I got the same information from the HR... Dont know either its a way of ratting off the candidates or in the month of September it happens always. Any one in Qualcomm please help us...
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It's been 2 weeks since my onsite interview, I haven't heard back from Qualcomm. What is the average time for a response from the recruiter with a yes/no? Does it look desperate to follow up with the recruiter since it is already been 2 weeks after my onsite interview?
It's always hard to know what to expect when going in for that interview -- and preparation can make all the difference. What is the interview process like at Qualcomm?Any advice on striking the right note?
Do you work at Qualcomm? How did you find the job? How did you get that first interview?Any advice for someone trying to get in?
I've applied to 4 new grad positions at qualcomm (all electrical). Some were back in june and some recent in july, but I have not received any emails in reponse to whether my application is being considered or rejected. They all still show status as open, so i dont know what to do at this point. Anyone have any experiences with this and how long it took you to get a response?
Hello,Just wondering if anyone has any experience with a job posting showing as closed soon after a phone interview. I'm guessing it means they're not interested in me, but thought it was pretty fast to see it change that fast. The job posting still shows open to the public as well. I felt I did decent on the phone interview, but the it was a technical person who did the interview and they didn't feel very prepared. Questions were stumbled through and he only asked a few. Only took about 10...
Qualcomm is an awesome place to work.
Do you work at Snaptracs, Inc. (qualcomm)? How did you find the job? How did you get that first interview?Any advice for someone trying to get in?
Hi everybody,I want to apply for an internship at qualcomm. How difficult is it to get a position if I am form germany. I am a mathematics major doing my masters right now. Do I have to apply for a specific advertisement or can I apply in general.Thanks, Hati
A number of online sources say that the median starting salary is 72K. I'm a bit skeptical. How true is that? Is it possible to start a career out of college at Qualcomm with a 70K salary?
Hi allHas anyone interviewed for product development engineer (RF/analog) position?It will be useful for me if you can share your interview experience.
Folks,I have a technical interview through phone on monday for S/W - Engineer, Senior position at qualcommAnubody knows how the interview format will be.In which areas, the technical interview is mainly focussed on.
I'm considering an offer from Qualcomm for a Staff engineer position. How much sign bonus and RSU is sufficient for a Staff engineer with 12 years of experience.My case is ~10K bonus and 500shares.Thank you for you input.
Hi,Just stumbled upon this great thread( www.indeed.com/forum/cmp/Qualcomm/Qualcomm-Interview-Questions/t11623/ ) and posted the same question about experienced professionals. I thought this discussion might warrant its own thread so here it goes:Looking for any tips or suggestions for people looking for jobs as experienced professional (i.e. staff engg. level and above)- what kind of questions would they ask? how technical- bit and byte level technical or "high-level" technical? - Is there any ...
Hi,I was just wondering what to expect for a QIS Qchat Field Test Engineer position phone interview ? Any inputs would be really appreciated. Thanks,Abby
c,c++ or java. Can only US citizen work for the company?Any advice for someone interested in this kind of positions?Thanks.
My interview in 2 weeks was cancelled by Qualcomm citing economic reasons. Did it happen to anyone?
I passed two technical phone interviews that lasted about an hour each. Now next week I have a face to face interview. I'm planning on reviewing my data structures, algorithms, possibly logic puzzles and reading through the programming interviews exposed book. Does anyone have any insight on what may be asked? Any help or advice is well appreciated.
What do you think -- is this company going to survive and thrive? Are they looking to expand their staff, or do you think layoffs are inevitable?How does Qualcomm stack up against the competition?
I have been trying to figure this out for ages. I really just don't know who to contact in their San Diego office even though I literally in the building next to to their office off Lusk Boulevard. It's kind of a bummer being so close yet so clueless. Does anyone know what steps are involved to become their vendor? I do translation and localization and it's been difficult to find forms or instructions. Any takers? Thanks a lot.
Does online application really work? I have been applying for past 3 months for internship. I have applied for around 25 jobs, for 10 of those i'm a perfect match, for 10 more, i'm a 75% match and for the rest, atleast 50% match. But I've not received any response yet. For each position, they would receive atleast 3000 applications from all over US. do u think the hiring manager really has the time to go thru them?i seriously doubt it. I think employee referral is the only way out. wat do u guys...
Hi all, I'm gonna have a phone interview in a couple of days for an intern position at the R&D department. I wonder if anyone here had a similar experience. I would very much appreciate that if anyone could give some advice about the interview (like the type of questions or how hard it would be). Thank y'all.
I hear these two groups are horrible places to work - bad leadership, instability, no profits being generated, and QCT basically drives the overall company. Is this true? Is it worth working in any of these groups?
Can anyone please tell me about the kind of questions asked on a telephone interview for the software position
Digital Communications / RF Systems Software EngineerThe position requires an understanding of communications systems and implementation. A successful candidate should have knowledge of digital communications theory and experience in modeling/simulating RF performance. Must have knowledge of RF and/or digital testing techniques. Experience in OOD/OOA using C++/Java, Win32 programming, knowledge of IS95/IS98 standards are a plus. Must have good communication skills and be a team player