I applied in-person and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Power Integrations.
Interview Details – Lots of Interviews with different people. Will have to do writing sample. Will have to come for several rounds of interviewing. Very through.
Interview Question – I dont really know if there is an unexpected question. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – negotiate hard. If they like you they will bend.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Power Integrations in April 2009.
Interview Details –
Initial recruiter interview was ignored, but when I called back, I got an interview immediately. I had a phone screen with the recruiter, then in-person interviews with the whole team - other marketing managers and engineers, HR. I believe I talked to 5 people total for 45 minutes each.
The people definitely looked busy and overworked. It had a small-office feel. Work culture is common for the semi-conductor industry - get in at 8, leave at 6.
Typical questions include common industry problems, such as how to beat low-cost competitors out in Asia.
Other questions include RC circuits, LC circuits.
Another question was based on taking an AC input and converting it to a stable DC voltage. (Flyback)
Negotiation Details – Negotiations were cordial. Just remember - paid education is a myth, no matter what the HR person tells you.
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Power Integrations in July 2010.
Interview Details – First step is the phone interview with HR Manager first for about 20 minutes. The second step is the phone screen with the group director. He go over my resume and discuss about some interesting project in details. THen he interoduce the position.
Interview Question – WHat is the reason of looking for a new opportunity? Answer Question
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