Applied Materials Early Career Program Manager - (B4) in Yonkers, New York
Applied Materials is the leader in materials engineering solutions to produce virtually every new chip and advanced display in the world. Our expertise in modifying materials at atomic levels and on an industrial scale enables customers to transform possibilities into reality. Our innovations make possible™ the technology shaping the future. To achieve this, we employ some of the best, brightest, and most talented people in the world who work together as part of a winning team.
While virtually every nationality, culture, and background are currently represented within Applied Materials, we strive for a more robust Culture of Inclusion (COI) and diversity. Leveraging our COI vision helps drive innovation, build organizational capabilities, create equal opportunities for everyone, and achieve our company’s definition of Winning.
We are actively recruiting for an Early Career Program Manager to join our University Recruiting Team!
As we continue to see record growth, attracting and hiring the best talent is one of the top priorities at Applied Materials. Our University Recruiting Team is looking for a strategic minded, data savvy program manager to collaborate with leaders across the organization to attract, recruit, and develop the next generation of leaders, innovators and game changers. This role will be a key contributor on the University Recruiting team in all early career programs such as Applied Materials’ summer university internship program, year round co-op program, military, diversity and all future programs for early career talent.
The ideal candidate must thrive in a highly dynamic environment and have the capability to influence decision making through storytelling. This is an exceptional opportunity to help transform the way Applied Materials and the University Recruiting team works and scales across countries and into new markets.
Work with business leaders to design early career recruiting strategies - from brand awareness to programs and initiatives - to generate the excitement that attracts and recruits the best-suited talent to Applied Materials.
Make data-driven recommendations and decisions for early career recruiting strategies, goals, and activities with a 1-2 year planning horizon.
Develop strategy and training for Applied Materials’ early career initiatives to educate, train, and engage the business in the talent acquisition process (benchmarking, targeted school selection, event management, creative engagement ideas, etc.).
Partner with the Culture of Inclusion (COI) team to implement recruiting strategies for sourcing and integrating female, diversity, and veteran new college graduate and intern candidates.
Develop strategy and training for internal campus representatives, including benchmarking, targeted school selection, and event management.
Manage a matrixed team of campus representatives for all University Relations efforts (outreach, sourcing, and hiring efforts).
Provide data-driven recommendations to gain buy-in for university and early career investment and activities.
Serve as subject-matter expert regarding university relationships and early career recruiting.
Campus event management
Early career, diversity, and military hiring cycles, sourcing, recruiting, and candidate management
Applicant tracking tools (Workday) and sourcing & CRM tools (Avature, LinkedIn, SeekOut etc.)
Best practices and benchmarks for early career recruiting
Education and Experience:
7+ years of early career recruiting experience, such as experience with technical hiring and university recruiting.
Experience with early career programs, diversity programs, and military/veteran programs highly desirable.
Ticker: Nasdaq: AMAT
Fiscal 2020 Revenue: $17.2 billion
Fiscal 2020 R&D: $2.2 billion
Founded: November 10, 1967
Headquarters: Santa Clara, California
Global Presence: 93 locations in 17 countries
Manufacturing: China, Germany, Israel, Italy, Singapore, Taiwan, United States
Employees: 24,000 worldwide
Patents: 14,300 issued
Years of Experience:
7 - 10 Years
Yes, 50% of the Time
Applied Materials is committed to diversity in its workforce including Equal Employment Opportunity for Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities.
Applied Materials is the leader in materials engineering solutions used to produce virtually every new chip and advanced display in the world. Our expertise in modifying materials at atomic levels and on an industrial scale enables customers to transform possibilities into reality. At Applied Materials, our innovations make possible the technology shaping the future.
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