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30+ days ago

Customer Service Representative/Sales Coordinator (full-time)

Spansion Paris

s and short presentations for necessary for business reviews • Coordination with outside sales for all customer requirements. Will need to be a… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Development Engineer Semiconductor (digital) (f/m)

Spansion Langen

are: - Creation of the verification plan by the specification of the IP and the microcontroller - Verification of the IP and the microcontroller… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Sr Lead Source Mgr

Spansion Austin, TX

Coordinates purchasing activities with manufacturing, planning and engineering departments to acquire inventory in a cost effective and timely… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

FAE Microcontroller

Spansion Langen

of this European wide technical support role: • EMEA wide technical support function with high focus on central Europe (German speaking) • Focus on… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Design Engineer

Spansion Chengdu

languages such as Verilog or VHDL 6. Good knowledge of test benches, synthesis and timing analysis, DFT is a plus 7. Familiar with IC design… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Manufacturing Tech

Spansion Austin, TX

Adds value to a team by making recommendations and suggestions to improve cycle time, workflow, equipment utilization or cost reduction improvements… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Working Student Sales/Marketing

Spansion Munich

Quoting and offer administration for electronical parts for the worldwide retail business • Market data research • Price and margin calculations… Glassdoor


22 days ago

(Senior) Product Marketing Engineer Automotive MCUs

Spansion Seoul

The candidate will promote our solutions to customers and end customers in Korea, support the local teams in their promotion and sales activities and… Glassdoor


11 hrs ago

Application Engineer – new

Spansion Chengdu

7. Show initiative and creativity, show independency in achieving target, actively advice and suggest towards project and quality of… Glassdoor


2 days ago

MTS Network Engineer – new

Spansion Austin, TX

The MTS Network Engineer’s primary role will be to provide expert knowledge, design and technical support for Spansion’s two US locations and… Glassdoor


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Spansion President, CEO, and Director John H. Kispert
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    Fantastic for very many years but too many layoffs

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    Former Employee - Module Shift Manager in Austin, TX (US)
    Former Employee - Module Shift Manager in Austin, TX (US)

    I worked at Spansion full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    Good place to work with lots of good people; laid back as most places in Austin are. Mature systems in a mature fab and everything is in full production mode. Lots of very intelligent, creative engineering talent here. Everybody there knows their job and do it exceptionally well. CEO did a remarkable job post bankruptcy especially keeping the company profitable.

    Cons

    Echo what somebody else said about little to no opportunities for growth in management specifically. Every upper level manager has been there for several years making it difficult for anybody to take those positions. Aging work force although not sure if that's a bad thing. Bonuses were an interesting exercise in futility. There didn't seem to be much visibility to what exactly needed to be done to get them. Forced distribution for employee ranking (quarterly and annually), while a common thing for most companies, didn't make much sense for a company that already had an extremely lean work force. They've gutted so many employees that most of the "low performers" were really average performers that just got screwed by the idea that a company has to have 10-15% of the employees be ranked into the lowest performance tier.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Get rid of the forced distribution. There's not much point in gutting the company any more. Bring in and mentor younger talent.

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