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11 days ago

Technical Solutions Engineer - Co-op/Intern

IBM Essex Junction, VT

IBM Systems and Technology Group (STG) has a co-op/intern opportunity for a Technical Solutions Engineer to be involved with our Original Equipment… IBM


30+ days ago

Procurement Professional

IBM Essex Junction, VT

Include: Oversee daily operations in Burlington Monitor code 86 and maintain No Spare Parts (NSP) Maintain client relationships in fab Monitor daily… IBM


18 days ago

Semiconductor Device Engineering Professional

IBM Essex Junction, VT

include leadership of cross functional support teams (e.g., test, failure analysis, unit process, reliability, manufacturing, and research… IBM


30+ days ago

Facilities Engineer

IBM Essex Junction, VT

will include, but are not limited to: Customer interface, process monitoring, process improvement initiatives, troubleshooting support, system… IBM


2 days ago

Supply Professional – new

IBM Essex Junction, VT

encompass end to end planning and PO management, analyzing and understanding requirements, placing purchase orders, handling and resolving purchase… IBM


30+ days ago

Manufacturing Mechanic

IBM Essex Junction, VT

Top candidates for this position will show self motivation, personal responsibility for keeping their morale at a high level and demonstrated… IBM


30+ days ago

Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors (HBT) Device and Technology Computer Aided Design (TCAD) Engineer

IBM Essex Junction, VT

The candidate will work to optimize Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors (HBT) device design and process integration as an integral part of the… IBM


6 days ago

Semiconductor Process Engineering Development Professional

IBM Essex Junction, VT

Ideal candidates will have a Material Science and/or Semiconductor Process background with an emphasis on Hot Processes, furnaces and thin film… IBM


30+ days ago

Radio Frequency Engineering Professional

IBM Essex Junction, VT

The candidate will have completed at least one semester in Radio Frequency (RF) design and have some experience working with RF devices. The… IBM


30+ days ago

Manufacturing Engineering Professional

IBM Essex Junction, VT

include participating in world wide engineering projects to design new processes, make existing processes, equipment and systems more manufacturing… IBM


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    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Essex Junction, VT
    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Essex Junction, VT

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    Pros

    I've always been happy with how flexible the job has been. If you need time for a doctor's appt or something, you just take the time. No one is looking over my shoulder or tracking anything. Working from home is an option, and also flexible. I've also had great teams, and most of my managers have been good. Overall it has been a positive experience.

    Cons

    Salary - very poor, not competitive with other companies, and getting worse as the Burlington fab has been the anchor on Ginni's plans.
    Morale - yearly layoff's have taken their toll. Nearly everyone I talk to is grumpy and pissed at IBM. It's really made it an unhappy place to work. I used to enjoy my job, now I'm mostly putting in my time.

    Advice to Management

    My immediate (first level) management has always been good but they are completely limited by the decisions of upper level management. Those decisions have caused our best engineers to leave for other companies and 1st level management has nothing they can do about it. High level management needs to care about their employees more than their shareholders or they will drive the company into the ground.

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