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30+ days ago

Product Engineer Staff

Lam Research San Jose, CA

Job role requires working on next generation hardware product targeted for dry etch application. Product Engineer has to run experiments on product… Lam Research

30+ days ago

San Jose EHS Sr. Manager

Lam Research San Jose, CA

· Responsible for Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) Management System performance related to the San Jose R&D and Operations. · Ensures… Lam Research

23 days ago

Electrical Engineer

Lam Research San Jose, CA

Qualifications Typically requires a minimum of 12 years of related experience with a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent; or 9 years and a Master’s… Lam Research

30+ days ago

Process Engineer 5

Lam Research San Jose, CA

Experience in managing projects in a multi-discipline engineering small team. A minimum of 5 years in semiconductor capital equipment industry in… Lam Research

30+ days ago

Process Engineer 4

Lam Research San Jose, CA +2 locations

Process Development Engineer: Develops new or modified process formulations, defines processing or handling equipment requirements and… Lam Research

17 hrs ago

Mechanical Engineering Intern – new

Lam Research San Jose, CA

The summer internship is a 12 week assignment. The intern will work on one or multiple projects during the assignment that are analytical, impactful… Lam Research

30+ days ago

Product Manager

Lam Research San Jose, CA

of Product Manager will be: Aid consolidation of product roadmap/strategy/vision for new products and product enhancements of existing products to… Lam Research

23 days ago

Mgr, Engineering

Lam Research San Jose, CA

The manager of the mechanical group will be responsible for distilling market requirement specification and other product requirement documents to… Lam Research

30+ days ago

Mechanical Engineer

Lam Research San Jose, CA

for this position are: mechanical design, engineering analysis, test, qualification, and release of assembly (small or large) and components such… Lam Research

22 days ago

Electrical Engineer 1

Lam Research San Jose, CA

Electrical Engineer: Designs, develops, modifies and evaluates components and processes used in the generation, manipulation, transmission and… Lam Research

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    Very customer oriented, but less recognition for technical excellence.

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    Current Employee - Senior Process Engineer in San Jose, CA
    Current Employee - Senior Process Engineer in San Jose, CA

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    So far my bosses have been rather hands off as long as I deliver desirable results. So I have some freedom to do things the way I want to and think about my steps critically.

    Compensation seems to be pretty competitive. I think management has been pretty generous with rewarding top performers with incentives, such as RSUs and additional cash bonus (on top of base bonus). These are nice ways to recognize hard work and top-notch performance.


    Things move very fast and so do directions. So work can be really stressful and chaotic most of the time.

    Work-life balance is totally off.

    Very little mentoring from bosses and management.

    The promotion process is not transparent. Unless you really push for it, there is never really a conversation between an employer and the command chain to understand what one needs to do in order to move up to the next level. This is seriously frustrating.

    There is little recognition for technical excellence, which is often is the key to delivering outstanding process and products. Much more recognition is devoted to people who manage customers and market products. Not very fair!

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    Urgently need a more transparent promotion process. You got to recognize people with technical excellence. These are the folks that make a difference!

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