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Great opportunity to interface with other teams
Product Engineer (NAND Solutions Group) (Current Employee), Manassas, VAAugust 12, 2014
Pros: interface with multidisciplinary teams
• Created data sheets for multi-chip packages - NOR and PSRAM
• Supported field application engineers with resolution of customer related product issues
• Developed training materials for customers on product features
• Performed signal analysis on memory products
• Lead weekly update meeting with Samsung and LG when manager was out
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Family type place. Safety and perfect attendance awards given.
Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee), Manassas VAJuly 9, 2014
Daily moving the wafers through the fab. Second largest wafer company. Management and employees communicated well.
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Good and bad
Intern (Current Employee), Boise, IDJune 22, 2014
Pros: low cost of living, good work life balance
Cons: corporate culture, not enough team work
The good: large company that is doing very well. Good place to be for job security.

The bad: Corporate culture. Too much time wasted doing trainings that have nothing to do with job function. There is a pack mentality. Different teams don't really work together but work within themselves. For a tech company, dress code is a bit strict. No shorts or – more... t-shirts. Other silicon valley companies don't have issues with things like that. – less
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Motivation, having in mind the benefits receive by the company
Production Operator (Current Employee), Aguadilla, PRJune 18, 2014
Pros: benefits receive by the company in medical, profit, 401k etc.
Cons: noting to say
The last 8 years this was more than a job this place give me the chance to grow in many aspects in my life, but is time to go forward and look to more growing experience and achieve a best future.
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A fantastic working environment, so much to learn, and so many ways to grow
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee), Boise, IDJune 11, 2014
Pros: on site cafeteria, health center (gym, dr office).
Cons: long shifts.
The shift always starts with a "passdown" from the previous shift of issues, upcoming problems and efforts needed by the oncoming workers. Then there is emails and machine running statistics that need checked for trending problems. Pages notify of problems needing repaired as they occur, lists of machines that need preventative maintenance that week. – more... Possible engineering experiments that need monitored. The 12 hour shifts actually stay busy most of the shift.

There were classes for further learning on site. Training on new machines from SME (Subject Matter Experts) and new repair procedures that need reviewed and checked for accuracy.

Management is involved and on task. Typically they are approachable and willing to be friendly with employees.

Co-Workers are capable, and from various backgrounds making them interesting to work with over the course of long shifts for half a week. Training is ongoing and constant so there is rarely issues with incapable workers.

Getting used to the shifts are difficult, but once used to no different than other work days, and the benefit becomes long weekends and longer vacation weeks for minimum time off. But the shifts are hard as they cause schedule shifts at home for the employee.

The most enjoyable part of the job is the people and the pay. Workers are interesting, capable and willing to work. The pay is competitive and attractive. – less
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Excellent company
Manufacturing Support Engineer (Former Employee), Boise IDMay 12, 2014
Pros: athmosphere
Cons: job security
Working with a team that provided 24 hour support to production systems in a fab.
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Good Company
Technician (Current Employee), Manassas, VAMay 9, 2014
Good salary and Good hours. Learned a lot of troubleshooting and amintainace
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i liked working in different areas
Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee), Manassas, VAMay 6, 2014
I got to work in different areas and I was able to see the new automation overhead system
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computer chips
fab 3 operator (Former Employee), Boise, IDApril 29, 2014
Pros: lost weight
Cons: inconsiderate management
I felt trapped in this job, always inside, stuffy, but liked to learn there.
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Great place to grow your career
Global Commodity Account Manager (Former Employee), Boise, IDApril 18, 2014
This is a fast pace dynamic company, they pursue their goals aggressively and reward and promote hard working individuals.
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Productive and fun place to work
RDA Module Engineer (Former Employee), Manassas, VAApril 17, 2014
Pros: good team work among employees
Cons: long working hours
A good company to work for. Plenty of opportunities to learn and improve your skills.
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Learn new culture on Semiconductors
Senior Process Engineer Technician (Former Employee), Manassas, VaApril 16, 2014
Pros: days off
Cons: overtime
Hard to adjusted to 12 hrs shifts.
How to apply my knowledge on semiconductors.
Long days
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A workplace allowed independent work and encourages professional development.
Internal Auditor (Former Employee), Boise, IDApril 1, 2014
Pros: good learning environment and management style
Cons: salary
The daily work as an internal audit depends on the projects assigned. Typically, meeting with management, self studies on specific topics related to the project assigned and data analysis are common part of the daily routine. Developing recommendations to management at the end of an audit project is the most important job functions.

I learned a lot – more... of the company's operations including the company's production process and supply chain. In addition, throughout the projects I also polished my communication skills in developing recommendations with my manager and co-workers. My co-workers and managers are very encouraging and accepting personal thoughts in each project. We all have one goal, which is to provide value-added recommendations for the company's benefit.

