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Company Overview: Intel
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- $53.34 billion (2012)
- Santa Clara, CA
- Brian Krzanich
- Intel is world's largest semiconductor chip maker. They produce the majority of the microprocessors found in personal computers. The company earned more than $53 billion in revenue in 2012, making them one of the most valuable corporations in the world. Intel employs more than 104,000 people.
You can search and apply for jobs at Intel directly through your StartWire account. When you apply through us, we will let you know each time the status of your application changes. This means that you always know when your application has been read, and if you are still being considered for the position that you applied for. Apply now
You can also apply for jobs through Intel's hiring website. If you choose to use their site instead of ours, don't forget to come back to StartWire and tell us about your application. We will help you keep an accurate record of where and when you applied, and we will also give you access to a suite of free tools that you can use to keep your job search as organized and efficient as possible.
For this application guide, we applied for a position as a Customer Business Analyst. Though unlikely, it's possible that your experience may vary from ours depending on the position that you are applying for.
Before you can begin the application, you will need to create an account on Intel's hiring site. Creating an account is simple, and will only take a minute of your time. To register, you will need to provide a username, an account password, and your email address.
Once your account is created, you will have the opportunity to upload your resume. Uploading your resume is optional at this point, but if you do choose to provide it, Intel will read through it and use the information it finds to fill in many of the application fields for you. This is a great time-saving feature, and something that you should at least consider taking advantage of. However, make sure that you check all of the fields that it fills out for you. While it worked perfectly for us, it's always possible that their program could make a mistake and put the wrong information in the wrong field. As you go through the application, make sure to check everything twice. If you don't want to provide your resume at this point, that's ok -- you can fill out the application manually.
Over the course of the application, you will need to provide many different pieces of personal information including your name, home address, phone number, email address, education, and work experience. Before you begin the application, make sure that you have accurate start and end dates for both your work and education histories. These can be easy to forget over time, but Intel will very likely verify them with your previous employers before they make a job offer. Providing inaccurate information can greatly slow down the hiring process.
At the end of the application, you will have the opportunity to provide any relevant attachments (including your resume and cover letter). These documents are not technically required by their system, but if you read the fine print before you start the application, you will learn that your application will not be considered without them. If you haven't already, it would be a good idea to customize both your resume and your cover letter for Intel and the position that you are applying for. This will help you demonstrate a legitimate interest in working for the company, and will give you the opportunity to show exactly how your previous experiences have prepared you for the job.
Before you submit your application, you will have the opportunity to review all of the information that you have provided. Make sure that you read over everything carefully, as mistakes can be very costly.
When you apply for a job at Intel through your StartWire account, we will provide you with automatic application updates. These updates will let you know when your application has been read, and if you are still being considered for the position that you applied for. We are doing everything we can to close the 'resume black hole,' and hope that our updates will help you know where your application stands. Sign up now
Intel is an equal opportunity employer.
Jobs available at Intel
There are far too many jobs available at Intel to list all of them here, but most can be grouped into the following categories: administration, engineering, facilities, finance, human resources, information technology, legal, manufacturing, marketing, purchasing, public affairs, sales, security, and software engineering.
One of the great things about Intel is that, due to its size, there are opportunities within the company for people from many different areas of interest and levels of expertise. If you are passionate about the company and hope to work there one day, check back regularly to learn about new positions as they're announced. Eventually, you're bound to find a position that would be a good fit for you. Search jobs
Andy Bryant is the Chairman of Intel. Brian Krzanich is the CEO, and Renee James is the President.
Intel is a publicly traded company (NASDAQ: INTC). IN 2012 they reported $52.34 billion in revenue, $14.6 billion in operating income, $11 billion in net income, $84 billion in assets, and $51.2 billion in equity.