I applied through college or university - interviewed at Intel Corporation in October 2013.
Interview Details – A person from Intel came to our college campus to give a seminar/information session about Intel. He previously had mentioned that he would be accepting CV/Resume's after his session. This is how I got to meet him and give him my CV in person. After a week of the information session, I got an email from the same person asking if I would be available for a phone interview. After exchanging a few mails we decided on a date and time. On the day of the interview, there were two people asking me questions. One was the same person I spoke to in campus and the other whom I have not met before. They both were very friendly and spoke very casually asking me questions about my thesis work and the equipments that I have used for my thesis work. After nearly 40 minutes of questions that comprised of technical aspects of my research, behavioral and details of my past research experience, they asked me if I would be interested to visit them for an on-site interview. I have scheduled the interview in a few weeks.
Interview Question – Describe to me briefly about your research in two minutes!--This one was particularly hard not because I do not know my own research, but its hard to express all the intricate details of 5+ years of work that I have done in 2 minutes! Answer Question
Interviewed at Intel Corporation
Interview Details – both technical and behavior interviews at the onsite interview
Interview Question – several technical questions Answer Question
Negotiation Details – no negotiation on base.
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I applied through college or university and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Intel Corporation in October 2013.
Interview Details – I attended the presentation gave by an Intel manager at our campus then met with him. He asked if I am available for a 30-min interview the day after. In the interview, he just asked about general things I have done in my PhD and postdoc work and proposed an onsite interview for me.
In the onsite interview I gave a presentation (45 minutes+15 minutes questions) and I met 8 people in 1-1 basis. These interviews were in the Cafeteria and were relaxed, people are really nice. We left in between for lunch in a restaurant and we talked about everything except work.
By the end of the day, I met the same manager who gave me an offer that I accepted.
Interview Question – All questions were about my research, so no really hard questions. It was more about a chat than questions. May be except for few behavioral questions (why Intel? why industry? how to deal with stress ? conflicts? etc). i had two quizzes that I tried to answer, he was more looking on the way of solving them not the solution. I even tried to criticize the solution he gave. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – The offer was very interesting for me and it was not negotiable, so I just accepted.
I applied through college or university and interviewed at Intel Corporation.
Interview Details – I gave my resume to the recruiter when he visited our school. one week later, received an email to setup a phone interview. so far did not get the call yet.
I applied online and the process took 6+ weeks - interviewed at Intel Corporation in September 2013.
Interview Details – I applied online and got a response from them a month or so later. The hiring manager called me to setup a phone interview. He said he would call back in 3-4 days within the time we discussed, but called back the same night to have the phone interview. It was mostly technical on basic semiconductor knowledge and lasted about 20 minutes. In 4 days I heard from their staffing department telling me that I had been selected for an onsite interview. I setup the final date within 2 weeks.
The onsite was an all day experience. Basically everyone was very nice and gave a good feel for how the job is structured. I had one presentation (1 hr) and 4 one-on-one interviews (1 hr each). Mostly questions were technical, relating to MOS properties, p-n junctions etc. They threw a lot of problems at me to see how I would tackle it, even if I had little knowledge of it. Basically they push to to the correct answer so long you have a positive and right approach towards the problem. The there were some usual behavioral type questions, nothing out of the usual. My hiring manager told me that he will let me know within 3 days if it was negative. I left feeling very satisfied. The hiring manager emailed me very next day asking my current visa status so he can get the process moving, so that was positive. I heard back from the staffing department within 4 weeks confirming the offer.
Interview Question – A batch of wafers are getting cleaned in acid, aqueous and drying environments and a technician calls you in the middle of the night reporting that the wafers are having an unusual number of defects. How do solve the problem and what advice do you give the technician? View Answers (3)
Negotiation Details – The salary for RCG was extremely good compared to other companies and there is no room for negotiation. The start date is something one can work on with the hiring manager and depending on when you complete your degree.
The process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Intel Corporation.
Interview Details – I was fortunate enough to get an interview in Phoenix, AZ for this position. They had a short phone interview after which they invited me to come on site. Many of my friends interviewed at that location and received a schedule with interview details a week before the interview. Unfortunately I did not get a schedule until the day of my interview so I was going in to the interview blind. I even had to email the hiring manager the night before just to get the building address.
Upon arrival I was told that I was given the wrong building number, luckily I came early and was not late, since the correct building was only a block away. There were four other candidates for the position. We were all given an introduction to the job at the same time, after which we had four private interviews. Everyone was very nice, knowledgeable and laid back. We had a very good conversation with a few behavioral questions in between. The questions they asked were very similar to the ones posted on this website. The only question that was not on the list was "why is your GPA not so great? Why not 4.0?". My GPA is in the 3.6-3.8 range so it is not too horrible. I replied that I had to balance my classes with research which resulted in a couple of B's, however, classes that were applicable to my field of study are all A's. In addition, my research resulted in a number of publications with novel concepts, so at times I had to sacrifice some study time to advance my projects. The interviewer seemed to take this response positively, noting that the job will require balancing multiple important projects at the same time and often requires compromise.
After the interview, I sent a thank you letter as is customary. Since they did not tell me how long it will take for them to get back to me with an answer I waited for two weeks before contacting them again. I did not hear back from them since the interview three months ago. The hiring manager didn't reply to any of my inquiries so I am assuming I didn't get the job.
Note that this experience only reflects on the management style of one group. Many of my friends heard back within two weeks of their interviews whether they got it or not. Most groups will let you know, this was my unique experience.
Interview Question – Why is your GPA not a 4.0? See above for my response. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Intel Corporation in October 2013.
Interview Details – Most of questions focus on my resume
Interview Question – Everything is expected Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Intel Corporation in March 2013.
Interview Details – I applied online and two days later I received an email to schedule a phonescreen interview for the next week. The phone call lasted 40 minutes approximately and the questions were mainly behavioral. The interviewer went through my resume and asked me about some dissertation details. At the end, he told me he'd contact me to inform me about a decision, and so he did. I didn't get an invitation for onsite interview
Interview Question – Few technical questions in the phonescreen interview. Technical questions were all related to my dissertation. Answer Question
I applied online - interviewed at Intel Corporation in August 2013.
Interview Details – Applied online, got phone ph call. In ph call they asked in detail about my project, details about some equipment i used. In behavioral question, they wanted to hear experience about working in a team. Onsite: 2 people will take interview and they may say as team interview, in which they wanted to hear your experience working with team. Show them a rosy picture and realistic picture. They will play good cop bad cop, so don't get intimidated. Then there was technical, again same thing, now they will focus on how things work. Then 1 hr presentation, then lunch then 30 mint team leader, he will ask technical, behavioral. Finally manager of team leader, he will ask few more things,you can ask him questions. That's it
Interview Question – if you r good with technical then for behavioral, have a good story line. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and interviewed at Intel Corporation.
Interview Details – I have gone through three interviews from three different groups in Intel. Two campus recruitment and one phone interview. Typical interviews are about the experiences on your resumes. One of the interviews has behavior questions too.
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