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14 days ago

Business Process and Controls III - (B3)

Applied Materials Austin, TX

• Resolution of accounts with extended AR transactional issues to be reconciled and resolved. • Running & analyzing global and non-global reports… Applied Materials

16 days ago

Application Engineer II - (E2)

Applied Materials Austin, TX

• Identify Complex problems and needs at the customer site and work throughout the work cycle until the implementation of the solution • Lead… Applied Materials

19 days ago

Account Technologist IV - (E4)

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

• 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

Product Quality & Reliability Engineer III - (E3)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

• Develops, applies, revises, maintains and/ or tests quality/ reliability standards to ensure alignment with customer expectations. • Designs and… Applied Materials

18 days ago

Commodity Business Manager I - (B1)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

• Implements commodity strategies. • Support the maintenance of agreements with suppliers that provide the structure for all business… Applied Materials

3 days ago

Software Engineer IV - (E4) – new

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

• Technically leads and/or executes difficult, complex software projects. • Interfaces with external customers or vendors regarding software… Applied Materials

26 days ago

Product Sales III - (S3)

Applied Materials Washington, DC

• Makes technical presentations. Negotiates product specifications. Creates product configuration proposals. • Identifies opportunities to solve… Applied Materials

5 days ago

SEM Process Technician III - (T3)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

• Prepares wafers for experimentation to include cleaning. Loads wafers, prepares reactor for experimentation and cleans reactors. Evaluates… Applied Materials

25 days ago

Manager II, Manufacturing Engineer - (M2)

Applied Materials Singapore

• Ensures that specific projects assigned are completed as planned.  • Supervises subordinate personnel in their assigned activities. Ensures that… Applied Materials

12 days ago

Operations and Customer Quality Engineer III - (E3)

Applied Materials Bangalore

• The Lead Auditor for leading semiconductor/technology industry draws on his/her extensive expertise in manufacturing operations, all organizational… Applied Materials

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Applied Materials CEO & President Gary Dickerson
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    Etch Division lack of equality and cronyism

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    Current Employee - Mechanical Engineer IV  in  Sunnyvale, CA (US)
    Current Employee - Mechanical Engineer IV in Sunnyvale, CA (US)

    I have been working at Applied Materials full-time for more than 10 years


    My work was interesting and stimulating, but has become more of a drag lately.


    This division has been taken over by staff from an infamous failed startup. Most of the original experienced AMAT engineers have left or have been squeezed out, and replaced their ex colleagues, in many cases with less experience, in higher positions, and very likely MUCH higher salaries.
    I've been a professional engineer for 30 years and with AMAT for over 15 years, earning several performance awards and always had great performance reviews and have heard that some of these new engineers, with much less experience, and hired at the same grade as me, are being paid up to 20% more than me.
    It's a toxic environment which is only going to get worse.
    Me, and many of my colleagues are preparing their exit strategies.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Do something about the rampant cronyism and lack of equality.

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