|Application Deadline:||08th Jan 2010|
|Website:||UK offices listed here.|
What is Intel?
Intel is a world renowned technology company that specialises in developing innovative new technologies to make the world move forward, pushing and breaking boundaries at every step of the way. For over 40 years, the company has been a leader when it comes to bringing these new technologies to the marketplace. Building on their historical strength in silicon innovation and a global manufacturing capacity, Intel continues to create new products and technologies that help people live happier, more productive lives. Intel also collaborates with some of the world's leading technology companies to ensure its products have the best working capacity at all times. Such an innovative and forward moving company offers suitable graduates an excellent opportunity to contribute to the development of technologies that will shape the world of tomorrow.
What roles are available at Intel?
Intel relies on a dedicated team of interns for their 13 month placements who will be exposed to the industry leading technologies and diverse workforce that personifies the company. Internships are available in the following areas: Engineering; Materials Planning and Purchasing; Finance; IT; Sales and Marketing; Legal; Human Resources; Business Operations; Logistics. For more information on these roles, see Intel Jobs.
Application process for Intel.
Applicants should only apply via the Intel website, sending a CV and cover letter.
Entry requirements and type of person suited for Intel.
Future prospects and training at Intel.
Successful applicants can expect to gain valuable work experience, gaining industry specific knowledge and developing their personal skills. Promotion prospects for suitable candidates are based on performance merit. Intel values the importance of personal growth and successful applicants will have many learning and development resources available to them.
Other comments about Intel.
Intel has a strong Student community on site in Swindon, and successful applicants will have many opportunities to network and meet other students. During an internship, applicants will be able to take part in a number of extra opportunities, such as a visit to Intel's Irish manufacturing site, a skiing trip and many other social events. Successful applicants will be offered all the necessary coaching and be assigned a "buddy" during their internship to assist with any Intel questions they may have.
If you have applied to Intel, we would like you to hear from you. Please use the following form to detail your experiences of application, to aid those interested in following a similar career path.
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