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25 days ago

Business Management Senior Director - (B7)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

• Provides strategic direction and owns execution for multiple customers and regions. Shapes product Roadmaps and priorities of the BU. Drives… Applied Materials

23 days ago

Account Technologist III Senior - (E3)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

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

6 days ago

Engineering Technician II - (T2)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

• Performs routine to moderately complex electro-mechanical technical functions and activities such as design, test, checkout, fabrication… Applied Materials

20 days ago

Supplier Engineer III - (E3)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

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

4 hrs ago

Financial Analysis IV - (B4) – new

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

• Lead contributor to key financial forecast cycles, including ownership of task accuracy and data integrity • Drives high level projects… Applied Materials

6 days ago

Systems Project Management III - (E3)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

• Will prepare project plan and coordinates the attainment of project deliverables from planning to implementation. Maintains matrix for process… Applied Materials

4 days ago

Technical Product Support (TPS) Engineer III Senior - (E3)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

• Responsible for all technical support related aspects at a specific customer: escalations, fleet performance, system installations, improvement… Applied Materials

1 day ago

Business Unit Operations III - (B3) – new

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

• Member of team that delivers cross-functional execution of programs to meet and exceed product line and financial goals • Coordinate product… Applied Materials

28 days ago

Financial Analysis V - (B5)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

• Completes detailed analysis and commentary for finance and non finance executives • Develops complex modeling in support of strategic plans… Applied Materials

6 days ago

Business Intelligence Analyst Director - (B6)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

• Manage and facilitate significant analytic initiatives in support of system strategic, operational and quality projects. Document rules and… Applied Materials

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    Overworked, undervalued. It's only good to be in finance or Engineering here, don't join if you want another role

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Santa Clara, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Santa Clara, CA

    I have been working at Applied Materials full-time for more than a year


    People are professional, at least you get benefits


    lots of pressure, quantity over quality, fire fighting all the time, does not promote within but instead shifts you to different projects in an equal role just to keep you engaged, you can only move up if you shmooze well with upper management, highly political - this is true everywhere but at AMAT the politicizing will affect your job directly, too many databases and information systems that don't communicate, executive management changes every 3 years and someone new comes in with huge changes that really amount to nothing then they abandon after 3 years with an incomplete project. AMAT changes so many times in a short period that it really goes nowhere. Extremely old school corporate culture with management that fooled itself into thinking they made huge changes.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pay some attention to employee satisfaction, promote internally, stop being so political.

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