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14 days ago

Buyer

Texas Instruments Chengdu

Coordinates purchasing activities with manufacturing, planning and engineering departments to acquire inventory in a cost effective and timely… Texas Instruments


20 days ago

FOL Equipment Technician

Texas Instruments Chengdu

findings and recommending solutions to technical problems.  Work on project to improve machine efficiency and reduce downtime.  Assist engineer to… Texas Instruments


13 days ago

Die Bond Process Engineer

Texas Instruments Chengdu

are primarily focused on developing optimal manufacturing processes for new products, match to Process Development Engineer… Texas Instruments


20 days ago

TMG LDRP Program

Texas Instruments Chengdu

If you are an internal drive with competitive spirit, like to learn in a fast-paced environment, this would be a fantastic opportunity for you. We… Texas Instruments


20 days ago

MFG Supervisor

Texas Instruments Chengdu

This position is usually matrixed with the superintendent position, and is responsible for multiple modules across one shift (whereas superintendents… Texas Instruments


13 days ago

Product Engineer

Texas Instruments Chengdu

Manages new product introduction and production support engineering for a specific product or group of products after transfer from design to… Texas Instruments


13 days ago

WB Process Technician

Texas Instruments Chengdu

Responsible for performing technical tests and experiments for process of Research and Development engineering. Performs set-up of processing… Texas Instruments


13 days ago

Saw Process Engineer

Texas Instruments Chengdu

are primarily focused on developing optimal manufacturing processes for new products, match to Process Development Engineer… Texas Instruments


13 days ago

Product Technician

Texas Instruments Chengdu

Responsible for performing technical tests and experiments for process of Research and Development engineering. Performs set-up of processing… Texas Instruments


20 days ago

Test Technician

Texas Instruments Chengdu

4. Responsible daily PM execution and device & device change setup requested by… Texas Instruments


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    A good company that if they would choose, could be the best.

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    Current Employee - Electrical Design Engineer in Dallas, TX
    Current Employee - Electrical Design Engineer in Dallas, TX

    I have been working at Texas Instruments full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    In the best of times, it can be exciting and fun. If you are an engineer you can be challenged if you want with many different groups to be a part of. Pay is typical but less than what you may get in Silicon Valley. If you like to travel, you can often do that too! Your experience will vary with each group... Some are better than others. Benefits are very very good and more than fair. The company has been very good to me. I hesitantly would recommend it....But

    Cons

    Once you hit 50 years old, watch out. TI is well known for kicking older workers to the curb. How they are able to do this systematically is beyond me...well maybe not. They simply pay off each individual with take it or leave it "packages" where you promise not to tell. Secondly, they use the H1B visa workers like crack. This is mostly to keep pay down I suppose. These are harsh comments but it's well known in the industry.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop letting HR run the show. They often promote based on race or gender and it is obvious to many of us. Promote the best, with blinders on. Stop shoving the diversity junk down our throats. Again, promote and hire the best with blinders. Stop choosing "Golden Boys", kids with no real accomplishments for top positions. It will be your downfall.

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