Communications Student
Intel Corporation
San Jose, H, CR
hace 4 días

Job Description

Our Finance Career Development Council is looking for a Student Worker passionate about communications and visual design to develop and execute multiple communications strategies to reach our almost 300 employees' Organization.

The person on this role will work with Finance Managers to help them to design the best way to communicate their initiatives to the Organization in a creative and artistic manner.


The candidate must be an active University STUDENT.

The Student employee should be at least in their second year of career pursuing a Bachelor's degree on Communication, Public Relations, Marketing, Advertising, Graphic Design or any related field.

Being able to work 32 hours / week

Passion for advertising & creative work

Excellent written and verbal English proficiency

Attention to detail, ability to work independently, take responsibility and meet deadlines

Strong communication and interpersonal skills

Ability to work well in a diverse team environment

Nice to Have Qualifications :

Experience in planning and organizing events

Familiarity with Microsoft Office, in particular Excel and PowerPoint

Knowledge of Adobe Creative Cloud, Photoshop, Illustrator, Video Editing

Inside this Business Group

As members of the Finance team, employees act as full partners in making and supporting business decisions that are aimed at maximizing shareholder value.

Intel Finance has a strong focus on facilitating change and improvement both within finance and in the operations supported.

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