I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Texas Instruments in December 2012.
Interview Details – Interview Process is very quick and different. Ti had me do a Technical Presentation and present it to two managers at a time. They would ask questions either over that or over some other questions they prepared.
Interview Question – I did my presentation over my senior design so most of the questions I was extremely prepared for. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – It was a very fast turn around process. After your interview you know within a week.
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Texas Instruments in November 2012.
Interview Details –
The process began with on campus recruiteres, who took my resumes and had a short chat with.
Next I was invited for an on [school] campus interview followed by the next phase which was a virtual or webex interview where I had to give a presentation on a project I had worked on.
The final stage was the on site interview and it was by far the best interview experience I have ever had. They flew me in on a Wednesday morning, that evening I was treated to a happy hour and dinner where I met with employees who are in the rotation program I was interviewing for, they were all my age and spoke highly of the program. They had a short presentation to highlight the program and were all really cool people, made the whole experience really fun.
The actual interview was on Thursday where we met with the same members of the rotation program to guide us to our interview locatoin, give us a tour, and chat with us before and after the interviews.
The actual interview consisted of two 1 hour interviews each with 2 interviewers each. I had to give my presentation to both pairs separately during the two 1 hour interviews and was then asked questions on the presentation and other technical and personality questions.
Interview Question – The most difficult question I was asked was when I was told to look at an unlabeled circuit diagram and try my best to identify what it could be for and describe it as best as possible, View Answer
Negotiation Details – They gave me an offer letter which I was very pleased with, the offer was for far more than I original anticipated. I asked if there is any room for negotiations before I had to respond and it seemed to be pretty set in stone, although I was very satified and accepted without hesitation.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Texas Instruments in December 2012.
Interview Details –
The process started with an alumnus coming to my college to talk about the different rotation programs at Texas Instruments. Unfortunately, there is not a recruiting effort at my college for TI, but he was able to get my resume to the recruiter for the position. After talking on the phone with the recruiter, I was sent down to Dallas for an on-site interview and had to give a short presentation.
Got in on a Wednesday night and met with people who had been in the position for a few months who had good insight into the company as well as the area (Dallas). On the day of the interview, they met us again and gave us a tour of the SC building, it was nice to see a glimpse into everyday life. The actual interviews were effecient and effective taking around 2 hours. I got a call back with the offer in the airport later that day.
Interview Question – Most questions were straightforward about the project in which I presented. Also questions about team work and problem solving. I had a question about PID controllers I was not expecting as well as a couple questions regarding non-technical experience on my resume. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – None.
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Texas Instruments.
Interview Details – Had a series of three interviews. One which was online. You were looking at yourself in the camera and the computer would post a question and you had 30 seconds to think of an answer and then 2 minutes to answer. They were typical questions. Next was a phone interview with a TSR. Basic interview questions. Next I was flown to Dallas. Had a panel interview and a sales simulation. The people interviewing you were very laid back, fun and nice.
Interview Question – Do you love to win or hate to loose? Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Texas Instruments in October 2013.
Interview Details – 3 interviews total. First interview behavioral on campus. Second interview mostly behavioral over the phone. 3 interview included a visit to Dallas headquarters for a simulation interview and another behavioral interview.
Interview Question – What makes you think you would be good at sales? Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Texas Instruments in May 2009.
Interview Details – Came into office with the manager and other superintendents, meeting was pretty easy going.
Interview Question – Nothing surprising i was a new hire out of college. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – none
I applied through college or university and interviewed at Texas Instruments.
Interview Details –
First round was a phone interview with the recruiter (who I later found out was the HEAD of talent management). Behavioral interview questions.
Second round flew me down to Dallas and had 2 panel interviews with 2 HR managers each. Both behavioral. Then got lunch with people in the rotational program, which was casual and more about them telling me about the program.
Overall the experience was great. They made me feel very comfortable and it was much more conversational than intense. Genuinely enjoyed getting to know my interviewers during the interviews.
Interview Question – They were all pretty typical of what you would expect a behavioral interview to be Answer Question
I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Texas Instruments.
Interview Details – I applied through my school's career website and scheduled an interview. Once I got to the interview, the interviewer asked me a couple of standard administrative questions and then asked me about an accomplishment that I am most proud of. He mostly asked about this one project and things that I did to overcome challenges and things along that line.
Interview Question – Tell me about a time you did something creative and how you would define creativity. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Texas Instruments.
Interview Details – Met recruiter at career fair on campus, interviewed the next day. They were looking for people with strong leadership background/potential for the leadership development program. IE: Management grooming. They specifically told me they "were looking for the next VP of TI". That's not really the type of job I'm looking for.
Interview Question – Where do you see yourself in ten years? Answer this correctly if you want to be a part of their upper management training process. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Texas Instruments.
Interview Details – Interviewed on campus, was mainly behavior. it had only two technical questions. the next step is a more indepth technical interview.
Interview Question – To tell them about a project you've done. Answer Question
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