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9 days ago

Business Operations and Planning IV - (E4)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

• Prepares project plans and drives the project from conception and planning to implementation. Will participate in the development of strategies… Applied Materials

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Application Engineer III Senior - (E3) – new

Applied Materials Taiwan, Republic of China-Hsin-chu-TWN,Hsinchu

• through in-depth understanding of customer technologies and critical gaps and work throughout the work cycle until the implementation of the… Applied Materials

10 days ago

Mechanical Engineer II - (E2)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

• Perform engineering analysis under general supervision • Design or modify mechanical engineering layouts/schematics and/or detailed… Applied Materials

4 days ago

Financial Analysis II - (B2)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

Applied Materials is committed to diversity in its workforce including Equal Employment Opportunity for Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans and… Applied Materials

6 days ago

IT Solutions Management IV - (B4)

Applied Materials Bangalore

• Dotted line matrix manager to ~30 Bangalore support/development contract resources • Daily supervision of Finance application development… Applied Materials

24 days ago

Mechanical Engineer III - (E3)

Applied Materials Bangalore +2 locations

• Problem identification and troubleshooting a variety of difficult mechanical problems with limited supervision • Define, coordinate, perform… Applied Materials

3 days ago

Master Black Belt, Director, Technical Continuous Improvement Expert - (M6) – new

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

• Change agent responsible to drive Applied Materials Continuous Improvement transformation in Engineering, Service and/or Product Development… Applied Materials

24 days ago

Director, Hardware Management - (M6)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

• Directs a hardware engineering group in Dry Etch, responsible for the design, development and implementation of products in accordance with project… Applied Materials

27 days ago

Lithography/Optical Mechanical Engineer IV - (E4)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

• This technical staff position leads and/or develops and executes exceptionally complex technology and engineering projects and leads research and… Applied Materials

16 days ago

Process Engineer IV - (E4)

Applied Materials Gloucester, MA

• Write IP to protect developed integration solutions. • Periodically provides formal… Applied Materials

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    Former Employee - Mechanical Engineer III in Santa Clara, CA (US)
    Former Employee - Mechanical Engineer III in Santa Clara, CA (US)

    I worked at Applied Materials full-time (more than 5 years)


    Why I stayed so long: great co-workers, really a smart talented, friendly group of people, and I respected and felt respected by them. Also, good benefits, reasonable work/life balance for my job (though perhaps not so much for travel jobs or process engineering, depending). My daily life was interesting--always a new challenge, a lot of learning over the years.


    Some challenges might come from lack of guidance to newer employees--many technical people are promoted to be managers without gaining the skills needed to mentor, so learning isn't as facilitated--which leads to a lot of inefficiencies. I worked during the 2009 downturn, so there wasn't much mobility in the company, so lack of growth, that's my personal experience.

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    Invest in training managers to be mentors, andput more effort in the engineering groups into the process of development and passdown of knowledge, so reinventing the wheel isn't the norm. Bump some pay for people who stuck around through the 2009 downturn, as salaries are lower now than equivalent positions being advertised. Sick days vs PTO encouraged sick people to stay home and keep the office overall less sick. Finally, more HUBS.

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