Our mission to utilize Moore's Law to bring smart, connected devices to every person on Earth is our passion. This legacy of relentless innovation means you'll be part of a bold and curious team of inventors and problem-solvers who continue to create some of the most astounding technology advancements and experiences in the world.
We are one of the most ethical, greenest, and community-minded companies on the planet. We take on some of the world's greatest problems and demonstrate that with creativity, ingenuity, and possibility thinking, there is nothing that can't be solved. This plus the technical complexity of what we do means you can be sure your work is both challenging and changing the world for the better.
At Intel different perspectives are encouraged and every voice is valued. We don't just accept difference, we celebrate and thrive on it because we know this is what drives business growth. People at our company bring their true selves to work, and are appreciated not only for what they do, but for who they are.
With our size, geographic breadth, and variety of businesses comes endless career opportunities where personal development, growth, and working with teams of brilliant people across the globe are part of the job. It's not just about what you're doing, it's about what you can be doing next.
At Intel you're able to manage your work and personal life in ways that work for you. We offer a rich package of solutions, benefits, and flexible work options to meet your needs at whatever life-stage you are in. So high five to choice, bonding leave and in some countries, sabbaticals. When work works, we're all happy.
If community involvement is important to you, you'll feel right at home at Intel. Our Intel Involved employee volunteer program offers many opportunities for giving back in a variety of areas. We even have an in-house volunteer database where you can track your hours, look for new opportunities, and earn grant money to support local schools and qualified nonprofit organizations by donating your time through the program.
Here are some special recognitions and awards we've been honored to receive.
Intel has been recognized by LinkedIn as one of the 100 Most InDemand Employers for 2015. The list is compiled based on billions of interactions from LinkedIn members in the U.S. and Canada.
Intel received a perfect score of 100 percent for the second consecutive year on the 2016 Corporate Equality Index (CEI), a national benchmarking survey and report on corporate policies and practices related to LGBT workplace equality, administered by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
Intel has earned a spot among the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World, which aims to highlight the global corporations that are most proactive in managing environmental, social and governance issues. The Global 100 is the world’s most well-known and credible corporate sustainability ranking, selecting the top 100 from more than 4,000 companies.
Glassdoor has announced the winners of its inaugural Candidates' Choice Awards—and Intel is very proud to be among them. The awards recognize employers with the best interview experience, according to those who know it best—the job candidates themselves. Based solely on feedback shared by job candidates on Glassdoor over the past year, Intel was rated the highest in our industry.
For the ninth consecutive year Intel has been recognized as the nation’s largest voluntary purchaser of green power by the EPA.
Intel Named a Best for Vets Employer by Military Times in 2015. With the unemployment rate for the latest generation of veterans routinely running below 7 percent, companies across all industries have realized how vets can boost bottom lines — and they're fighting to bring that talent to the workplace.
"My job at Intel combines people leadership, software technical challenges, project management, and customer engagement. This combination makes my job very interesting to me."
"I regularly volunteer as a judge for Science Fairs. I think it is important to motivate the innovative thinking among young students, and you get to learn from them as well."
"In my current job with the graphics team there are a lot of opportunities for creativity and innovation. New markets we're moving into allow a lot of room to try something new and stir things up."
"At Intel, everyone's ideas are valued. Whether you've been at Intel for one day, or for donkey years, your opinion and ideas matter."
"Everywhere you look these days there's some type of microprocessor in everything. The fact that I've had a hand in starting that microprocessor from a bare wafer to a working microprocessor is quite an accomplishment.."
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"Intel's young, brilliant and enthusiastic workforce is a great source of inspiration for me."
"My job exposes me to daily contact with many teams both local and worldwide (US, Europe, Israel, China). This helps me gain and maintain a broad perspective.”
Watch as Joel Madrigal, Field Application Engineer tells his and his brother’s story of their unusual path to careers at Intel.
Award-winning illustrator and children's book author, Bob Staake, shows us how he uses an Intel-powered 2 in 1 to bring his storybooks to life.
In 2015 employees gave more than one million hours of volunteer service. Intel plays an active role in communities around the world. Giving back is just part of who we are as an organization and as a diverse group of caring individuals.