Intel's Human Resources (HR) Organization is looking for your candidates who bring their unique perspectives and skills to our organization. We currently have several openings that provide opportunities opportunities across a range of HR functions: compensation, benefits, HR generalist, data & analytics, learning and development, recruitment, diversity and inclusion, organizational development, mergers and acquisitions,and more. Locations include our Hillsboro, Oregon; Chandler, Arizona; and Santa Clara and Folsom, California sites.
The HR Pathways Program provides a opportunities for graduate students to join our HR organization and take advantage of several career-building positions:
HR Pathways Rotational Program
HR Pathways Graduate Business Partner
HR Pathways Internship
HR Pathways Rotational Program
The HR Pathways Rotational Program provides three six-month rotational assignments across a range of HR functions. The rotations take advantage of a candidates existing capabilities and challenges them through additional HR functional assignments where they may have limited experience. The program focuses on increasing the participant's skills through experiential learning, mentorship, networking, dedicated classroom sessions, and peer group interaction. Program members have opportunities to work on projects that address real-time issues and the priorities of our HR organization. Upon successful completion of the program, participants will transition into an HR position based on business needs and the participants’ competencies.
Master's degree in Human Resources, Organization Development, Industrial or Organizational Psychology or a related field with 2+ years of related experience
The HR Pathways Graduate Business Partner is a strategic opportunity for graduate students or candidates with a master's degree to place directly into full-time roles across a range of HR functions. The program takes advantage of established professional skills and focuses on increasing capabilities through experiential learning, mentorship, networking, dedicated classroom instruction, and peer group interaction. Program members have an opportunity to work on projects that address real-time issues and the priorities of our HR organization. Qualified candidates will be hired directly into a functional area within the Human Resources organization. Direct hires will have challenging work and are responsible for delivering value in their business areas.
Master's degree in Human Resources, Organization Development, Industrial or Organizational Psychology or a related field with 3+ years of related experience
The HR Pathways Internship Program is designed to identify and develop graduate student talent for Intel's HR organization. The internship is designed to increase participants’ capabilities through experiential learning, mentorship, networking, dedicated classroom sessions, and peer group interaction. As an HR Intern, program members have an opportunity to work on projects that address real-time business issues and the priorities of the HR organization. Internships are typically three to four months in length over the summer (May or June to August). The Pathways Internship is the primary pipeline into our HR Pathways Full-Time Rotation program or direct full-time hiring opportunities
Pursuing a Master's degree in Human Resources, Organization Development, Industrial or Organizational Psychology or a related field with 1+ year of related experience.
See job descriptions for minimum educational and experiential requirements.
Knowledge and experience you will need to be successful in these roles:
Interpersonal and Communication Skills: Provide persuasive coaching for employees, leaders and teams that enable clear messaging and strong organizational outcomes.
Relationship Management: Quickly build trusting relationships and manage multiple stakeholders to drive sustainable solutions.
Synthesizing Information: Influence through integrated, clear information that results in focused plans of action. Discern patterns and connections in information.
Problem Solving: Ask appropriate questions to assess challenges and priorities. Understand how to address complex issues and maintain a solution-oriented perspective that helps an organization move forward with buy-in.
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