As part of our Legal and Corporate Affairs team, you can put your expertise to work crafting solutions to help Intel address legal and public policy challenges and find innovative solutions to global concerns. You'll be called on to contribute your unique perspectives on a wide range of legal, government, education, environmental, and community-related issues-all with the objective of maximizing return to Intel shareholders, employees, and customers while minimizing liability.
Join a team where your input is valued and your skills are put to use. As an Intel Legal and Corporate Affairs team member, you have the opportunity to provide counsel to business unit managers in legal issues involved in business operations, draft and negotiate patent, copyright, trade secret, and hybrid licenses and other agreements, support Intel corporate activities such as joint ventures, investments, and strategic partnerships, and protect our intellectual property. This team is also responsible for planning and managing programs for our investment in education, managing our brands and trademarks, developing litigation strategy, and serving as Intel's link to governments worldwide.
Intel's guiding principles, policies, and governance structures ensure that we continue to be recognized as a leader in corporate governance and business ethics.
Public Policy for the Global Economy
Intel works with governments, organizations, and industries around the world in advocating policies that encourage new ideas, promote fair commerce, and protect resources.
Intel Policies and Guidelines
We look for candidates with general legal, public policy, and corporate affairs management and leadership skills. Successful individuals will have solid understanding of patent, intellectual property, license, and trademark law with strong experience in at least one of those areas or in supporting legal activities such as infringement or business analysis. We look for self-starters who pride themselves on taking responsibility for results while working well in a team environment. And we require that our intellectual property attorneys have a technical degree in addition to a law degree.
We have exciting opportunities for attorneys, contract managers, paralegals, and public policy and public affairs professionals in a variety of areas, including:
"My true passion for the job is what makes me want to come to work every day. Knowing that I get to work with employees and community leaders to help make our community a better place. And knowing that Intel is truly committed to being an asset to our community." —Natasha, Commuity Engagement and Education Manager, Rio Rancho, NM, USA