New Mexico —The Land of Enchantment AND job opportunities!

Greetings from the Land of Enchantment- New Mexico!

Exciting stuff is happening at Intel New Mexico and we want to spread the word. We are in the process of loading the latest technology in our fabrication facility (Fab) here, and we’re scouting for experienced, seasoned technicians and engineers to join our Fab in the future.

While we are quickly filling similar positions in Arizona, there have been some challenges in identifying semiconductor industry professionals for our New Mexico location. Why is that?!

Right now, we need YOUR help! No, seriously. We really want to spread the word about our opportunities and we feel like networking/blogging may just be the thing to get the job done! Besides that, we want to hear from you! Do you have any thoughts or suggestions on how we can ramp-up for our future here in New Mexico? Better yet, would YOU be interested in applying for or referring a friend to one of our positions?

Well, you can leave a comment here on the blog, send your questions to our resident guru Dan (, OR click the links below for a direct line into the jobs we have to offer!

Thin Films (CVD/CDO/HDP) Manufacturing Technician

Dry Etch Manufacturing Technician

Lithography Manufacturing Technician

Thin Films – Metals Manufacturing Technician

Wet Etch Manufacturing Technician

Diffusion Manufacturing Technician

Dielectrics Process Engineer

Lithography Process Engineer

We look forward to hearing from you AND getting resumes in the near future!

Find your opportunity

5 thoughts on “New Mexico —The Land of Enchantment AND job opportunities!

  1. So happy to hear this good news..please stay tuned to get a prospect in the near future..right now,from my point of view let’s start to attract job applying via Intel and social online network and market this news to worldwide by organizing the outside activities and events to advertise and spread out..sure that will soon receive good result..

  2. It is great to see that technology is continuing to grow in a positive direction within the US and also abroad. I have worked at the Intel fab 11, 11X, 23, and fab 12 sites. It has always been a pleasure.

  3. Being a proactive trend and way in broadening and developing Technology will bring us to a good future..cause life is continuous to change both physical and mental factors..^^

  4. First, it is always good news to hear about manufacturing jobs here in America. As far as this particular location, I think the answer to your question (why is that?) is fairly obvious if you take the viewpoint of a prospective applicant and their family. Intel has a much larger manufacturing presence in OR and AZ. The job security in NM is definitely something we worry about – older fab, isolated fab, and thinking of CO Springs facility (which I realize was not comparable in some areas, but we were so thankful we didn’t go there… and it was high on our list). Also, AZ and OR facilities are in major metropolitan areas which make relocation much more desirable. NM doesn’t have much to offer a professional spouse in the way of job opportunities. And finally, but most importantly to us, was our concern about the public schools (including university level). The geographic isolation, the lack of job opportunities, the precarious position of being located in a lonely facility coupled with Intel’s recent layoff history, and the school system concerns were enough for us to take this location out of consideration for our family.

  5. It is great news, I’m interested, why not make a call to universities that they evaluate best graduate students in the area.

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