Note from the blog manager: Michelle, currently a Hiring Events Program Manager at Intel, is traveling to some exciting U.S. cities this summer! Follow her on her adventure as she searches for talent to bring to Intel! Could you be one of them?Michelle here and I’m a Recruiter turned Hiring Event Program Manager for the summer. I’ll be traveling around the US looking for passionate individuals to join the Intel team! First stop is Atlanta, Georgia on June 30! I’m really excited to hear from experienced Hardware and Software Engineers and Architects in the Atlanta/Georgia area. So, if you’ve ever considered relocating and have the skills we are hiring for, then this is your chance to be interviewed face-to-face by Intel hiring managers. No planes or travelling; we’re coming to you – how much easier could it be? Even if you’ve never thought of leaving Georgia before in your life–maybe now is the time to consider it. So c’mon–send me your resume–or a paragraph about what you do! It doesn’t need to be formal (because I know everyone dreads updating their resume) and let’s talk! Visit our Intel Atlanta, Georgia Hiring Event page to learn more about the positions we are hiring for, the great cities where we have job opportunities, and how to apply. We’ll contact you with more details about the event after you apply. By the way, my next stop is Austin, Texas! Stay tuned for my next post!
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