ASML Industrialization - Equipment Engineer Metrology DUV in Veldhoven, Netherlands


ASML supports the Semiconductor industry’s ongoing quest for producing faster, smarter and more energy efficient chips (IC’s). ASML creates lithography systems that the Semiconductor Industry needs to achieve their goals. ASML can only achieve and accomplish its objectives with a strong support of its suppliers. D&E; - The D&E; sector amongst others is responsible for Industrialization and operational requirements of ASML’s products. E.g. Reliability, Availability, Manufacturability, Serviceability (RAMS), Cycle time play a leading role in reducing operational costs by design and process improvements for volume products from inception through the programs and sectors, by developing and imposing companywide pro-active and reactive structural issue resolution processes.

Job Mission

Metrology is the competence that, by means of mathematical modeling of the system and its functions, enables and implements control of the system and its functions on nanometer levels of accuracy. The equipment engineer Metrology is responsible to ensure reliability, availability and operational cost of the Metrology function in new ASML products meet requirements. He or she does so by means of co-design, integration, validation and introduction of new products and processes. Secondly, continuous improvement of the installed base with respect to operational requirements also falls under the responsibility of the equipment engineer.

Job Description

In the ASML product life cycle, the engineer has the following responsibilities:

Represent the operational sector in the co-design phase and make sure the operational requirements are implemented in the design.

Take care for new product introduction towards field organization

Take care for structural improvements and feedback on structural improvements towards development team.

Review technical documentation of the multidisciplinary development team.

Define documentation, spare parts and tooling for the global service organization.

Be the expert in analysis of complex problems on-site

Knowledge transfer from development to operational sectors and to local service organizations

Minimize operational costs for volume products.

Analyze global product performance and define requirements for co-design improvement.


Bachelor or Master Degree in Mathematics, Physics or other technical area.


Experience with metrology is considered a benefit.

Personal skills
  • Pro-active mindset. Plenty of initiative.
  • Team player with excellent communication and writing skills in English.
  • Customer focus, analytical skills, flexible attitude and commitment are key for this role.
  • Willingness for foreign travel
Context of the position

To be completed

Other information

To be completed

Location: Veldhoven, Netherlands

Level: Bachelor

Experience: 2-5 Professional

Available since: 4/10/2018

Functional area: DUV, Industrial Engineering

Background: Mathematics, Physics

Reference: req1433