Intel Corporation is the largest semiconductor company worldwide and the leading manufacturer of computer, networking, and communications products globally. Products include computer memory chips and microprocessors.
Many popular computer brands have Intel microprocessors and other chips installed. Consequently, it's no surprise that Intel Corporation has been profitable for 18 consecutive years at this writing. 2005 revenue was a whopping $35.8 billion. Its "Fortune 500" rank is 50.
Intel is headquartered in Silicon Valley. But Intel jobs are available in 55 countries, including the USA. Technical Intel jobs include those in information technology, e-business, manufacturing and engineering.
Intel jobs also include those for students and recent graduates, based on location. Intel encourages applicants to apply for its jobs online, and offers an interactive tutorial and FAQs to make the process easier.
Intel is often voted as one of the best places to work.
Intel expects applicants to dress professionally for its job interviews (as do many other corporations). Intel also expects applicants to prepare in advance for its job interviews, such as practicing common interview questions and formulating important questions to ask.
Intel offers job interview tips targeted to students and recent grads, but useful for all. Tips include how to dress, important areas for which to prepare, and a practice interview.
Intel offers a comprehensive compensation and employee benefits package, which varies by location. The information below is for Intel USA.
Intel attempts to pay above average and well above average when it beats competitors. Intel compensation includes two types of bonuses, and stock grants and options.
Intel employee benefits include:
- Retirement plans
- Medical, dental, life, accident and disability insurance
- Vacation, personal, sick and sabbatical leave
Intel indicates that intelligence, innovation, creativity and culture is what creates and drives its workplace, where inspiring ideas are rewarded. It believes that people are the greatest investment in a company. Intel is committed to corporate social responsibility, such as protecting the safety and health of its workers.
Work dress at Intel is casual, except as noted above for interviews.
Intel invests in its diverse workforce. Consequently, it is an equal opportunity employer.