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Device Engineer Interview
I applied through college or university. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at SanDisk (Milpitas, CA) in November 2014.
It was a campus recruiting event including 20 candidates for the positions of devices engineer and circuit design engineer. We interviewed with five engineers and one HR. Most of the questions were about my projects and research experience on my resume. And they asked me to provide many details and also some further questions about semiconductor devices. We also had a tour in Sandisk visiting the labs, office and the gym.
- C-V curves of MOSFETs, NAND memory Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for SanDisk
Device Engineer InterviewDeclined OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took a week. I interviewed at SanDisk (Milpitas, CA) in January 2014.
I applied for this position at the SanDisk website Took one week from a phone call interview to on-site interview. Met 6 people including HR manager for 5 hours. Each interview took 45 mins except lunch hour with an interviewer.
- They asked me my Ph.D works and previous professional work experience and knowledge. Mostly easy, but sharp questions. The hiring manager told me he already knew about me through the phone call interview as well as resume, so it's my tun to ask him about everything. One interviewer grilled me with tricky questions about weird transistor structures. The manager and a technical VP were very friendly and nice guys. Answer Question
Device Engineer InterviewNo Offer
Basic device questions, such as PN junction, CMOS, and behavior question. What is your favorite course, why choose our company
Device Engineer InterviewNo OfferNeutral ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. I interviewed at SanDisk in July 2013.
Initial contact was 3 months from the date I applied. The hiring manager had send me an email about a phone interview, was also contacted by the HR the day before the interview to update my profile on their system. Interview was focused on fundamentals and broken down questions by the interviewer. He was very patient to explain about the questions and the approach.
- What course you disliked the most? Answer Question
Device Engineer InterviewAccepted OfferDifficult Interview
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at SanDisk.
An hour long phone interview followed by day long on-site interview.
- Personal weakness Answer Question
Device Engineer InterviewNo OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at SanDisk (Milpitas, CA) in April 2010.
First got a phone interview from an engineer in the group, and then asked by HR to go for an on-site interview. Met 8 people, including managers from other groups, but all within the same device engineering group. Normal behave questions on current job, and some technical questions on device engineering, such as NAND structure, MOSFET structure... However, what I am not happy with is that they didn't interview me for the job I applied. I even didn't know the job description before the interview started. Hiring manager never called me before this on-site, and I knew nothing about the group and the job responsibilities I was going to perform. The position was a much lower level position than what I was expecting, it was just tedious chip testing and data analysis. They could find a fresh graduate out of school to do it, not me. I will not apply for their jobs anymore
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