The hardest part of the job is to learn new concepts quickly as each project, especially the operation audits, is in different fields and requires specific knowledge. I enjoy the challenge aspects of learning new things each day and improve myself with the projects. – less
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Micron
SSD Product Development Team Lead (Former Employee), Folsom, CAMarch 21, 2014
Productive, fun place to work with exciting cutting edge products.
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Modern equipment and Excellent learning opprotunities
Equipment Maintenance Technician (Former Employee), Boise, IDMarch 19, 2014
Pros: great benefits
Cons: required you to sacifice family time, all the time.
As it turned out, my time here was limited at this facility. I worked in the implant and CVD/PVD group. Repaired and assisted in the repair of several types of Equipment types of different manufacturers. Learned different types of equipment and had to learn different types of manufacturing processes to keep up with the effects on the equipment. This – more... was an R&D fab and was very interesting and fun. Co-workers were fun to work with and engineering was very accommodating with cause and effect troubleshooting. This was the most enjoyable part of the job.
The hardest part of the job was attending all the meetings. I know they are necessary to report and give your own reports to the team members, but there were so many that some seemed redundant. The second rough part was a few management types seemed to forget this was an R&D fab, and were running in manufacturing mode, so when we were trying to figure out why equipment or processes were not working, they wanted the equipment cleaned and running. We needed the equipment and the processes running right, seeking quality not quantity. While limiting down time to make the part was important, knowing the reason for failures is more important. The trick was to figure out the correct balance to satisfy both goals.... – less
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My position was deemed redundant after Asian company acquired.
Technician (Former Employee), Boise, IDFebruary 25, 2014
Pros: advancement for non-exempt engineering people is decent
Cons: non-excempt production employees seem to be regarded as different species w/ different rules.
I had a good run there, but that's life in the semiconductor industry, no? After almost 9 years working there, not a single call from anyone to ask, "Everything ok?" or "Sorry to hear about what happened". This speaks to the culture, I think-Everyone is used to it.
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Alot of Drama
Operator (Former Employee), Boise, IDFebruary 13, 2014
People I did meet were very nice. But team leaders would leave for long time. some very rude
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SAP MM Lead Consultant
SAP MM Lead (Current Employee), Boise, IdahoFebruary 6, 2014
• Leading L2/L3 support team.
• Provided Production Support as part of a team, resolving the Incidents related to purchasing department using BMC Remedy and Clear Quest tools.
• Involved in updating and configuring Master data and master records.
• Resolved issues related to Goods Issues, Goods Receipt, Reservation, Physical Inventory, Movement Types, – more... Transfer Order, Stock Transfer, Purchase Order, Invoice Verification and other relevant objects in Inventory Management.
• Resolved inventory issues related to the postings of batch managed material using RF.
• Worked with Business analysts to gather requirements for the processes.
• Worked on issue related to posting of documents through custom interfaces.
• Worked on material conversions and custom conversion programs.
• Configured special stock scenarios in Inventory management for Subcontracting, Consignment materials.
• Worked on custom Release Procedures for Purchase requisition and Purchase orders.
• Worked on goods and invoice verification and customization of business partner functions.
• Processed materials with Shelf Life Expiration Date (SLED) and batch management in the WM system.
• Designed and described Technical and Functional Specifications for customized transactions and programs.
• Configuring the Organizational Structure like Purchase Organization, Plant etc and their assignments.
• Workload balancing, Identifying potential areas of improvement for team members, Mentoring of team members
• Responsible for managing scope, planning, tracking, change control aspects of the project. This included solution proposals for new processes, estimation of implementing new changes in SCM Landscape, preparing scoping documents
• Responsible for effective communication between the project team and the customer. Provide day to day direction to the team and provide regular project status to the customer and IBM Management team.
• Performing root cause analysis for batch failures. I have identified number of issues in existing system design and proposed corrective measures for the same.
• Translate customer requirements into formal requirements and design documents, establish specific solutions, and leading the efforts including programming and testing that culminate in client acceptance of the results. – less
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Exciting learning opportunities
DRAM Product Engineer (Former Employee), Boise, IDJanuary 31, 2014
Pros: the boise area, and the pay.
Cons: job culture is dull.
Micron has a competitive and fast paced workplace environment. There will never be a day where you don't learn something new, which can be very exciting, but you'll have to work hard.
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good long term company with bennifits pay is a little low
Probe technician (Former Employee), Boise, IDJanuary 30, 2014
Pros: good pay, good bennifits
Cons: risk of being laid off, lack of loyalty to employees
Large company with an equally large corporate culture, they seem to be struggeling in difficult economic times and old technology. earnings are consistantly in thered but have improved on long term trends. the contunual retructuring could pull them into profitibility and long term sustainibility.

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About Micron Technology, Inc.

Micron Technology is one of the largest memory chip makers in the world. It makes DRAM (Dynamic Random Access Memory), NAND Flash, – Read more

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