Santa Clara, California

Key Responsibilities

Responsible for strategic leadership in all areas of emergency programming and strengthen the global program’s overall capacity to be prepared and respond to emergencies in accordance with accepted principles and practices.

  • Work collaboratively with Country Emergency Coordinators to actively contribute to the Assessment, Program Design and Planning
  • Actively maintain surveillance of program requirements in support of country and local Emergency Response team requests
  • Establish and maintain constructive working relationships with other Emergency Coordinators, Global Environmental Health and Safety, Global Security, and local emergency managers in support of country and program requirements.
  • Ensure that administrative support functions are established and maintained in accordance with Global Emergency Response administrative policies and procedures.


  • Minimum 2-3 years’ work experience in in emergency response, emergency management, military, or public safety (Required).
  • High school diploma (Required) and BA/BS in Emergency Management, Business Resiliency Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) or related field. (Preferred).Strong program management and execution skills (Required)
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite (Required)
  • 1st aid and CPR required. Paramedic or Emergency Medical Technician Basic (EMT-B) (Preferred)
  • Excellent written, verbal, presentation and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to write technical documents.
  • Adaptable, innovative and detail oriented.
  • Discipline to solve complex problems, with the ability to resolve issues and drive solutions that create win-win situations
  • Ability to navigate complex organizations
  • Demonstrated training and presentation experience (Required).
  • Candidates must have authorization to work in the USA (Required).
  • Experience in business travel and demonstrated cross cultural communication skills (Preferred).
  • Successfully complete physical examination as specified by Applied Materials prior to any offer (Required).
  • Incident Command System (ICS) course 100 and 200 required and on the job ICS experience (Preferred).
  • Knowledge of Federal and State safety and environmental-related regulations (Preferred).
  • Familiarity with Hazardous materials response Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) “levels of protection” (required). California Specialized Training Institute (CSTI) Hazmat Technician or Fire Department Firefighter I (Preferred).
  • Experience in semiconductor manufacturing environment or equivalent high hazard environment (Preferred).
  • Background and training in chemistry, toxic gas systems and wastewater, also familiarity with chemical hazard classes for common gases and liquids (Preferred).
  • Experience conducting formal inspections, e.g., hazardous materials or safety equipment (Preferred)




Bachelor's Degree




Years of Experience:

2 - 4 Years

Work Experience:

Additional Information


Yes, 25% of the Time

Relocation Eligible:


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

Santa Clara, California

A global leader in the nanomanufacturing technology solutions for the electronics industry, Applied Materials is built on the strength of talented people. We offer a wide variety of job opportunities for experienced professionals and recent college students/graduates that will capitalize on your current skills while broadening your experience and engaging you in a dynamic, fast-changing industry.

Here, you will work in community to achieve a common goal and encounter exciting new challenges every day. Our company is continually evolving: implementing innovations to make semiconductors more portable, powerful, and affordable than ever before.

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