- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Semtech part-time (Less than a year)RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEORecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Excellent team/IT management. Hands on and very knowledgeable to the top. Cutting edge technology including NetApp/VMware, SCCM, and other network utilities. Allows for exposure to Linux, newer versions of Notes(v9/IBM), and so on. IT team is enterprise and works very well together. Very helpful and humble. No super stars. IT management is an excellent resource for any IT issues. I can't say enough.
A lot of the engineering apps are antiquated and need upgrades. As well as some of the lab equipment and associated hardware. Always "baby sitting" this environment. However, they are soon to upgrade.
Advice to Management
Keep it up. I have 25+ years IT experience, working many different management styles. This is by far a IT subordinates dream. We are not made to feel inadequate. They are quick to help to give you resources to grow. Never condescending and always positive. In my opinion this is the best model IT group all the way to the top I have ever worked with. I can't thank them enough. Other enterprise corporations can learn from these folks. Chemistry is excellent as well.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
- Found advertisement online and replied. Email to set up phone interview with Manager.
- Phone interview went over 1 technical (explain resume project) and 1 behavioral question (one thing you are best at and one thing you failed at)
- Followed up after interview and then was asked to come in on-site for interview.
- Spoke to 5 engineers
- "What is the bandwidth dependence of an op amp"
- "Insertion Loss of cascaded amplifiers"
- Came back for 2nd onsite interview - only team fit
- Use CMOS Nand as an amplifier and plot the current vs input voltage. 1 Answer
If Semtech's products seem highly technical, it's because they are. Not to be confused with semiconductor research consortium SEMATECH, Semtech makes analog and mixed-signal semiconductors used by manufacturers of computer, communications, and industrial electronics. The company's chips are used for power management, circuit protection, transmission, and other functions in a variety of devices, including cellular phones and base stations, notebook and desktop PCs, network transmission equipment, and automated test equipment. It counts Apple, HP, Intel, LG Electronics...