Our Brussels office is home to Intel's Government Affairs and Education department. They work with governments across Europe to ensure competitive operating conditions and access to European markets.
With the acquisition of Dialogic, operations in Sint-Stevens-Woluwe are now part of Intel's Communications Group. This team is focused on developing and manufacturing open, high-performance, standards-based telecommunications and computer telephony components.
Intel's operations in Kontich are dedicated to developing PC cards and other products used to connect mobile computing devices to corporate networks and the Internet. Employees in Kontich also work with local PC manufacturers, our distributors, and the software industry as part of our Europe - Middle East - Africa Sales and Marketing organization.
Career areas in Belgium include:
- Sales and Marketing
- Human Resources
- Information Technology
- Government Affairs and Education
Brussels is enjoying the economic benefits that becoming the "Capital of Europe" has brought. The glamour that distinguished the city at the end of the 19th century is returning. Sprinkled with parks, gardens and elegant town houses, Brussels is greener than most other European capitals and has many hidden charms beyond its famous Grand-Place. Besides its fine museums and churches, Brussels offers charming cobbled streets, a profusion of markets, art nouveau in abundance and splendid beer.