Lam Research Senior Process Engineer Jobs & Careers in Fremont, CA

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10 days ago

Process Engineer Staff

Lam Research Fremont, CA

Qualifications Ph.D. in Chemistry, Chemical Enginering, Polymer Science or Materials Science Engineering with 6-10 years of industry experience in a… Lam Research


7 hrs ago

Product Engineer, Sr. – new

Lam Research Fremont, CA

Qualifications Typically requires a minimum of 5 years of related experience with a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent; or 2 years and a Master’s… Lam Research


28 days ago

Program/Project Manager

Lam Research Fremont, CA

• Responsible for developing, modifying, & implementing business processes to improve Operational efficiency & effectiveness. • Leading CFT’s… Lam Research


7 days ago

Manager Business Management

Lam Research Fremont, CA

Focus on CSBG Upgrades Business with a Regional Focus on Asia. • Region Target Mgmt: Drive Bookings, Penetration, & Funded Project targets at… Lam Research


17 days ago

Sr. Mgr, Program Management

Lam Research Fremont, CA

• Document detailed agendas, meeting minutes, and action items from key cross-functional meetings. • Identify and manage areas of… Lam Research


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    Fast pace environment and okay place to work if you can ignore all the politics and management favoritism

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    I worked at Lam Research full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    Products and management decisions are mostly engineering driven. The engineering team is very talented and highly technical. If you report to the right people and work on the right projects, you can get promoted rather easily.

    Cons

    Not much work and life balance in placed, expect to work long hours and on weekends. If you don't know the right managers, don't expect getting promoted although you may be highly capable workers.

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    Many promotions are based on management favoritism not the actual capability of the employees

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