I applied through college or university and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Texas Instruments in November 2012.
Interview Details – On campus interview with a director of the accounting department. The next day, received an invitation to second round interviews at the company. Total of about 17-20 candidates which included flying people in from out of state. Dress was business casual during the whole time by the way.
Day 1: Stayed at the Hyatt Hotel after having a informational welcome dinner
Day 2: Fun [tiring] day, toured downtown dallas, toured both TI campuses and got to learn about some things they actually make, got to see the "clean room", went back to hotel for company mixer that night. Included the CFO, and a ton of finance, accounting, and operations managers, as well as other ACCESS employees
Day 3: Day long interview/case competition. You were split into groups at the welcome dinner so your group had certain times for interviews or the case competition which started from 8am-4pm with large breaks in between. The 2 panel interviews were 3 on 1 at 30-45 min each. Case competition was 1 hour (took like 20-25 minutes to read the packet and still didn't even finish) which included the presentation to a group of managers. All interviewers are managers from different sectors of finance, accounting, or operations.
Interview Question – What does it mean for a company to have high payables?
What does it mean if operating profit is increasing, but revenues are decreasing?
Why did you choose accounting? View Answer
Look around you. TI is there. Our analog and embedded processing technologies power every type of electronics you touch – from laptops and cameras to auto infotainment systems and medical technologies to video games… — Full Overview
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