Mission: Cirrus Logic provides innovative, high-performance analog and digital signal processing products that “rock” (advance our customers, benefit our shareholders and reward our employees):
- To exceed our customers’ expectations
Is there a cooler semiconductor company on the planet? The Great Place to Work Institute listed Cirrus Logic as the #9 company to work for in America (small and medium companies). We’re hiring like mad right now, looking for the industry’s best analog/mixed-signal engineers. Monthly concerts, weekly happy hours, competitive environment, great pay and benefits … is it an engineer’s dream? Learn more about us and decide for yourself!
Cirrus Logic supports its employees every day, in things both ordinary and extraordinary.
Learn more at: http://cirrus.com/en/careers/
Cirrus Logic’s company history began in Silicon Valley in 1984. Decades later, with its headquarters in Austin, Texas, Cirrus Logic thrives by focusing on digital signal processing products for the world’s best customers in audio and energy applications.
Cirrus Logic provides innovative, high-performance analog and digital signal processing products that “rock” (advance our customers, benefit our shareholders and reward our employees)
Continuous Improvement - Constant accountability to our customers, shareholders and employees
Innovation - We invent to solve real problems
Integrity - Doing the right thing - always!
Communication - We promote and support open dialogues at all levels
Job Satisfaction - Create a culture that rewards, where employees have fun and strive to win
Learn more at:http://cirrus.com/en/careers/visionmissionvalues.html
It’s not just about offering a generous 401(k), stocks and bonuses or outstanding health insurance. Cirrus Logic offers those, of course, but developing great employees to have great careers requires more. Much more..
Along with a challenging career, Cirrus Logic rewards employees in ways most companies would never consider. Cirrus Logic supports employees AND their families.
Just some of the perks:
We can list more, but you get the picture.
Cirrus Logic values trust, camaraderie and a commitment to do the right thing – to each other and to our community. Our people set us apart.
Learn more at:http://cirrus.com/en/careers/benefits.html
Ever wanted to take the stage with a group of great musicians to tell your career story? New hires to Cirrus Logic participate in the “School of Cirrus Rocks!” — an all-day “culture camp” where the rock stars are the employees!
Electrical engineering interns from all around the world get challenged every day at Cirrus Logic, but more importantly they contribute, learn and have loads of fun! How awesome is that? We love our interns! They made this video themselves — will you be here next summer?
We don’t like to brag, but we do like to show off a little bit, especially when others take notice.
Go behind the scenes to learn more about people and programs that led to these great awards:http://cirrus.com/en/careers/
Building a great company isn’t easy — it takes a close team of employees working hard together toward a common goal and who are committed to having fun along the way. Whether it’s helping fellow coworkers build a better workplace or helping those in our community, Cirrus Logic employees are continually Chipping in to Make a Difference
Ready to join the team? Check out our open opportunities at:http://cirrus.com/en/careers
I have been working at Cirrus Logic full-time (More than 3 years)
Excellent benefits like parties, happy hour, and fitness classes. Company is growing and building a campus downtown. Work is challenging and fun. Coworkers form a good team.
Consumer electronics ICs is a tough business: demanding customers, lots of competitors. Austin is expensive for Texas and presents a commuting challenge.
Advice to Management
Keep winning and looking for growth. Grow catalog customers if it makes sense.
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 3+ weeks. I interviewed at Cirrus Logic (Austin, TX) in July 2017.
This is not a place that experienced/senior engineers should look to. They seem to have more work than people to do it and are looking to scale through hiring more bodies than changing how they actually do verification reuse. They rely mostly on external recruiters not only for finding candidates but also as agents throughout the whole process so you're mostly dealing with a distant third party headhunter who knows little about the role, industry, or expectations.
The pre-interview process involved a prescreen call and testbench coding exercise that a candidate does on their own time followed by a technical review call. The onsite interview was not effectively geared towards a Senior person and also involved an on-demand coding activity which was vague and wouldn't reveal much about DV expertise.
Despite initial positive feedback and follow-up calls, the company took over 2 weeks to respond (via their 3rd party head hunter) with disappointing news and absolutely no other feedback.