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30+ days ago

Reliability Lab Engineer

ON Semiconductor Seremban

Reliability Lab Engineer. Job scope includes: 1. Preventive maintenance of DC power supplies 2. Supervision of Motheboard QAS 3. Motherboard… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Compliance and Internal Auditor

ON Semiconductor Carmona

• Experience in internal controls and SOX audit • Working knowledge of COSO Internal Controls Framework • Ability to assess informal processes or… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Financial Analyst

ON Semiconductor Phoenix, AZ

Provide daily and weekly revenue reporting to the Business Units. -Prepare and analyze monthly P/L variances. -Prepare and monitor department budgets… Glassdoor

18 days ago

Senior Test Engineer

AMI Semiconductor Phoenix, AZ +2 locations

• Work closely with design engineers to ensure proper testability of device parameters. • Have a solid understand of analog and mixed signal device… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Process Integration Engineer

ON Semiconductor Pocatello, ID

• Drive technology initiatives to meet tactical and strategic company goals. • Define device architecture, technology design rules and electrical… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Reliability Technician

ON Semiconductor Seremban

• Reliability Technician to be responsible in load / unload ONRMS stress run (Life/Environmental/Moisture ). • Provide Line support/work with… Glassdoor

29 days ago

R&M Technician Fab2 (Etch-ThinFilms)

ON Semiconductor Oudenaarde

• Je voert preventieve en correctieve onderhoudstaken uit • Je implementeert technische aanpassingen • Je volgt het equipment op binnen een… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

HRIS Contractor

ON Semiconductor Kuala Lumpur

The candidate is required to update and maintain employee records in Oracle HRMS, able to response or give feedback on employee data queries; and… Glassdoor

17 hrs ago

Senior Customer Marketer for Industrial/Distribution – new

AMI Semiconductor Munich

The Sr. Customer Marketing position will be responsible for customer contract pricing negotiations for Tier 1 customers in Europe. The primary… Glassdoor

29 days ago


ON Semiconductor Santa Clara, CA +2 locations

Staff Product/Evaluation Engineer: Responsible for the evaluation and characterization of new power management semiconductor products, working in a… Glassdoor

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    Great place to begin a career

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    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
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    Former Employee - Applications Engineer in Phoenix, AZ (US)
    Former Employee - Applications Engineer in Phoenix, AZ (US)

    I worked at ON Semiconductor full-time (more than 5 years)


    Provides a great jumpstart for new college graduates for any discipline.
    Above average pay for the geographical area.
    Generally flexible with work schedule and personal life.
    410k plan is good. Matches dollar for dollar up to 4%.
    Plenty of free covered parking!
    Coworkers are great depending on the group.


    Health care options have been reduced over the years. The "options" are you elect coverage or no coverage. Only an 80/20 high-deductible plan is offered.
    Highly layoff prone mainly due to poor acquisitions: Sanyo and Catalyst. Companies acquired lose money like it is going out of style and this ultimately hurts the core business. Layoffs, multiple furloughs in a calendar year (supplemented by vacation if you have some left).
    Many of the former Motorola employees are grandfathered in positions for the sake of the Good Ole Boy network while lacking a formal education as well as ambition.
    Many individual contributors and executive management have left to go to competitors who offer a stable environment, benefits, strong team dynamics, pay and strategic vision.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    When developing a strategic plan, make sure it a long term plan that does not change every 6 months. This kills product portfolios and hurts morale for those who put in the effort to drive those same portfolios to be a success.
    Make the hard decisions to remove employees who do not have the necessary skill set. No one likes to fire people; however, those who lack the required engineering background and/or do not care are a drag on those employees who do.
    Place a moratorium on acquisitions. It is outrageous to find out a couple of years into an acquisition that they are losing money and pull the company down overall. Who is minding the ship?

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