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Getting an Interview
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- Declined OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Intel Corporation.
lots of interviews and full resume is scanned. Full day is required. there are both face to face and telephonic discussions. overall experience is nice, good exposure to the fab industry
- questions on various aspects from STA, design implementation, libraries etc 1 Answer
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Intel Corporation (Portland, OR).
1 Phone Screen by Hiring Manager 3 Technical Phone Screens from Engineers All day on-site interview (1 Presentation, 1 lunch interview with Hiring Manager, 8 1:1 interviews with engineers) Phone Screens were quite technical in nature, asked questions on Applied Mathematics, C++, PhD expertise, Chemical Engineering, etc. Lunch interview with Hiring Manager was tricky with all sorts of behavioral questions aimed at judging personality, etc.
- I was mostly asked interview questions about my PhD, and how I would apply them to the job under consideration. Answer Question
- No OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Intel Corporation (Hillsboro, OR) in August 2015.
A few engineers from Intel came to my university to recruit graduating doctoral students. At the end they collected resumes and emailed some students the next day for phone interviews. The phone interview was around a half hour on a Friday, and the interviewer said he would speak with groups at Intel and see if anyone was interested. The following Monday I received an email inviting me to fly out for an interview a week and a half later. The interview day started with a presentation of my thesis work and a technical interview with around 4 engineers. They took me to lunch and then a short tour of the fab, then the afternoon consisted of two interviews with a manager (one level up) and then an area manager (two levels up.)
- Accepted OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
Phone screen for about 15 to 20 mins followed by face to face for about 3 hrs i.e 3 to 4 interviews in total, they flew me down onsite, received offer and salary negotiation. I accepted the offer and joined
- typical interview questions like reverse linked list, implement string compare Answer Question
- No OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Intel Corporation (Hillsboro, OR) in July 2015.
It was a whole day interview process from morning to evening. Research talk was the first thing on the morning followed by technical interview session and lunch with the manager and three more interviews in the evening.
- How did you manage to motivate yourself when the work doesn&amp;#039;t go as well as you had hoped for? 1 Answer
- No OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Intel Corporation (Phoenix, AZ) in June 2015.
Phone Interview, Followed by on-site, The whole process took 2 weeks. The onsite interview included 7 interviews in total, one after the other in a very busy schedule. They also ask me to do a one hour interview about my research. The interviewers were nice and friendly but the whole thing felt rush.
- Tell me about your research Answer Question
- No OfferNegative ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Intel Corporation.
Smooth process without HR to get phone interview and on-site. Seven rounds of technical interview from 10am to 5pm, telecommunication knowledge and C language coding. Some interviewers showed obviously unfriendly attitude for unknown reason and tried to pick any minor issue during the interview
- some system design related question. Answer Question
Helpful (1)No Offer
I was referred through an internal referrel in the month of May. On July 16th I got a phone interivew and got a call for Onsite interview on November 5th. One week after the interview on a Thursday got the reject email. The only way to be noticed by hiring manager is internal referral. There is no point in applying through their candidate profile. Hundreds of people will be applying and how can a hiring manager look into all those profiles. The other ways to get noticed is through university recruiting process as you will have a chance to talk to hiring manger in person. One week after my friend referred me I got a message from a hiring manager . After writing several times I finally got a phone interview opportunity one month later on June 17th. It went very well with usual behavioral questions and these hiring managers are quite senior people and was aware of my research institution and the importance of our work. He told he will discuss with other hiring managers and I will be informed in a week or so. Then I waited, waited for long time and wrote several weekly emails. This hiring manager did not get pissed off by all my emails but he replied me time to time assuring that he will discuss my application. Finally one day in October I sent an email that I will not write any more emails and thanks for opportunity. That email was a hard one. He would have felt very bad and he immedaitely responded telling that he will resolve this issue. And he did invite me to the onsite interview which happened on 5th of November. Several things went wrong. I updated the resume with the event coordinator and she did not change my resume. So please stick with the very first resume that you send. Prepare very well about the hands on experience. What did u fix during your PhD. I did prepare very well but I was not able to answer weakness question beyond the point I prepared. I said couple of weakness. But the interviewer was asking 3-4. I had 6 interviews and 4 went well, 1 went bad and 1 neutral experience. May be they need yes from all the interviewers. It is also luck involved. The area manager interviews went very well. But some team leaders came and screwed up my interviews. The final interviewer, a chinese guy, was asking me to write quantum mechanics equations. I told I studied these 6 years back and am experimental physicist. So I explained the implications and need for those equations. Then he was telling that you are not strong in basics. This guy had really thick accent and he asked me for weakness and I explained my weakness and stopped. Then he is telling that he asked for 3 and I told only one and I am not paying attention. This is the only interview I think I screwed up. Overall it was a great experience except the one with the final guy. It was fun travelling to Hillsboro and facing one day full of interviews. I should be better prepared for this day. Just give them what they are expecting from you and you should get this job. I will try again later.
- If an insect is trapped in soap bubble what will happen to insect. Will it survive or perish? Some of the liquid droplet on surface retain their shape while some droplets loose their shape. Explain physics behind? Answer Question
- No Offer
need to pass through 6 interviewers. they set you up with six diffeent engineers . they are ar very organized so you might get the same questions from 2 different interviewrs . so listen closely to the questions and verify you know the answer . if you do not know the answer ask the intervewer to give ou the correct answer
- 3 weaknesses 1 Answer
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Intel Corporation (Hillsboro, OR) in September 2014.
whole day interview, each person - one hour; managers mostly interested in the behavioral skills, especially second level managers. However all those who interview you judge your personal qualities, one that concern everyone the most - your sincerity. Since they from different technical backgrounds expect questions on different subjects, though somewhat related to the job description. Ability to communicate is measured, so don't be shy to ask questions, in particular to make sure you understand what you are being asked.
- It was an internal interview, the questions were about specific experience in the previous jobs in Intel Answer Question
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