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1 day ago

Etch Process Support Engineer IV - (E4) – new

Applied Materials Korea, Republic of-Gyeonggi-do-KOR,Icheon-si

• Drives the adoption of new technology at the customer site. Works closely with customers to demonstrate and introduce new technologies at customer… Applied Materials


24 hrs ago

Account Technologist IV - (E4) – new

Applied Materials Albany, NY

• Responsible for business success from the technology point of view by management of install Base and new products Application Performance to drive… Applied Materials


9 days ago

Software Engineer II Senior - (E2)

Applied Materials Bangalore

Supervisory Control System Software that is used to control the Wafer Fabrication Equipment (WFE) made by Applied Materials. Software and… Applied Materials


27 days ago

Supplier Engineer III Senior- Special Process - (E3)

Applied Materials Washington, DC

• Work with New Product Development teams to ensure the integrity and clarity of engineering drawing requirements and that all expectations are… Applied Materials


25 days ago

Intellectual Property Law Director - (B6)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

· Develop and manage patent portfolio, manage outside counsel, manage patent drafting and patent prosecution, improve quality, scope and litigability… Applied Materials


12 days ago

IT Solutions Management IV - (B4)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

Information Security Engineer is responsible for designing, implementing, monitoring secure solutions to enforce information security & privacy… Applied Materials


2 days ago

Material Handler II - (O2) – new

Applied Materials Gloucester, MA

• Locates, audits and transfers kits or materials as required. May perform satellite receiving functions. May perform materials pick-up or drop-off… Applied Materials


3 days ago

Refurbishment Project Manager-Technical Project/Program Management III - (E3) – new

Applied Materials Austin, TX

• Will prepare project plan and coordinates the attainment of project deliverables from planning to implementation… Applied Materials


21 days ago

Customer Engineer III- AERA 4 - (C3)

Applied Materials Boise, ID

• Is proficient on primary toolset and demonstrates ability to acquire additional systems and applications. Performs startup activities through Tier… Applied Materials


10 days ago

Mechanical Engineer IV - (E4)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA +2 locations

• Problem identification and troubleshooting a wide range of complex mechanical problems with limited to no supervision • Technically lead and/or… Applied Materials


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    Pros

    It's a great place to work if one likes tackling the awesome technology behind the scenes that is used to create the processors, memory and other electronics needed in our everyday lives.
    Applied Materials is a leader in their market, and the equipment produced are state-of-the-art. This company is an excellent choice for ex-military to get their feet wet in the civilian world.

    Cons

    Too Big... especially if one starts in Service Accounts. I believe this company to be an exceptional place to work if one is in R&D, Sales, or HR. Although the salaries are okay in customer service engineering, there is very little room for upward mobility, and politics are weighed too heavily; more so than results. For those energetic military guys I encouraged above, your five year plan should include leaving if you want to move upward in a company; stick to your guns, because the salary can be very comfortable, with the caveat that 10-15 years down the road you may realize that you should have moved on and that the money is no longer worth it. If you have not moved up considerably after 5 years, consider changing companies/industries.

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    The middle and lower management are affecting the bottom line of the organization through poor leadership decisions. Showing favoritism to, and covering up mistakes of, some CEs when they damage machines, negatively impact customer manufacturing processes, or damage costumer product due to poor decision making, is not conducive to effective root cause analyses, FMEA or, more importantly, the relationship with the customer. When an EIC or Supervisor prefer to lie to the customer about a machine that a CE damages, and "create" the illusion that the machine was at fault, neither the customer nor AMAT wins. AMAT needs to mix it up a bit, and hire more supervisors from outside the company that do not have close personal friendships with subordinates. The current trend to promote primarily from within creates an environment whereby some CEs are favored more than others, and that can negatively affect morale as well.

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