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Design Engineer Interview (Neutral Experience; Difficult Interview)
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Micron Technology in February 2011.
Interview Details – Ask too many technical questions that I don't know in the areas that are not related in the sense that to test your general knowledge and smartness and creative thinking skills. Also they do ask how you solve the problem and how you approach to solve the problem.
Interview Question – How many gas stations in LA? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Not that hard.
Product Manager Interview (Positive Experience; Average Interview)
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Micron Technology in November 2010.
Interview Details – I was interviewed over the phone by the hiring manager, then asked to come in and talk to about 5 different people. Oddly I had lunch with another candidate along with the hiring manager (a bit weird). I was offered a job within a week. Following this process and my acceptance of the job, the company underwent significant organizational changes including being purchased (Numonyx) in 2011. I have since left the company.
Interview Question – What do you do when a co-worker relationship sours? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Negotiated with their recruiter but felt the salary they eventually offered was fair so I took it.
Human Resources Intern Interview (Neutral Experience)
Interviewed at Micron Technology
Interview Details – applied to position, interviewed with a panel of three people, then was made an offer, did not negotiate pay as it was reasonable and what I had expected. They were concerned with my Human Resource Knowledge and my aptitude and work ethic.
Interview Question – What's difference in working HR in smaller vs larger companies Answer Question
Manufacturing Engineer Interview (Positive Experience; Easy Interview)
Interviewed at Micron Technology
Interview Details – I was contacted by the company and had a phone interview of about 30 minutes, only one "technical" question but still very easy. I was then contacted for an onsite interview that involved meeting with people at different levels of the organization.
Interview Question – Nothing was difficult or unexpected really. View Answer
Equipment Technician Interview (Neutral Experience)
I applied in-person and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Micron Technology.
Interview Details – Interview with about 4 to 5 managers. Various questions related to the positions. Different scenarios dealing with tech and maintenance. Have to describe circuits drawings. Have to know about pumps and vacuum systems.
Interview Question – AC/DC and electrical questions. Questions on cuicuts. Answer Question
Intern SSD Product Engineer Interview (Positive Experience; Average Interview)
I applied online - interviewed at Micron Technology in March 2014.
Interview Details – Submitted application through their website, sent copy to a friend who works there and he told me it should be 2 pages and highlight the projects I had worked on in school (i.e. special projects, class projects, etc...). So I redrafted my resume as my friend suggested and he turned it in to Human Resources for me. a couple weeks later I was notified by email I would be having a phone interview. I studied up on digital logic, microelectronics and did a little research on NAND Flash memory technology prior to the interview. Tne interviewer never once had to ask me questions like why I wanted to work at Micron, why I would be a good fit there, how and when I had shown initiative in the past, or any of the usual interview questions of that type because I took every opportunity to sell myself by telling the interviewer these things without being prompted. The only technical questions I was asked where specific to NAND Flash memory, the thing I spent the least time studying, but I was able to reason out answers to questions I did not really know the answers to and never once said, 'I don't know'. I didn't really feel the interview went as well as it could have, but I guess I did alright because two weeks later I got an offer letter and will work 13 weeks this summer.
Interview Question – Why does a NAND memory cell have a finite number of write/erase cycles? View Answer
Negotiation Details – No negotiation, they send you an offer letter that says what the wage is that they are offering, and since that seemed pretty generous for a Junior in college, and they were offering $600/month housing, I didn't attempt to negotiate further.
Director Design Engineering Interview (Neutral Experience)
Interviewed at Micron Technology
Interview Details – Very informal interview process. I was asked into a conference room. I spoke to 3 interviewers for 45 minutes each. After that I was introduced to the Vice President of the group. He talked to me at length about my past experience and specifically about a project I had done in the past. he told me what project he had in mind and solicited ideas around his project idea. he asked me if I would be interested in heading up the program he had in mind, to which I replied in the affirmative.
Interview Question – Why don't you do your own company. Answer Question
Shift Reticle Engineer Interview (Positive Experience; Easy Interview)
I applied online and the process took 6 weeks - interviewed at Micron Technology in January 2011.
Interview Details – Initially had a phone interview from HR Recruiter. Very basic. A week later had a phone interview with the hiring manager. Upon review I was flown into Boise for a 4 hour interview. The time block was split into 6 separate smaller interviews. Relatively basic, just long. I was not aware of the interview time span so I should have eaten lunch beforehand.
Interview Question – No technical questions in my interview. A few questions about my previous knowledge of photo-lithography from college courses. Answer Question
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