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14 days ago

Financial Analysis II - (B2)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

• Conducts analysis on standard variance activity from recurring transactions • Support for consolidation and reporting related to financial… Applied Materials

19 days ago

Systems Engineer III - (E3)

Applied Materials Feldkirchen

• Develop system concepts including mechanical components and electronic/software controls. Work on… Applied Materials

17 days ago

SW College Intern - CV

Applied Materials Rehovot

Applied Materials is committed to diversity in its workforce including Equal Employment Opportunity for Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans and… Applied Materials

26 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

16 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

Process Support Engineer II - (E2)

Applied Materials Hopewell Junction, NY

• Provides highly visible customer support through the performance of on-site installation, as well as overseeing any necessary diagnoses… Applied Materials

6 days ago

Buyer III - (B3)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

• Leads purchasing activities with manufacturing and engineering departments to maintain inventory at planned levels. Leads problem resolution for… Applied Materials

20 days ago

Technical Project/Program 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

29 days ago

CMP Account Sales IV - (S4)

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

• As the account owner, represents the company to the customer and the customer to the company in all sales-oriented activities. • Identifies… Applied Materials

19 days ago

Financial Analysis IV - (B4)

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

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    Exhausting, Confusing, Back to the Future

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Sunnyvale, CA (US)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Sunnyvale, CA (US)

    I have been working at Applied Materials full-time


    Profitable, established company. Compensation is ok. Benefits are ok.


    How do I begin? Speaking of NPI Manufacturing only - New hires have "Glorified" Titles doing 100% tactical work. No structure, no process, new hires training new hires. Management is clueless when it comes to implementing strategic moves and changes. The expression "Start-up organization" seemed to be the reasoning that management uses to describe the department. Hello? AMAT has been around for 30 years or so! That is not the definition of a Start-Up. Disorganized organization is the best way to describe. One would wonder how AMAT can be a multi-billion dollar company? Cheap. Old, dusty, dirty furniture. Tasteless coffee. No plastic utensils provided - bring your own. Cubicles? What cubicles? Sharing desks where you can see your co-worker's heads/faces sitting across, next, side by side with you. Overworked group of people, working late hours and weekends, and expected to do more. New hires from AMAT competitors this they know it all. Well if it was so good are your previous companies, why did you leave?
    Culture clash everywhere. Advantage is that majority are new hires. The dis-avantage is that majority are new hires. I will not recommend this place even to an enemy. There are too many opportunities out there at better companies with better culture, work environment, and most of all intelligent people to work with, not worker bee mentality.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Spend more time creating processes for improvement. Project managers should actually use or learn to use Microsoft Project. Implement a REAL ORG CHART with REAL and CLEAR Responsibilities. Empower your staff to make decisions. Update the ERP system from 1998, and lessen the spreadsheets floating around. You might actually real see efficiency improvement. Oh here's another thing that could happen....actually produce REAL Metrics! Mentor and train your staff to become leaders, but also provide them the tools to become successful. Understand the process yourself, and pass it on to your staff and other departments so everyone is on the same page. Easy on the escalation. And when we escalate, actually do something about it. Too focused on blaming, not solving.

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