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Electrical Engineer I - (E1)

Performs routine assignments in the entry level to a professional job progression. Typically has knowledge of and exposure to fundamental theories, principles and concepts. Develops competence by performing structured work assignments. Uses existing procedures to solve routine or standard problems. Receives instruction, guidance and direction from others.
Key Responsibilities
Coordinate the procurement and assembly of electrical/electronic components/equipment and identify sources of critical parts and subsystems to resolve basic technical issues
Design or modify electrical/electronic engineering assemblies, layouts/schematics and/or detailed drawings/specifications of limited scope under direct supervision
Perform basic engineering analysis under direct supervision
Perform and generate basic engineering test reports under direct supervision
Generate related alpha/gamma documentation for product release
Troubleshoot a variety of basic electrical problems
Effective use of engineering processes in the resolution of generally difficult electrical problems of limited scope
Functional Knowledge
Demonstrates conceptual knowledge of theories, practices and procedures within a discipline
Business Expertise
Applies general knowledge of business developed through education or past experience
Leadership
No supervisory responsibilities; accountable for developing technical contribution
Problem Solving
Uses existing procedures to solve standard problems; analyzes information and standard practices to make judgments
Impact
Has limited impact on own work team; works within standardized procedures and practices to achieve objectives and meet deadlines
Interpersonal Skills
Exchanges straightforward information, asks questions and checks for understanding
Education
Bachelor's Degree
Up to 1 Years of Experience
Applied Materials is committed to diversity in its workforce including Equal Employment Opportunity for Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans and Individuals with Disabilities.

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