You’ve found the right place if you are looking for a job in New York as a process engineer. IBM’s Research Semiconductor Group in Albany is seeking talented individuals to help develop and deploy the next generation of semiconductor technology. The company boasts a 300mm fabrication plant and more than 100k square feet clean room space. You will be responsible for designing semiconductor processes and overseeing teams that manage the day-today operations of tool technicians.
The average IBM Process Engineer makes $63,000 a year, or about $30 per hour. This is 3% less than the national average of $65,000 per year. The highest-paid Process Engineers work for Deepak Nitrite, while the lowest-paid employees are at Davis & Geck Caribe. However, IBM is trying to reinvent itself for the new world of cloud computing, and IBM is preparing to do so.