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21 days ago

WW Automotive Systems Engineer

Texas Instruments Dallas, TX

Growth in the automotive segment is a key focus area of TI moving forward. The automotive market encompasses a breadth of technologies targeting… Texas Instruments


17 days ago

Photo Engineering Technician

Texas Instruments Dallas, TX

include performing Photo equipment troubleshooting, preventative maintenance, repairs, installs, improvements and upgrade. By performing those tasks… Texas Instruments


6 days ago

Wafer Fab Technician - Process

Texas Instruments Sherman, TX

may include being responsible for performing technical tests and experiments for engineering in the wafer fabrication area of semiconductor… Texas Instruments


8 hrs ago

Site Services Facilities Engineer – new

Texas Instruments Dallas, TX

include: - Manage requested projects and equipment installations, including project resources, schedules and budgets. - Provide technical support to… Texas Instruments


2 days ago

Media Relations Manager – new

Texas Instruments Dallas, TX

TI is looking for a Media Relations Manager who will create, manage and implement PR programs to support Ed Tech business objectives. The Media… Texas Instruments


16 days ago

RFAB Photo Equipment Technician

Texas Instruments Dallas, TX

will be to perform preventative maintenance, equipment repairs, equipment… Texas Instruments


8 hrs ago

Thin Film PVD Technician – new

Texas Instruments Sherman, TX

Responsible for performing technical tests and experiments for engineering in the wafer fabrication area of semiconductor manufacturers. Monitors… Texas Instruments


5 days ago

Senior Analog Design Engineer

Texas Instruments Arizona

Individual will be working for LDOs and Supervisor product group. The primary job duties will be to design the LDOs, Voltage Supervisors, Watchdog… Texas Instruments


8 hrs ago

Database Administrator – new

Texas Instruments Dallas, TX

This position will be responsible for installing, configuring, maintaining and supporting Mainframe DL/I and DB2 databases and subsystems. Code… Texas Instruments


22 days ago

SFAB Photo Engineering Technician

Texas Instruments Sherman, TX

include performing Photo equipment troubleshooting, preventative maintenance, repairs, installs, improvements and upgrade. By performing those tasks… Texas Instruments


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    Pros

    TI is a household name and very well known in the Industry. They are competitive with salaries and benefits. Also, because TI is such a large organization, people move around and change roles regularly. There are many opportunities for personal growth if you are willing to do the work to search them out.

    Cons

    Very big company, including a bit more beaurocracy than I would have preferred. People are generally extremely sharp, but because people can shift around so easily, some people will tend to focus a bit more on politics and alliances, as one may expect. There is also an underlying feeling that raising a concern, or mentioning something to fix, may be met with subtle disdain in the best case, or in the worst case - you could be blindly assigned fixing the very concern you mentioned . I'm sure this may happen at other companies as well, but I'm only able to speak to my experience at TI.

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    Because people can shift roles within TI so frequently, it can be tough for employees to feel a sense of ownership and significance in their current role simply because in the back of their mind they assume the GMs, PLDs and even VPs, could be swapped around, which results in a fair amount of discontinuity in some of the engineering groups. Consider this underlying perception, which is whispered in hallways and bathrooms, as you develop organizational strategies to continue to motivate the employees and support the long-term growth of the company.

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