Good secure job, but really slow climbing the corp ladder
IM Flash Maintenance Technician (Current Employee) – Lehi, UT – February 12, 2019
Good secure job, but really slow climbing the corp ladder. Extract what matters from documents, web pages, blogs, Tweets, and reviews, or any textual content. Understand what or who a document mentions, what topics it deals with, and what the sentiment of a piece of text is.
Equipment Operations Manager (Current Employee) – Lehi, UT – January 29, 2019
This company has the best culture of any semiconductor company I've worked for or with. I spent many years moving around as a field service engineer. This is the first company that made me want to stay and be a part of the future.
Production Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee) – Lehi, UT – November 17, 2018
Hired on with 25 years of Semiconductor experience, but made the same as a coworker whose last job was at Walmart. Top heavy management & office dwellers like I've never seen anywhere before. Company is dripping in LDS values and happily treats outsiders of this religion as 2ND class people. Very homophobic company that preaches diversity, but is all mouth flapping just like they do for their values and mission statement.
I lasted almost 2 years there, but I had to leave to regain the dignity & respect I needed for myself. Cutthroat, backstabbing, cheating, brown nosing at its finest at IM Flash.
If IM Flash were ran as well as the parent company "Intel", and remove every trace of "Micron", it would have been worth staying, especially with Intel having a great track record of respect for their employees, T-Comp benefits package, sabbatical, etc.
YE SEM Technician, Micron (Former Employee) – Lehi, UT – November 13, 2018
I enjoyed working there, and the people were good to work with.It is a good and stable company. I worked 12 hour shifts, 3 days one week, 4 days the next. As a technician we were required to rotate shifts every 4 month. 6am-6pm to 6pm-6am. That was hard. But I did like what I was doing, and liked the people I worked with.
Equipment Technician (Dry Etch) (Former Employee) – Lehi, UT – October 25, 2018
Do not recommend for any technician. You work 12 hour shifts in a fab suit with poor AC/ventilation buildings. Engineers are the only people treated with respect here and management of course. The raise increases compared to engineers are ridiculous. You have to come in and work a lot of over time for projects such TPM projects or if you want to get promoted. Engineers don't require OT at all. Maybe an E1 .Just heard Micron is buying out Intel on their shares so that's going to be interesting.Military vets should look else where. If you're local to the greater SLC area then this might be a decent fit.
Shift Equipment Technician (Former Employee) – Utah County, UT – October 17, 2018
It was a good job, we would go in and make sure we got in our hazmat suites before we went into the lab area. We worked with a lot of high tech equipment in there. The people were great to work with and very friendly. The hardest part of the job was leaving it when I had to.
Diffusion Automation Equipment Technician (Current Employee) – Lehi, UT – October 16, 2018
Great place to live, great place to work. Compensation for work performed varies from area to area depending on how involved leadership and management is. Select few are treated unfairly based on needs of the company.
First-Shift Engineer (Former Employee) – Lehi, UT – September 30, 2018
-Poor work-life balance -Challenging role -Low redundancy in staffing makes many people SMEs, but there also isn't much back-up coverage -Training and mentoring are not always offered for the situations employees are put into -You'll learn and be exposed to a lot in a very short amount of time -Career development paths are best defined for those with chemical engineering backgrounds - everyone else is SOL and left to make their own way -Great coworkers - IM Flash recruits well for team and role fit -You'll need those coworkers to help you get through the challenges
Great place to work, plenty opportunities to advance,
Senior Equipment Technician (Former Employee) – Lehi, UT – August 18, 2018
I enjoyed working at I.M. Flash and received great reviews and pay increases during my tenure. Have no understanding and was given no reason for my termination. I had great monthly 1 on 1 reviews with my supervisor and felt well respected, until my surprise termination.
Shipping/Receiving Supervisor (Former Employee) – Lehi, UT – August 8, 2018
I never got into the tech industry before working here. I learned so much about what goes into the making of memory chips. I was also able to be a part of how a fabrication facility is made and how the fabrication equipment works. All in all it is a fascinating place to work.
Science based and interesting working environment
Tech changes all the time. Not as much longevity as people would like.
Engineer (Current Employee) – Lehi, UT – August 5, 2018
IM Flash is a semiconductor manufacturing facility for both its parents, Intel and Micron. Production and quality are important, so a typical day would have you ensure that your equipment and processes are always performing at their optimum. Thus, work can get stressful. But the company provides good benefits.
Great place to work with a lot of opportunity for advancement
Manufacturing Engineering Section Manager (Current Employee) – Lehi, UT – August 1, 2018
I love working at IM Flash and feel it has been a perfect place for me to learn and grow as an engineer. I have the tools I need to do my job and the latitude to implement my ideas into wins for the organization.
I also have had opportunity to take multiple different positions in the organization to help develop my own skillsets.
AMHS Shift Electronic Lead Supervisor (Former Employee) – Lehi, UT – July 29, 2018
Great in house gym , stay physical and Healthy. This allows less accidents or injuries in a dangerous environment. Safety is number with me. Training and understanding of job task is a must in the semi conductor world. Imflash covers all that and takes pride in this type of environment.
Principal Technician (Former Employee) – Lehi, UT – July 18, 2018
I would never recommend this company to anyone. They preach their core values but when it comes to living their core values, it is another thing. They choose favorite people and those employees can get away with anything. I had a co worker who threaten the women that sat across from me to beat them. He is still currently working there, and no discrepancy actions were taken. He did it on multiple occasions. It was reported to the HR department and to management. Nothing was done. When I was hired the culture was great, but the company culture has really suffered negatively and is not the same to work for. If you like being intimidated and taken advantage of, this is the place to work for. You work long hours, extremely high stress environment, poor management, to advance your career you must brown nose, and very limited advancement opportunities.
If you like being intimidated and taken advantage of, this is the place to work for. You work long hours, extremely high stress environment, poor management, to advance your career you must brown nose, and very limited advancement opportunities.
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FAB Technician (Former Employee) – Lehi, UT – July 16, 2018
Managers at IMFLASH like to still fear to their technicians and answer questions in vague, noncommittal ways. They refrain from showing compassion and creating a persona that appears unapproachable. They also thrive on being unpredictable; and that has a huge negative effect because when employees are uncertain, they are fearful. Very hard to advance in pay grade.
Management and engineer don't care about technicians.
Briefing of previous shift's progress and progress. I learned to run a media blaster. The management provided a good trainer. They keep close tabs on you as you worked in the clean room. Culture wasn't positive with occasionally 3 "buddies" looking over my shoulder. As my trainer left, on leave/vacation, my work time on part numbers declined and they didn't put the two together.
Learning new skills
long learning curve for me with others that didn't have the same skill sets.