Job Description: Provides varying levels of counsel and general financial information to
operational business groups or factories to assist and/or drive the business decision making
process. Ensures compliance with generally accepted reporting standards and corporate policies
to ensure the integrity of external and internal reporting. General information and counsel may
be provided in the areas of pricing, cost, marketing strategies, return on investment
decisions, and the development of overall business plans and strategies. Supports the business
control function by closing the books, analyzing variances and trends, and developing financial
forecasts that are consistent with the business objectives of the organization. (Credit
Representatives and Risk Management Analysts included here.) Risk Management/Credit
Description: Develops, implements, and administers company casualty and property loss
insurance programs. Analyzes and defines potential loss areas and determines appropriate type
and level of loss protection to be insured. Prepares specifications for broker or underwriter
bids, evaluates bids and recommends or concludes insurance contracts. Submits claims and
monitors payments. Participates in appraisal and adjustment proceedings. Develops and
coordinates risk control programs to prevent losses and reduce premiums. May administer
workers' compensation insurance program. Credit incumbents analyze customer and potential
customers' financial condition and credit ratings to set credit limits and terms. Responds to
customer/client requests or events as they occur. Develops solutions to problems utilizing
formal education and judgment.
Business group overview: As a member of the Finance team, employees act as a full partner 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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application, please submit your resume/CV to www.intel.com/jobs Please note the job title and
location to complete your search and application. Intel hires qualified candidates who are
authorized to work in the U.S.-- that is, authorized to work without restriction as to a
particular employer. This includes U.S. citizens or nationals, U.S. legal permanent residents,
temporary residents granted legalization under the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986,
asylees, and refugees. For foreign nationals who do not fall in one of the above categories,
we limit our hiring of persons requiring visa sponsorship or individuals currently on a
non-immigrant visa (e.g., H-1, J-1, L-1, F-1, B-1, TN) to candidates at the MS and PhD levels
(or those who have equivalent work experience) who are applying for positions for which there
is a demonstrated shortage of qualified U.S. candidates. At Intel, we are committed to equal
employment opportunity. We respect, value and welcome diversity in our workforce, as well as
in our customers, our suppliers and the global marketplace. Intel also values being a great
place to work and strives to maintain a safe and drug-free workplace. Accordingly, Intel
conditions all offers of employment on satisfactory completion of a drug screen (where
allowed) and a background check. Intel does not accept resumes from headhunters or suppliers
that have not signed a formal fee agreement. Our supplier base is limited to specific hiring
needs. Therefore, any resume received from an unapproved supplier will be considered
unsolicited, and Intel will not be obligated to pay a referral fee.
You should possess a Bachelor of Accounting degree with three to four years of related
experience in operations finance. An M.B.A. with two to three years of related experience in
operations finance is desirable. Critical skills include:
- Ability to work independently and lead in a highly matrixed and ambiguous environment
- Ability to influence multiple stakeholders
- Ability to effectively communicate with senior management.
- Communication: Effectively communicates and articulates key messages to all levels of
employees. Effectively understand and convey larger context, not getting stuck on minutia.
- Partnering: Seeks out and listens to on a spectrum of topics going beyond your functional
expertise. Ability to work effectively with others at different locations to achieve results.
- Action Oriented: Works across the organization to identify and remove roadblocks. Accepts
changes and aligns work and priorities appropriately. Energized by the challenge of the
- Teamwork: Takes responsibility for helping the team achieve results.
Salary/Benefits: Salary commensurate with experience
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