In this position, you will perform various administrative and project-related activities in support of the Vice President, Director of Antitrust and Commercial Litigation as well as other senior litigation attorneys in the Litigation Group within Intel's Law & Policy Group.
Typical duties may include but are not limited to the following: Drafts, composes, types, and proofs correspondence using current office software applications creates and sustains systems for retention, protection, retrieval, transfer and disposal of confidential information schedules and coordinates logistics for meetings and events organizes and manages calendar schedules for manager and/or department makes travel arrangements and prepares expense reports maintains office supplies manages departmental recognition, tracks headcount and spending serves as an information resource/communication channel for policies and procedures and is a resource for office related software applications.
Duties may also include execution of research, data analysis, and preparing reports/recommendations. Copies, collates, sorts and distributes materials. Assignments are complex and diversified in nature and may require working within a globally dispersed team. Work performed within generally defined parameters. Judgment and decision making ability is required in resolving moderately complex problems.
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Minimum qualifications: You must have a minimum of 7+ years administrative experience Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, internal productivity tools and be comfortable in dealing with the executive office. Additional qualifications include: Self-reliant and a self-motivator Ability to work well with other team members Ability to lead when necessary
Law and Policy Group offers unique opportunities to work in a variety of areas, including counsel to Intel businesses; technology and intellectual property licensing; patent prosecution; trademarks and brands; litigation, mergers, acquisitions and investing; legislative and regulatory lobbying; and corporate compliance.