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9 days ago

Financial Analysis III ORCA Etch/SRP - (B3)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

, managing deferred revenue on the balance sheet, and support of various audit requirements (SOX, IA, KPMG). We require a BS Finance/Accounting with… Applied Materials

20 days ago

Financial Analysis I - (B1)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

vary by job but often involve the following: • Prepare financial trend, and metrics analysis to enable meaningful management review and… Applied Materials

1 day ago

Technical Continuous Improvement Expert IV – new

Applied Materials Austin, TX

• Works with Continuous Improvement Leader, Engineering or Quality or Sourcing Champion(s) and other business leaders to develop project deployment… Applied Materials

30+ days ago

Machinist III - (T3)

Applied Materials Kalispell, MT

• Can safely operate a CNC Mill or CNC Lathe performing complex operations in producing prototype parts, production parts, modifications and repairs… Applied Materials

12 days ago

VP I, EPG General Management - (V1)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

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

7 days ago

Technical Project/Program Management III Senior - (E3)

Applied Materials Korea, Republic of-Gyeonggi-do-KOR,Bundang +3 locations

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

16 days ago

Technical Product Marketing Manager V - (B5)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

· Semiconductor device manufacturing technology road-mapping · Collect and understand industry and customer trends (from various sources) · Create… Applied Materials

26 days ago

Technical Marketing and Applications- (B5)

Applied Materials Santa Clara, CA

· Develop marketing and business plans for new technologies. · Drive adoption plans for new technology modules or applications. · Identify barriers… Applied Materials

6 days ago

MTS Engineer V - (E5)

Applied Materials Gloucester, MA

• Perform market analysis for new application concepts and maintain marketing documents through new application development. • Develop… Applied Materials

2 days ago

Etch Customer Engineer I - (C1) – new

Applied Materials Korea, Republic of-Chungcheongbuk-do-KOR-Cheongju

• Performs Tier I procedures and preventative maintenance and wet-cleans, seeking assistance when needed.  • Assists senior engineers with… Applied Materials

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    Initially very promising, but disappointed in some time

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    • Culture & Values
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    Former Employee - Senior Software Engineer in Bangalore
    Former Employee - Senior Software Engineer in Bangalore

    I worked at Applied Materials full-time (more than 3 years)


    * Estimates are respected. Good work life balance (at least as of 2010 it existed)
    * Work From Home facility and flexible working hours
    * Opportunities to interact with colleagues/customers from multiple geographical locations


    * Frankly not a company for Software Engineers. Software divisions are very neglected in the company. From pay, bonuses to team outings, Software Engineers (and also Software Engineering managers) are treated like 2nd grade citizens.
     * Very poor growth: One level-up costs you many years. Change only in designation, literally no change in role. Applied Materials recruited high-calibre people (people from premier instituties like IIT, BITS, NITs etc) during 2005, 2006 and 2007 for it's Automation Products division. In a matter for few years, all (I repeat, all) of them left the company for the same reason: lack of growth.
    * Poor pay compared to rest of the software industry. We were always told that "Applied Materials is a very good payer, we stand at 90% percentile..." - but unfortunately that statement was made based on comparison with just a few other companies that constitute only a very small fraction of already-small semi-conductor industry.

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    * If you ever think software is an integral part of your company, pay some attention to software divisions.

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