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.
Security Contractor (Former Employee) – Gresham, OR – May 3, 2018
I was a in-house contractor working at ON Semiconductor and it was a great experience. My position allowed me the opportunity to interact with management on a daily basis. I can tell you that the Senior Management is full of great people who make themselves available if you have a question, concern, or problem. The environment is fast paced and can present a good challenge for you.
Senior Mixed Signal Layout Engineer (Current Employee) – Pocatello, ID – April 18, 2018
I really like working for ON Semiconductor. Diligent work is rewarded, innovation in workflow is highly encouraged, and employees are very skilled. Overall, ON has treated me very well and I am proud of the time I have worked there.
Principal Industrial Engineer (Former Employee) – Pocatello, ID – April 13, 2018
Political Environment: Only game in town, cocky attitude, company growth by acquisition not by improvement to customer requirements, very poor forecasting capability, too far away from customer with very long lead times.
Principal Engineer (Current Employee) – South Portland, ME – April 7, 2018
Culture is team based with trusting management. Expectation is workers will do what is needed to get job done. Job is challenging and rewarding. Watching revenue grow on a successful project is very rewarding.
long days not a good balance in life but good coworkers.
Operator Technician (Current Employee) – South Portland, ME – April 5, 2018
I would give a grade three over all. I would give upper management a one. I work with a engineer on a daily bases he is great always teaching me new things. The hardest part of the job is when your told to run 14 machines and then they ask why some are idle. It can be challenging when the machines are having a bad day and not working right. When machines run well and things just go well all day and my coworkers are great that's a great day.
lots of time off
can't take the time off when you want because there isn't enough people to cover.
On brought in a automated convenience store and did away vending machines. There was not cafeteria so that was a very welcome change.
Manufacturing Technician (Former Employee) – Nampa, ID – April 2, 2018
When we were acquired by ON I was moved from the production area and in to planning. Planning was not something I was prepared for. and I felt as though my performance was beginning to suffer as a result.
IT Systems Engineer (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – March 18, 2018
If you're not having drinks with the managers regularly, you're not going to advance. Also, company doesn't invest in any new technologies so your technical skills will get stale working at this place.
Pay, hostile work environment, and no new technology.