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What do you do at Intel?

I am currently involved in an intermediate term project that is focused on improving business processes for the Environmental, Health and Safety departments. This is done primarily through the use of e-Business and Web-based tools. My primary charter is to simplify and streamline the way Intel employees access and manage information. This job is finite in nature, in that I will move to a different opportunity once many of these changes and simplification processes have been successfully implemented.

What is a typical day like at Intel?

Intel is a company that thrives on rapid communication and decision making. To that end, a great deal of time is focused on communication through face-to-face meetings, electronic communication and teleconferences. These allow for the exchange of information and ideas in different business groups, in different countries. While I've never had a "typical" day, one can expect a reasonably substantial load of meetings, discussions, brainstorming sessions and information analysis.

What is your favorite thing about working at Intel?

Variety. While my "full-time" job is improving business processes, I actually have recently set that aside to temporarily manage a department to cover for another employee's sabbatical. It has led to some challenges, especially in that I've had to place some projects on hold, but it also has allowed me to try something new. So, in short, Intel's pace has allowed me to work on environmental issues, Internet processes and managing people all in the last year. Even as an environmental engineer, I was able to participate in diverse activities and projects, such as a temporary assignment on a start-up team for a new factory in another state.

What is most challenging about your job?

Intel employees are very data driven and have access to tools which allow a tremendous amount of information to be generated in a short time frame. Keeping up with the pace of this information flow and the time frame in which decisions are required can be very challenging.

What is the best experience you've had while working at Intel?

I think the rapid change and the widely varying job scope has been the best experience and opportunity. I tend to work best when I can "make it up as I go along," and I've really enjoyed the pace.

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