I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 months - interviewed at IBM.
Interview Details – Initially had 2 phone interviews with hiring managers lasting 30 mins each. After that I got invited to come on site for a formal interview consisting of 8 30 minute long one on one interviews, a seminar, and a lab tour. Got a call from a manager a week later welcoming me onboard. The official offer came 2 days later.
Interview Question – Most questions had to do with my experience and research interests. There were no unexpected questions. A large portion of the interview was to ensure a good fit with the group's dynamic. Answer Question
The process took 2 days - interviewed at IBM in February 2011.
Interview Details – I applied online through IBM's website. About a month later I received a call from HR asking some clarifying questions about my resume and experience. That conversation went well, and the lady told me she would forward my resume. The next day I heard from someone in the department I would be working in. He asked me questions more about my technical experience and projects. That conversation also went well and he told me I should expect to hear from HR. It has been a couple of weeks and I haven't heard anything yet. Overall this has been a very positive experience, and i hope to have the opportunity to start my career with IBM.
Interview Question – I was asked specifics about Cadence Virtuoso, and my experience relating to it. View Answer
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