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Senior Program Manager Interview
I applied in-person – interviewed at Intel Corporation (Santa Clara, CA).
Informal, found out who was the hiring manager and agreed directly about screening and interviews
- Tell me everything in detail about your last project Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for Intel Corporation
Senior Program Manager InterviewAccepted Offer
Phone screen, on-site interview by multiple people covering 360 degrees
- As a program manager who do you interact with and how do you interact with different people with different positions? Give examples from your experience to show what worked and what didn't. Answer Question
Senior Program Manager InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3+ months – interviewed at Intel Corporation (Bellevue, WA) in May 2011.
6 - 1 hr interviews that covered off Project Management skills, Program Management and Reporting, Stakeholder relations, C++/C coding skills, People Management... the full gamut of what is expected out of a Senior Technical person. There was an onus on cultural fit as well - the interviewers were all very senior engineers with decades of experience in the industry and as a result the interviews were challenging but a very rewarding interaction informative for both sides.
- How would I implement a Agile/Scrum type process in an environment where change is not just reality, but expected? 1 Answer
not bad - it was in a challenging employment environment, so the offer was low compared to Seattle standards. But the benefits, bonus program and signing terms made up for it - I asked to put the base salary at the same level as my last FTE role and everyone accepted.
Senior Program Manager InterviewDeclined OfferPositive ExperienceDifficult Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3+ weeks – interviewed at Intel Corporation (Chandler, AZ) in January 2009.
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.
- Most difficult question: "When will we regret hiring you?" Answer Question
Reasons 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.
Senior Program Manager InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 2 days – interviewed at Intel Corporation (Bangalore (India)) in July 2013.
In our College, they usually set off an Initial Cutoff and then take Interview. They conducted 3 Rounds in Total. Round 1: Telephonic Interview. they already had my Resume. So, after Introduction he said : "Ishan, Which Language you are convenient with?". I replied 'C'. Then he asked few ques from C. Ques were not very basic, but if u had studied C, u'll be able to answer them easily. After that, he asked few questions from memory management and Processor Management. Round 2: 1:1 interview (After a week) There the Interviewer took my resume and started questioning about my Projects and about the subjects That I had studied. Then he asked me approach to Parallelize Quicksort Algo and write code for parallelizing any sorting algo of my choice. Round 3: Behavioral Interview Asked few Questions related to Political Interest and my social interests.
- I don't find any question difficult. they were asking good questions. If you had studied well, then u can easily do it. Answer Question
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