Intel SA currently has an opening for its Governments, Markets and Trade division Internship Programme and is calling on highly qualified applicants to send in their application as soon as possible.
Headquartered in Silicon Valley in Santa Clara California, USA, Intel is a multinational technology company. It is one of highest valued and largest semiconductor chip maker based on revenue, ranking only second to Samsung Electronics. Intel is the manufacturer of the processor used in most personal computers all over the world – the x86 series.
Intel’s South Africa facility was established in 1995 and is in Woodmead, Johannesburg housing it’s Sales and Marketing division in the region.
Intel SA Government and Policy Analyst Internship Programme
The successful applicant will be joining Intel SA’s Governments, Markets and Trade division and will be primarily supporting the team in the areas of government relations and policy development in Sub-Sahara, Africa. To get into more details, the duties and responsibilities of the internship are as follows:
- Monitor developments in the country’s legislation
- Represent Intel SA on policy, regulatory and legislative matters in key African countries, external factors, relevant African institutions, non-governmental organizations and trade associations
The selected intern will be reporting directly to the Intel SA’s Government and Policy Director and will be receiving instructions from other Policy Directors if needed.
Who should apply?
The ideal applicant must be able to meet the minimum requirements below in order to be considered for this internship opportunity:
- Have university degree,preferrably in Law, Economics, Political Science or Public Policy
- Knowledgeable in policies and legislations that are highly relevant to the tech sector (preferably in policies about privacy and security or digital trade)
- Solid analytical, written and oral communication skills
- Able to recommend complex policy and technical issues
- Some background or experience working with institutions, legislative processes, government relations and policies in African states
- Comfortable and highly adaptable working in a multi-functional capacity within a fast-paced, international office setting
- Advanced level of spoken and written Engish is key, and fluency in another language e.g French is a definite advantage
How To Apply?
Qualified applicant who wish to apply will need to access Intel’s recruitment page and fill out an online application form. Click here to access the form.
Input the Job ID: JR0124247 whenever possible to quickly locate the application page.
No deadline for submission of application has been set as of this writing
For further enquiries about this internship, contact Intel South Africa at +27 11 563 4600.
- How long does it take to complete the internship?
This internship opportunity runs for a period of 12 months.
- Where will be the location of the internship?
The intern will be based in Intel SA’s Johannesburg offices.