ASML Industrial Engineer EUV Projection Mechatronics in Veldhoven, Netherlands
Would you like to develop and maintain procedures and sequences for field and manufacturing for building, integrating, upgrading, qualifying, diagnosing, accessing, replacing and recovering of projection optics modules?
Do you have affinity with opto-mechanical, mechatronic, electronic and software disciplines? Do you have a Master degree in Mechatronics and >2 years of relevant experience? Then this could be your new job.
The candidate is responsible for the delivery of all industrialization deliverables - laid down in the 6p/6s framework - which are needed to build, integrate, upgrade, qualify, service, diagnose and recover the projection optics in the EUV lithography systems. In order to meet the targets for availability and cycle time, the candidate is also expected to steer the development teams into the right direction with RAMS requirements.
- Develop and maintain procedures and sequences for field and manufacturing for building, integrating, upgrading, qualifying, diagnosing, accessing, replacing and recovering of projection optics modules, all aimed at minimizing cycle time in our factory and maximizing system availability for our customers.
- Specify the tooling and facilities required for the optical module build, integration, qualification, installation and maintenance with special focus on diagnostics.
- Perform cycle time, availability and reliability analyses, and use the outcome of these analyses, together with the lessons learned, to determine the improvement directions and priorities of the current and future projection optics.
- Actively participate in design reviews to secure manufacturability and serviceability.
- Consistently report the status of the industrialization deliverables in progress reviews, carrousel meetings and at relevant Key Decision (KD) moments. Keep this data up-to-date, and align this with your planning in Enterprise Project.
- Deliver knowledge transfers and training to both the EUV factory and Customer Support to prepare factory and customer sites for upcoming changes in our projection functionality, ranging from simple hardware re-designs to sophisticated mechatronic calibration strategies for system performance improvements.
- Manage a small development team to trouble shoot all kind of electronic, software or mechatronic issues encountered while qualifying or setting up the system, in the factory or in the field at the customer, thereby collaborating with other manufacturing and customer support teams.
- Key interfaces: EUV projection project, manufacturing and equipment engineers, PL, GL, TL, module architects, sectors Customer Support and Operations, and supplier Zeiss SMT.
University degree (MSc.) or similar, preferably with relevant experience in mechatronics.
preferably >2 years work experience in an industrial environment.
- the candidate should be able to work in a multidisciplinary team in a dynamic and explorative environment;
- has affinity with opto-mechanical, mechatronic, electronic and software disciplines;
- has excellent communicational skills, is a self-starter, likes to troubleshoot, has hands-on and pragmatic attitude, and has well developed analytical capabilities;
- has sense for accuracy, acts as gatekeeper to secure consistent quality over all industrialization deliverables;
- is able to think out-of-the-box, prefers to take initiative and acts innovatively.
Context of the position
The D&E; Optical Column department is part of the EUV sector of ASML. Its task is to develop and industrialize the imaging function for the Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV) lithography machines.
The holder of the position reports to the group lead of the Projection group and is operational within multidisciplinary projects. The Projection group is responsible for optimizing the imaging performance by providing the means and methods to improve projection optics, and assuring the cleanliness of the path the light travels through.
Location: Veldhoven, Netherlands
Experience: 2-5 Professional
Available since: 2017-09-15
Functional area: Research & Development