ProsTEL does not treat you like a number. They value you as a person and as a contributor to their business. You are not treated like a number. Everyone who works here has a long tenure - that says
ConsIf you are unfamiliar with the semiconductor industry, the terminology, etc. than you are in for one heck of a learning curve.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at Tokyo Electron (Austin, TX) in Jun 2020
InterviewThe company recruiter reached out to me on Linked-In. We talked over the phone for a few minutes. Then I sent them my resume via e-mail and applied for the job on the company website. I was then called back by the recruiter to schedule an interview with the supervisor and manager for the new job. The interview lasted a little less than thirty minutes. They called me a week later and offered me the position.
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