Technical Writer Intern (Former Employee) – Meridian, ID – October 10, 2018
ON is always working to find innovative ways to keep their employees motivated and healthy. Fresh fruit deliveries and gatherings are common.
However, with purchasing various companies it is impossible to keep the technical writing and corporate documents in line. There are many inconsistencies and problems with information flow between sites.
Senior Director & General Manager (Current Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – September 18, 2018
An ideal work place should be free of politics and biases. The typical day should includes executing the goals set by the strategic plan. In a technology related company we need to get it right, from the product definition, design, production, and design in/win process. Our day includes lots of action to be able to support our customers properly and solve their technical problems.
Freedom to run my business without micro management.
Quality Engineering Intern (Former Employee) – Portland, ME – September 17, 2018
Excellent work enviroment with warm people. The location was beatiful and being one of the oldest sites to have a front end fab, it gives you an historic feeling with a sense of responsibility of building on where you are.
Desk side Support Intern (Former Employee) – Gresham, OR – August 17, 2018
During my internship there, it didn't seem like anyone wanted to take the time to teach the interns. I had to really insert myself into the work environment and find things to do to fill the time and be productive. As an intern, I had no idea what everyone was doing and no one wanted to explain or even give me a job to do. I just observed and found ways to help. Eventually they gave me the responsibility to wipe hard drives correctly for disposal.
Must be a go getter to work at this company. even for beginners.
Manufacturing Specialist (Former Employee) – Gresham, OR – August 14, 2018
High paced productive days at work. Opportunity to learn every day. Management is basic for Semiconductor. The workplace culture was very productive in a clean room environment. The hardest part of the job was working 12 hour shifts. The most enjoyable part was seeing the results of getting a productive, positive work day complete.
Equipment Engineer (Former Employee) – Philippines – August 7, 2018
Its a good place to work, Benefit and compensation are awesome. My supervisor was supportive but others as I heard are not that good. If I didn't move out to other country, I am sure, I'm still working to this company until my retirement due to old age
My time at ON was only within the first two years after separating from Motorola
Analog Test Engineer (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – July 20, 2018
The short time I as at ON after they separated from Motorola was an enjoyable experience. The projects were challenging and interesting and autonomy in the decision making process regarding the details of concept and execution was encouraged.
manufacturing technician (Current Employee) – Malaysia – May 28, 2018
i managed a line with 32 machines that learning about solve the machine problems and change device and also do reports about output per shift. Every shift need to do cleaning processes for quality issue.
Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee) – Pocatello, ID – May 22, 2018
Management would take talk and rumors as truth without ever investigating the statements. They would pit people against one another to try to instill DISTRUST among team members. Some of the worst interpersonal management I have ever seen.
Three and half days on and three and a half days off was nice.
Logistics Intern (Current Employee) – Pocatello, ID – May 13, 2018
I have had a great experience with ON. I have had the opportunity to apply for other jobs to further my career and have interviewed for a few positions. It does seem that the workplace is much slower than I am used to, however, I have worked very hard at my job to learn and apply skills to succeed in future employment.