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  • A decent experience with a good company

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    I worked at Cree


    Good company with potential for advancement


    Working night shift kind of sucks

Cree Interviews

Updated Feb 24, 2015
Updated Feb 24, 2015

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    Project Manager Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Durham, NC
    Anonymous Employee in Durham, NC
    Application Details

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 5 weeksinterviewed at Cree.

    Interview Details

    Applied online and was contacted fairly quickly for a 1 hr phone interview. Interview went really well and was asked to make a site visit for an in person interview. Flew down 2 weeks later for the interview. It was a 4 hour interview with 5 or 6 leaders at the site that was over around noon. There were no lunch plans or anyway to get to ask questions about the area or speak in a casual manner outside of the interview environment.

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Headquarters Durham, NC
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1987
Type Company - Public (CREE)
Industry Manufacturing
Revenue $1 to $2 billion (USD) per year

Cree has its name in lights. Its blue, green, and near-ultraviolet light-emitting diodes (LEDs) -- made from silicon carbide (SiC) and gallium nitride (GaN) -- are used in dashboard lights, architectural light fixtures, market tickers, and video screens, including the giant screen in Times Square. Cree also sells SiC wafers, which work better at higher temperatures and voltages than other silicon devices, and SiC and GaN materials. Its power and radio-frequency (RF) products include Schottky diodes and transistors. The company makes most of its products at plants in North... More

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