Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Intel Corporation
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QA Engineer Interview
The process took a week – interviewed at Intel Corporation (Hillsboro, OR).
Very flexible with me in interview scheduling. I was able to interview late in the day after my regular job. Multiple interview days, though. Also, very unclear which project I was interviewing for. Constant internal reorgs. Nobody seemed really happy working there.
- On my second interview, I was asked in depth about my college experience and lack of degree, even though I had 19 years of industry experience and had never run into this issue before in a multitude of companies. Answer Question
Reasons for Declining
More exciting opportunities with better defined requirements and compensation elsewhere in the area.
Other Interview Reviews for Intel Corporation
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Intel Corporation (Bucharest (Romania)) in November 2010.
I was first contacted on Linkedin. The first phone interview was scheduled in 2 weeks and was more like a prescreening. No technical questions, only questions about previous experience, likes or dislikes (for example, "What is your favorite Linux distribution"). I received a positive response after a week and scheduled the face to face in another 2 weeks. The interview was behavioral with questions about previous experience, school experience and personal projects.
- Give an example of a situation in which you had to respect privacy or personal information. Answer Question
I did not negotiate and it was a big mistake because the pay was very low and it did not change in 3 years almost at all.