Hiring process & tips

Found a job that interests you? Great! We encourage you to apply for all the jobs of interest that match your experience and education. Here's some information to help you.

Apply for a job

To be considered for a position at Intel, you must submit your resume/C.V. electronically using our web-based tools. Need help?

Our applicant tool provides you with key explanations and instructions right on each page so you can more accurately and effectively create your profile or search for and apply for jobs.

You will be asked several prescreening questions to better match your skills and experience to open positions.

If you are applying for a specific job, the questions asked will be relevant to that position. Otherwise, the questions will be more general in nature.

Upon completion of your profile and clicking "Submit", the tool displays a message acknowledging receipt of your profile. You will also receive an e-mail confirming receipt of your information.

We thank you for your interest and wish you success in your job search.

Intel U.S. Immigration Sponsorship Guideline

Intel will sponsor foreign nationals for work visas and permanent resident status for U.S. positions where it experiences a shortage of qualified U.S. Workers. These jobs are Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) contributing positions requiring a Master's or PhD degree in a related field, or a Bachelor's degree with at least three years of post-degree related work experience.

Foreign national students at the undergraduate level are not eligible for Intel immigration sponsorship since we typically do not experience US skills shortages at this level.

Foreign national undergraduate students may be eligible for undergraduate internships in STEM contributing positions provided they have work authorization for the period of the internship. Undergraduate interns are eligible for graduate student internship consideration should they enroll in a graduate level programs after completing their Bachelor’s degree.  Undergraduate interns requiring immigration sponsorship beyond their Optional Practical Training period are not eligible for conversion to regular full time positions as they do not meet Intel’s Immigration Sponsorship Guideline.

The Interview Process

An Intel representative will contact the most qualified candidates and invite them to an interview. Your interview may be over the phone, internet, or in person.

We use behavioral-based and technical interviews to get to know you. What makes you passionate? What have you accomplished so far? We believe in two-way dialogue, so prepare to ask us questions as well!

Join the conversation on our Jobs@Intel Blog, where we feature employees talking about jobs, careers, and life at Intel. We also have posts with insightful recruiter tips on how to stand out from the crowd.

Consider using our other social media channels to do more research and prepare for your interview.

After your interview, we will contact you with the results. Because the follow-up timing can vary, we suggest that you clarify the timeline during your interview.

For more information on this process, see our page Interviewing at Intel.

Getting the Job Offer and Joining Intel

If selected for a position, an Intel representative will contact you to discuss the terms of your offer and start date. We will also provide documentation containing complete job offer details.

Note: We will contact candidates that we interviewed, but did not select, to inform them that we have filled the position. We strongly urge these candidates to continue exploring additional job opportunities on our website.

After you accept our job offer (congratulations!), you will receive emails welcoming you to Intel. We will provide you all the information you need to ensure you are ready to arrive at work on your first day, complete your final employment forms and get your official employee badge!