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Part 1 IDENTIFYING INFORMATION

GMF – EL -

Position Title:

ISO Coordinator Americas

Department:

Employee Name:

TBD

Location:

Atotech Mexico

Supervisor Title:

HSE & ISO Manager Americas

DOA:

DOA Form Required and Attached

Employee Signature

Supervisor Signature

Human Resources Signature

Date

Date

Date

Part 2 OVERALL FUNCTION

Briefly describe the overall purpose of the position. Why does job exist? What overall end-result is expected?

Part 3 PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES

In a series of statements describe the principle responsibilities of the job. This list is not intended to be an all-inclusive list but

rather a general guideline. Atotech reserves the right to change and/or update this document at any time.


Part 4 REQUIRED SKILLS AND RELATED EXPERIENCE

List the minimum academic credentials and specialized and/or technical knowledge required to perform the job.

What other skills or related job experience is required?

Part 5 QUANTITATIVE DATA

Indicate the significant numerical data applicable to the position. These should include not only financial amounts but also unit and other measures specific to the position. Use previous calendar year actual figures, whenever possible. Support the

development of other talent of Atotech at Technical and leadership skills.

Number of employees supervised (Directly and Indirectly)

Management/Professional/Technical (Exempt)

Yes

Nonexempt Tech./Clerical/Hourly/Labor Force

Part-time

Total

Other Pertinent Data. (Please specify type and amount)

Part 6 EMPLOYEE ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

DELEGATIONS OF INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL AUTHORITY

I acknowledge and understand that it is my responsibility to review and adhere to the Delegation of Authority (DOA) and all its requirements and limitations.

APPLICABLE LAWS & REGULATIONS

Employee acknowledges that actions taken on behalf of the company must be in compliance with applicable laws and regulations and in accordance with Atotech programs and procedures. This includes, but is not limited to, the Code of Conduct, Business Integrity Guide, the Antitrust Programs and Anti-Corruption Compliance Program. Employee promises that Employee will not knowingly violate any such local, state, provincial and/or country laws or regulations. If Employee is unsure whether an action or course of action on behalf of the company will be in compliance with applicable laws and regulations, Employee is obligated to seek guidance from an Executive Member

of Management, who will consult with general counsel as necessary.