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Program Manager – new

Texas Instruments Dallas, TX

• Deliver Analog and Mixed Signal Products meeting spec, on schedule, at entitlement cost, on budget to commitments. • Partner with the PLM to drive… Texas Instruments

7 days ago

Math Segment Manager

Texas Instruments Dallas, TX

This position is based in Dallas and will require 25% travel. Responsibilities: •Use math teaching experience to work closely… Texas Instruments

7 days ago

Applications Engineer (m/f)

Texas Instruments Delft

will include: - Characterization and validation of complex RF and analog chips - Development of automated (RF/analog) test infrastructure for… Texas Instruments

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    New business college hires start out at TI in a 3 years rotational program in operations, accounting, and finance. You have the option to be a generalist, which rotates through all three functions, or specialist, which rotates through 3 different role in same function.


    Once you complete the program, as a generalist you could feel like you are only in year 2 of your chosen path, but in reality you could build a great network and be expose to a lot of things throughout the rotations.

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    Due to the flat organization structure, upward opportunities could seem limited, however the individual responsibilities could vary widely in same level.

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