Customer Engineer IV (Former Employee) – Lehi, UT – September 19, 2018
Performs the construction, assembly, installation and commission of equipment. Troubleshoots and repairs mechanical problems and/or the built-in hardware & software control programming, which includes relay control circuits, electronic boards. Most machines are PC-controlled, some use PLC’s. Some machines are linked to Customer’s IT network.
Business Analyst (Current Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – September 18, 2018
My supervisor really made the team amazing. She hired a lot of enthusiastic Staffing Ops reps and we became like a family. Had a bull-pen set up office and collaborated a lot. A lot of flexibility, support and chemistry that was positive.
I enjoyed working at Applied Materials. I earned great experience working with different products and people, suppliers and customers. Though, it's tough travelling around the world but it was fun experiencing so many culture.
Buyer (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – September 13, 2018
Applied Materials can be a great place to work if you can manage to become regular full time. As a contractor, you don't receive the best benefit packages, no bonuses, limited PTO/Sick days. With it being semiconductor Supply change, that can really effect the job security. If the company is not ramping, then the possibilities of you getting laid off greatens. Layoffs can be common.
Buyer II (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – September 4, 2018
management and workplace is very family and group oriented. I had lots of opportunities to learn new and had lots of support from team members and management. They also have a lot of team building activities and support hobbies you may have outside of work. Great company to work for leaving in Austin.
Lead the team in implementation (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – August 23, 2018
I loved this company to provide me so many opportunities to grow and build my career here. It is pretty diverse in culture, the only challenge sometimes is working timezones on a regular basis which takes away your work life balance.
Customer Engineer IV (Current Employee) – Boise, ID – August 22, 2018
Overall a great company to work for. Transformation of business focus over the last decade has resulted in a more negative impact on overall ability to provide customer service than is recognized. However we are still one of the leaders in semi-conductor manufacturing and there is a vast spectrum of opportunities within the different sectors of the company, making it a very diverse and inviting environment to work in.
There's a lot of different types people that work here. People from all over the world. So with it being so diverse, everyone is really friend my with each other and the job itself is easy. No guessing to it.
Senior Process Engineer (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – August 22, 2018
Applied Materials manufactures equipment used by other companies, the engineering positions are challenging as you are working as a vendor to the companies purchasing and using the equipment. People skills are a must. When you know how to be an effective vendor/engineer it is an enjoyable job.
Maydan Technology Center Group, Member (Former Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – August 19, 2018
Semiconductor industry has always been in high pace, new technologies constantly evolving almost every six months. As technologist, there are a lot of challenges but it is fun having a new goal to reach constantly. I really enjoyed my work.
Customer Engineer (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – August 14, 2018
My time at Applied was a great experience for me as a person and as an employee they take the time to show you what you need to become a valued part of a team. The company always took safety concerns to the highest level and always put employee safety first. I worked in the clean room fab on the intel site in hillsboro OR. The every day job is ever changing from day to day operations to the most technical diagnosis of a problem. the work variety was very nice.