I applied online and interviewed at Intel Corporation.
Interview Details – After phone screen with manager then went to full day interview with 5-7 one-hour interviews. Interviews were split between technical and behavioral. Hiring manager typically does behavioral interview which seeks to get your responses to unexpected questions, stressful job situations, ability to think on your feet. Technical interviews covered both some fundamentals, resume content and job content.
Interview Question – Behavioral question on real life examples of having to deal with difficult co-workers and how situation was handled as well as the eventual outcome. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – didn't really get a chance to negotiate, did not need re-lo.
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Intel Corporation in October 2013.
Interview Details –
behavioral questions. 1) how did you deal with a person who is very difficult to deal with
analytical questions 1) 2 manufacturing processes are in series. What will be the output rate given the output rate of each step 2) some basic questions regarding statistics and probablity 3) detailed questions about my resume and my past work experience
Interview Question – nothing unusual Answer Question
Negotiation Details – very little negotiation - 2-3%
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 interviewed at Intel Corporation in September 2013.
Interview Details – Had a phone interview and recieved an email from the manager after couple of days. They invited me to the onsite interview and they pay everything that is very good compared to other companies. The interview was from 8am to 5pm including a presentation by me. People were very nice and I liked the atmosphere. They asked technical and behavioural questions that were sort of easy to answer. There were couple of questions outside my area of expertise and I honestly told them that it is not my area.
Interview Question – Questions related to stress analysis related to static course. Answer Question
I applied online - interviewed at Intel Corporation in August 2013.
Interview Details – Had applied to the position online and got a phone call from the manager the next day. Scheduled an onsite interview which composed of a presentation I had to give on my thesis for 45 mins to the team followed by 5 rounds of interview by team members. Questions were restricted to my research and projects and questions testing analytic and reasoning skills.
Interview Question – Most of the questions were straight forward. Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3+ weeks - interviewed at Intel Corporation in August 2013.
Interview Details – Very comprehensive interview processes utilizing behavioral interviewing techniques and multiple interviewers. Behavioral interviews are generally tailored to the specific skill set sought (i.e. leadership experience, technical experience, etc.) If hire is external on-boarding averages 4 weeks so be patient.
Interview Question – Most difficult question: "When will we regret hiring you?" Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Once the interviews had completed it was clear my skill set was not a good fit for what they were looking for - potential set-up for failure.
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Intel Corporation in August 2013.
Interview Details – I got an email from the hiring manager to set up a phone interview. The phone interview went well and they flew me out to Arizona for an on-site. They told me to make a presentation for one the projects I did in school. The presentation went really well comparing to the other candidate's which was present at the time. After that I interviewed with pretty much everyone in that group, and took me the entire day. They asked basic EE questions and also gave me some sort of quiz to test my analytical and problem solving skills.
Interview Question – I was asked to explain how a capacitor works Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied through a recruiter and the process took a day - interviewed at Intel Corporation in July 2013.
Interview Details – Met with department manager and a contract employee who was running the test floor. They read over my resume and stated that I knew numerous pieces of equipment from the semiconductor companies and that the position that they were hiring for would be simple to learn for me. They asked me what shift i was willing to work, I had told them the beginning of the week would be nice due to school and family and they hired me, put me on the end of the week, on the night shift, and after 2 days of working, they said that they are not doing any permanent hiring in this department.
Negotiation Details – There wasn't any. It was through Kelly services.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Intel Corporation in June 2013.
Interview Details – phone interview first and after 2 weeks an onsite interview
Interview Question – asked some technical question which is out of the specialty Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Intel Corporation in June 2013.
Interview Details – I had many one on one interviews throughout the day. I thought it went well. Not many technical quesions; mostly questions about my research. There were a few other people interviewing as well. I did not hear back for two weeks so called to follow up. Eventually, I got through and was told they are still interviewing others. I never heard anything and was forced to conclude I ddi not get the job.
Interview Question – Someone I knew recommended me and I was unaware of this. Answer Question
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