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15 days ago

Senior System Packaging Architect

Micron Technology Boise, ID

As a System Level Packaging Architect at Micron Technology, Inc., you will apply your in-depth knowledge of computer systems architecture to lead a… Ivy Exec

5 days ago

Segment Marketing Manager

Micron Technology Milpitas, CA +4 locations

Segment Marketing Manager is a highly strategic role in Embedded Business Unit at Micron. In this role, you will develop and manage worldwide… Ivy Exec

22 days ago

Product Marketing Manager

Micron Technology San Jose, CA +7 locations

- Increase product portfolio sales through pricing recommendations based on pricing and competitive analysis- Develop pricing strategies for… Ivy Exec

5 days ago

Business Development Manager

Micron Technology Milpitas, CA +3 locations

will include, but not limited to:- Strategy for strengthening and expanding SBUs engagements with Micron s Datacenter and Enterprise Storage… Ivy Exec

15 days ago

FW Architect

Micron Technology Milpitas, CA

and Tasks:In this role you will be responsible for working with system, hardware and other firmware architects to define, design and help lead the… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Market Intelligence Analyst, Storage Business Unit

Micron Technology Boise, ID +2 locations

Market Research- Evaluate enterprise market to identify market trends, market opportunities, market penetration strategies and market development… Ivy Exec

15 days ago

Design Engineering Lead

Micron Technology Denver, CO

include, but are not limited to, the following:- Lead cross functional product development engineering team to deliver SSD products aligned with a… Ivy Exec

22 days ago

Senior Analyst/Manager, Corporate Strategic Planning

Micron Technology Boise, ID

Micron Technology s corporate strategy team is chartered with helping Micron s leadership team with the development, planning and execution of… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Cost Accountant

Micron Technology Boise, ID +2 locations

and Tasks:- Accounting and reporting for wafer purchases from the DRAM joint venture, Inotera. This includes calculations of wafer purchase pricing… Ivy Exec

11 days ago

Lead SSD Qualification Engineer

Micron Technology Boise, ID

Qualification of SSD Products- Working with quality assurance, analyze customer requirements, develop and review qualification plans- Define and… Ivy Exec

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    Great place to start a career but leave quickly once things get stale....

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    Former Employee - Product Engineer in Manassas, VA
    Former Employee - Product Engineer in Manassas, VA

    I worked at Micron Technology full-time (more than 5 years)


    The pros I list here are for Micron's Virginia site. The site had an excellent employee training program for new hires and employees with a few years of experience. The yearly review was very structured and I would venture to say it was fair. There is a career ladder which lists the requirements for promotions and so on. Basically, the site was very orderly and structured. I feel that employee development was very good, up to a certain point.

    I think the benefits are good. I was an above average employee and I got promotions every 2 - 3 years. But if you're not getting promotions, the salary increase will certainly stagnate. The promotions also use to be very difficult, but it seemed to have relaxed in the last few years.


    The cons I list here are for Micron's Virginia site. Some of these cons might apply to any semiconductor fab and not just to Micron's Virginia fab. This is a fab environment, so everyone is expected to be on site by 8am. There is a daily morning meeting to discuss what happened the day before. For some people, there is also a daily tactical meeting where a representative from every team in the fab meets to discuss the issue. There always seems to be too many meetings.

    This site is Micron's only wholly owned fab in the US. It is has become a legacy fab and I don't expect there to be any new technologies to be coming to this site.

    The culture seems to be focused on how much time you spend at work and not about results. I think the strongest argument for this point of view is that one of the metrics for promotions is starting/ending times at the site for a 3 - 6 month period. If the person about to be promoted didn't spend enough hours at work, their promotion would be delayed.

    The last con I can think of is that this site is the only semiconductor site in the northern VA area. This leads to a lack of competition for Micron. Employees can't negotiate very well in this kind of environment and management doesn't see any need to offer any sort of perks for their employees.

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