LinkedIn notified me today that there is a new job by Intel India for the position of Human Resources Director, and I may be interested … See link below for the said, Intel India job.
I thought of applying and what drew my attention was the JR0004465 before the position title. Do you think this the right way to write a job title for such a senior job advert? Do you think any candidate would be interested in knowing the internal, Intel India job code for this position? I guess it is some kind of a job code/job reference number. Not very sure but when we write a position title, we write the level of hierarchy first, followed by the function it manages. But that’s OK.
Neatly written job description through quite top level view and quite airy and over the top responsibilities, often times vague. Surprise comes when you see this Human Resources Director will report to the Senior Manager-Human Resources. This may be an unforced error but serious. I am assuming a Director is a senior position than a senior manager at Intel.
Now, since it asked for applying on company website, I clicked there and come a bigger and foul smelling surprise. Absolutely distasteful and assume very much unlike an Intel.
Click landed me to a page called careesma.in. See below. I do not what this careesma.in is. Ideally apply click should have taken me to a taleo or brassring or directly to Intel career page, etc. Surprised and bit demotivated.
Check the link below-
It says, careesma is the fastest growing jobsite in India. Good to know but extremely surprised Intel is following careesma route to hire top/senior talent!
As if above experience was not enough to douse any enthusiasm to apply, here comes the whimper..
Experience level says 3 to 5 years. Education-MS? What is MS doing in India for a senior HR role? Check snapshot below-
Now, I started enjoying the fun and here next step led me to Apply on Employer Site. I filled details and …
here comes the nemesis! Welcome to the most exciting applicant experience at Intel.