This role includes supporting the team with various different tasks & project both in the hardware and software field. The day to day activities include customer issue replication, building and supporting Intel reference designs and providing lab support to the team. There is also scope for getting involved in other exciting projects outside of day-to-day responsibilities.
Overseeing and Maintaining the processes that allow for Intel to sample their products and facilitate testing for new releases. This includes interacting with internal customers as well as sometimes external customers to make sure the processes run as smoothly as possible and are improved
My role is support for my sales team which works for the EMEA Hewlett Packard Enterprise account. My general day to day involves supporting the team where I can to lighten their load, this could be completing some analysis for them or mainly approving their activities as they come into our tool. Generally I approve activities, complete data analysis, merchandising and help with large events.
Updating the team, setting up for the day. Followed by problem solving for the current project, and collaborating where appropriate. There are a few social calls and/or corporate meetings throughout the week, as well as weekly syncs for areas common to myself and others. Sometimes there are technical expertise calls with interesting developments about cutting edge research.
On a day to day basis I prepare communications to be sent out, answer common HR based questions, make sure employees have easy to access resources, and analyse and aggregate data. What I do every day changes depending on when in the quarter we are or what events we have going on but roughly follows the pattern mentioned above.
I really enjoyed the internship, it is a great company to work for. The work was varied and you could shape opportunities and role based on interest. In making the role your own you had a lot more responsibilities to take action and drive projects. The placement organisation also made it enjoyable as they actively encouraged your growth. There are also lots of opportunities to get involved in outside of your job role such as volunteer activities, and other site activities that making working more enjoyable.
I enjoyed my placement very much. It was a great experience, that includes my responsibilities and other opportunities in which I could get involved, for example committees onsite. The intern community is also a great part of the working environment at Intel. Having other interns to share similar experiences with and go through the same changes with was really helpful. The large intern community also meant that we were able to hold many events and activities at work and outside of work.
My Placement has been extremely enjoyable, I was given the opportunity to work on a variety of projects, adjust my scope around my interests and have the chance to get involved in tasks outside of my normal day to day responsibilities. As well as this, due to the massive pool of interns at intel, the social aspect has also been very enjoyable with many social and charity events being supported throughout the year that enabled an escape from work work work
A great environment to work in with an amazing team that continued to pushed me throughout my placement experience. My role came with a fair amount of responsibility - a good mix between testing my abilities without throwing me in the deep end. The intern community is great and I found a good mix between work/life balance.... a high level of work expected from me but flexible working allowed and socials every Thursday night - always fun.
I had a great experience at Intel. It is a large multinational company with an established internship scheme. Within my role, I have had the opportunity to meet our customers and both attend and organise events. There are also intern committees such as sports & social, Intel Inspire, and the publishing committee. Intel Inspire has been a very rewarding part of my internship, where I had the opportunity to get involved in volunteering to lead STEM activities for younger generation of pupils.