1. Am I eligible to work for Intel in Korea?
Intel hires qualified candidates who have the legal right to work in Korea. At Intel, we are committed to equal employment opportunity. We respect, value and welcome diversity in our workforce, as well as in our customers, our suppliers and the global marketplace. Intel also values being a great place to work and strives to maintain a safe and drug-free workplace.
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2. Is there an opportunity for me at Intel?
Job openings are posted and filled on an ongoing basis. If you haven't already done so, check out our current jobs.
If you are interested in a particular job, please follow any response instructions included within the position description. Be sure to reference department number (if applicable). If there are no instructions within the job posting, please submit your resume using one of the methods described below in step 4.
- If you are not responding directly to a job posting but would like to be considered for future opportunities you may submit your resume to our Asia Pacific Resume Processing Centre.
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3. How do I prepare my resume to match Intel's recommended format?
Like many organizations, our operations in Korea use an electronic database to efficiently route resumes. Our recruiters search the database using keywords and phrases that describe the specific skills and knowledge required for a particular opening. It is important, therefore, that you include any relevant terms and acronyms in your resume.
We prefer to receive resumes electronically as they are processed more quickly and accurately. While special formatting may look nice, it can cause errors in getting your resume into the database correctly. Therefore, it is to your advantage to submit a plain text resume - avoid special formatting, bold type, underlining, and fancy fonts. We suggest 12 point type in Helvetica, Times, or New Century, all left-aligned.
To help you prepare a resume that meets our system requirements, we've provided a sample resume. Cover letters are welcome, but please do not send theses/dissertations, research papers, references, or lists of publications.
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4. How do I send in my resume?
We prefer to receive resumes electronically as they are processed more quickly and accurately. Paper resumes, received via mail, are scanned into our database. Please choose one of the options below for submitting your resume:
Copy your resume into the body of the .
Avoid special formatting, bold type, underlining, and fancy type faces.
All attachments should be plain ASCII text with a maximum line width of 76 characters (most word processing applications have a "Save as ASCII text" option).
||If you're unable to use one of the electronic options above, you may submit your resume via the postal service.
Intel does not accept resumes from headhunters or suppliers that have not signed a formal fee agreement. Our supplier base is limited to specific hiring needs. Therefore, any resume received from an unapproved supplier will be considered unsolicited, and Intel will not be obligated to pay a referral fee.
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5. What's next?
Intel recruiters regularly search our database to locate qualified candidates. If there is an appropriate opportunity that matches your skills, you will be contacted by a staffing representative or the hiring organization.
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