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10 days ago

QRA Circuit Reliability Engineer

Micron Boise, ID

and Tasks Develop Product Reliability Tests · Analyze various circuits for a given product · Characterize worse case conditions and critical limits <br… Micron

5 days ago

QRA Package Reliability Engineer (PERM) 1

Micron Boise, ID

As a QRA (Quality Reliability Assurance) Package Reliability Engineer at Micron Technology Inc., you will be responsible for package quality and… Micron

14 days ago

OCT Test Process Engineer

Micron Singapore

- Interface with Business Units or other stakeholders to establish new product/process requirements. - Represent Operations Central Team and/or Test… Micron

3 days ago

Package Reliability Engineer - Module/SSD – new

Micron Boise, ID

As a QRA (Quality/Reliability Assurance) Package Reliability Engineer at Micron Technology Inc., you will be responsible for package quality and… Micron

18 days ago

MSB Quality & Reliability Assurance Engineer (Package Reliability)

Micron Singapore

- Coordinate package qualification efforts for product lines when new designs, materials, or processes are introduced. Provide recommendations on… Micron

30+ days ago

QRA Engineer

Micron Shanghai

As a quality and reliability engineer, you will play a key role in flash product development by defining product quality and reliability targets… Glassdoor

Micron Technology Reviews

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Micron Technology CEO and Director D. Mark Durcan
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192 Ratings

    Good Pay Good Benefits, No Work - Life Balance or Job Security

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    I have been working at Micron Technology full-time for more than 8 years


    The company has a good 401k plan, decent medical benefits, educational benefits and competitive pay. If you happen to work in the right department and in the right job. The company promotes healthy living and is always trying to do a better job with their customers. The company is global so if you like to travel or re-locate there are possibilities. If you are a semiconductor or material scientist with Masters or a Doctorate degree the jobs can be exciting and rewording and very well paying. The newer management under Mark Adams seems to be doing a better job of treating people humanely and doing away with the boys club that existed strongly under Steve Appleton. The company is a good stepping stone for a better company such as working for Virgin or Google.


    Little or no company loyalty to employees, if you are the average worker Manager or lower then you are just a number, it doesn't matter how long one has worked there there is no "job for life" culture. Often the company will make cuts with little worry about employees, and sometimes they even have cuts when the company is profitable. Often the company makes changes with little or no evaluation of the impacts of those changes internally so you end up doing your job and someone else. The company is global so if you are salaried watch out, you may be working from 8-5pm or 8-11pm with no added compensation. If your not at the right level, Director or above or working as a scientist in R&D they will work you to death. Some managers have no tact or bearing and do not support their own employees and will try to make themselves look good at any cost.Some people have ridiculous work loads, they do it because they cannot find anything better. You have to constantly watch your back for people trying to promote themselves by making you look bad. This is not a US company by far they have moved most of Manufacturing overseas and continue to do so.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Practice what you preach and set the example for employees. Stop putting people in high level positions in which they have no experience and offer little or nothing in experience to teach their own subordinates. If you are going to make changes within the company's structure evaluate the impacts instead of just fixing everything after. The company doesn't need so many VPs. You have far to many "strategic" employees and far too less "tactical" yet you still cut the tactical.

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