Looking after 80,000 employees in 48 countries worldwide is no easy task. You'll play an important part in hiring, developing and retaining our employees, and in making Intel a great place to work. There are a variety of opportunities available through two specific Human Resources (HR) programs: The HR Internship Program and the HR Pathways Rotation program.
Depending on your interest and skills, you can make significant contributions in the following functional areas:
- Business Group HR (Generalist)
- HR Operations
- Intel Learning and Development
- Compensation and Benefits
- Employee Communications
- Global Diversity, Education, and External Relations
- HR Research and Analytics
Make an impact
Intel's HR opportunities for students consist of two components:
The HR Internship Program is designed to identify, develop, and grow future college graduate talent through high quality internships.
The HR Pathways Rotation Program is a strategic program for graduates that provides high quality, substantive full-time rotations/assignments for professional development, networking, and increased participant capability of graduates. Your knowledge, passion, and acumen will be put to use to research trends, analyze data, and/or propose and drive solutions.
As an HR Intern, you'll have the opportunity to work on a specific project to address a real-time business issue for the functional group you support. Internships are typically three to four months in length over the summer (May/June-August). Do a great job and a full-time offer may await you to join our HR Pathways Rotation program, a one-year full-time rotation program that provides three, four-month long rotations through HR functional areas at our Hillsboro, OR site.
What you need
We look for individuals with varying degrees and levels of experience but with a serious career interest in HR. All candidates should possess good communication, influencing, problem solving and customer service skills plus the ability to adapt to change. Candidates should also work well in groups, possess strong leadership and judgment skills and excellent data, analytical, and MS Office skills.
Candidates should be pursuing (or recently completed) a Bachelors or Masters/MBA degree and possess at least a 3.20 GPA. Desired majors/degrees include human resources, organizational development, general business or social science plus human resources-related backgrounds.
Where we're located
How to apply
If you're interested in an HR Internship position, visit our Job Search page for current opportunities.
HR Pathways Rotation position, go to Your Candidate Profile and either register as a New Candidate, or login as a Returning User.
- When you upload your resume, please indicate your interest in "HR Pathways" in your resume objective.
- If you meet Intel's minimum education and experience qualifications, we will contact you via email.
You may also want to visit our Job Search page. We encourage you to search for and apply to any other Intel jobs that may interest you.