intel is focusing on breakthrough advances in packaging through EMIB and Foveros technologies, as well as exploring other advanced packaging technologies for heterogenous integrated packaging.

What is the location of this job role?

This job role is located at the Ronler campus in Oregon.

What are some of the key responsibilities of a Module Development Engineer in this role?

Key responsibilities include driving innovation in wafer level assembly technology development, enhancing product capabilities, and developing and enabling equipment and process capabilities for heterogenous integrated packaging.

What is the working schedule for this role?

The Module Development Engineer role is a day shift position.

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