The American Intel wants to build a powerful Semiconductor Test Integration Plant near Wroclaw. The investment will cost USD 4.6 billion and at least 2 thousand people will find work there.
Intel's plant near Wroclaw is not there yet, but the American company is already looking for specialists.
People who are interested in working at the Semiconductor Integration and Testing Plant can already apply to us. We will contact them as soon as suitable positions open up
Aleksandra Bojanowska, Poland and Sweden Communications Manager Intel Corporation.
Intel Wroclaw. Jobs and employment at the Semiconductor Integration and Testing Facility
Who can count on employment at the Intel Semiconductor Integration and Testing Plant near Wroclaw?
- building and infrastructure design specialists
- many other construction or business professionals (HR, finance, supply chain)
Intel - giant investment near Wroclaw
Recall that in June this year, Intel announced plans to build a modern Semiconductor Test Integration Plant in the Miekinia commune near Wroclaw. The investment for means to increase the company's production and meet the growing demand for advanced semiconductors. Construction of the plant will begin following approval from the European Commission.
Greg Anderson to head Intel's major investment in Poland
What will Intel do in the new plant near Wroclaw?
Intel's investment in Poland, combined with its existing so-called silicon wafer fabrication facility in Ireland and a second planned silicon wafer fabrication facility in Magdeburg, Germany, will help create the first of its kind in Europe, a comprehensive and most technologically advanced supply chain for semiconductor chip manufacturing. It will also be a catalyst for additional investment in the ecosystem and innovation in Poland and across the European Union.
- Poland is already the site of Intel's operations, the country's geographic location will allow for effective collaboration with the company's manufacturing facilities in Germany and Ireland. It is very cost-competitive compared to other manufacturing locations globally, while offering great potential related to the talent base that we will be helping to develop, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger said in June.