Virtual interviews. During a virtual interview (phone, Skype, etc.), you will speak with a potential manager about the role. The virtual discussion will last between 30 – 45 minutes. The virtual interview will cover behavioral questions and assess your technical skills for the role.
You’ll have the chance to talk about your strengths in multiple areas and assess and the mindsets and behaviors you’ll use to accomplish results. If you are applying for an internship, this is the final step before you receive an offer.
Onsite interviews. If you are a new college graduate or experienced hire, you may have an onsite interview. The onsite interview usually consists of face-to-face discussions with hiring managers.
Throughout the day you may have an opportunity to meet with hiring managers, peers and potential members of the team. Your day could include lunch, a tour of the facility and an information session about the role. Depending on the role you’re interviewing for, you may be asked to join in a simulation or team interaction exercise.
What questions should you expect during your interviews?
You’ll have a chance to talk about your strengths and answer technical questions. At TI, we evaluate several factors in addition to academic performance and previous experience.
Curiosity, passion, accountability and a desire to learn are core to successful mindsets and behaviors at TI.
We are committed to innovation, so we look for top talent who are curious, proactive and willing to learn from every situation. We appreciate candidates that demonstrate passion, relentless creativity and a drive for results.
How should you prepare?
If you are prepping for a virtual or in-person interview, here are some ways to get started.
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