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30+ days ago

Staff product/Characterization Engineer

Fairchild Semiconductor California

• Provide training and mentoring of junior level Product Engineers, and lab technician. • Generate test plans for wafer sort and final test… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Equipment Engineer

Fairchild Semiconductor Pennsylvania

As a Equipment Engineer, you will have the responsibility for uptime and performance of semiconductor manufacturing equipment and support areas. You… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

ESD Test Technician

Fairchild Semiconductor Maine

Our Culture at Fairchild Semiconductor values those that: Are Self Starters, ask and find answers, are Industrial, resourceful, fast-paced, candid… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Co-op Engineering Student

Fairchild Semiconductor Texas

-Provide lab support to design engineers -Build and test power electronics circuits -Troubleshoot power electronics circuits -Wind and assemble… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Social Media/Community Manager

Fairchild Semiconductor California

This position is responsible for developing and managing the companys social media strategy and execution, overseeing all aspects of social content… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Principal Design Engineer

Fairchild Semiconductor California

- Design, optimization, simulation, and analysis of new MEMS devices - Supporting package design and FEA activities - Working with internal and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Senior Manager, Design Engineering

Fairchild Semiconductor California

This position is responsible for new product introductions in the area of low voltage power MOSFETs, integrated driver and power device modules, and… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Facilities Engineer

Fairchild Semiconductor Maine +2 locations

This position calls for a Facilities Assistant to work in the South Portland, Maine manufacturing facility for Fairchild Semiconductor. The chosen… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Technical Sales Representative - Bay

Fairchild Semiconductor California

Fairchild Semiconductor is a leading global supplier of high performance power and mobile products. Our innovative solutions help customers… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Staff Applications Engineer

Fairchild Semiconductor Texas

Join our growing group that operates like a start-up and offers a broader variety within the technical application function. • The perfect… Glassdoor


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    I have been working at Fairchild Semiconductor full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Enjoy peer interactions
    Have learned a lot about the industry
    Awesome cafeteria onsite
    Decent benefits

    Cons

    Not a lot of room for growth in my area
    Management seems to be working on a lot of initiatives that may or not "get the ship righted", including letting go of some long-tenured employees
    Compensation is below industry/national standards

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    If employee engagement is important, then aim to engage all of your employees, not just the ones you determine to be "the" talent. It takes a lot of folks to support the talent, and they deserve to be engaged meaningfully, too.

    Measure twice, cut once when it comes to releasing talented, tenured individuals. New blood is good, but having "tribal knowledge" is important, too. Either find a good way to record that before letting it go, or suffer some consequences that could lead to lost business because someone "didn't know".

    Salary equity with industry norms is a wise move. Job performance indeed plays a part; however, paying for a skill set that can be shown to support the bottom line (we have all been told our roles do that) should not be just the bottom of the scale to "leave room for growth".

    Neutral Outlook