Join a new multibillion-dollar global company that brings together amazing technology, people, and operational scale to become a powerhouse in the memory industry.
In a transaction valued at $9B, Intel Corporation is spinning-off its NAND Memory Business—a global leader in the design and manufacture of integrated circuits and solid-state drives (SSDs) for use in data centers, personal computers, and other devices—to form an independent company that will be a subsidiary of parent company SK hynix.
The new company will be headquartered in San Jose, California, with aspirations to conduct an IPO and become a publicly traded U.S. company. As the current head of Intel’s Memory Business, Rob Crooke will lead the new company as CEO, with a number of Intel executives and senior leaders joining him to stand-up and grow the new company. The new venture combines elements of an established, successful Silicon Valley technology company with the spirit, agility, and entrepreneurial mindset of a start-up.
In addition to the U.S. headquarters and other facilities in the U.S., the company has a significant international presence in Asia, Europe, and the Americas. The newly formed company will continue to lead the world in innovating new Memory technologies and will soon be the second largest NAND memory company in the world by revenue.
You can be part of the takeoff at the start of a fast-growing business that develops products and solutions that deliver strong business value for customers, an engaging workplace for employees, and a greater impact on the world. Our goal is simple: Grow at an unprecedented rate and become the best memory solutions company in the world.
**Preferred locations: Folsom, CA or Phoenix, AZ
Manage the North American Region (NAR) Logistics & Trade team within the Global Logistics & Trade Group. Contribute to the design, build and execution of Global Logistics Solutions: Network Planning & Management, Third-Party Logistics Management, Forward & Reverse Logistics Management, Inbound / Outbound Licensing & Control, Transportation to Trade Compliance, with a focus on NAR import/export customer direct order fulfillment (DOF) models. It is critical for the new incumbent to help formulate the logistics response to new business opportunities, to support profitable growth and to manage daily operations.
Managing import / export functions (be it materials, equipment or products), programs or projects to ensure full compliance with NAR and worldwide import/export laws and regulations (e.g. labelling, certification, customs clearance, etc.)
Planning and scheduling works with manufacturing and commercial units to meet the project / delivery time-lines.
Ensuring relationships with government authorities and internal/external stakeholders are effective and well-maintained.
Manage the logistic flows into and out of distribution centers and the entire Import / Export flow (including documentation, customs administration etc.) for NAR.
Managing NAR Inbound / Outbound Transportations (including supporting global team RFP and Sourcing processes).
Managing the NAR logistics network (strategic plan), while:
SK hynix will present a valuable future to stakeholders, including customers, partners, investors, communities, members, and so on through Global Tech Leadership, thereby enriching and further developing the global ICT industry. We are also sharing our expertise and experience in the semiconductor field gained from the establishment of our “We Do Tech Center” along with investments in technical cooperation for our partners, thereby striving to boost the semiconductor ecosystem.
Moreover, we will create more economic/social value by empathizing with future generations rather than simply pursuing economic profits, giving priority to social value, and reinforcing ESG management which aims for healthy corporate governance. With this starting point for innovation, we intend to become a “Great Company” that contributes to both humanity and society.