ASML Integration engineer Plasma Control in Veldhoven, Netherlands
Does working in a dynamic, multi-cultural, international environment attract you? Does working on the world’s most advanced lithography machines sound like a challenging opportunity? If so, then this might be the right position for you!
The Source of the EUV program is being designed in San Diego, which is a 9 hour time difference from ASML headquarters in Veldhoven. The goal of the San Diego Satellite Team is to seamlessly integrate and represent the San Diego based projects in Veldhoven.
In this position you support the plasma control team.
Intake, data collection, investigation, and solve/transfer new issues
Drive and align on ongoing issues
Intake new developed hardware/software from San Diego
Interface with integration engineers of other departments and US colleagues
Contribute to the documentation of requirements, designs, tests, and FMEA
Provide D&E; equivalent level of support (operational control and hands-on)
Remote support/integration of hardware located in San Diego
Integrate new hardware from San Diego projects into systems located in Veldhoven
Execute tests from San Diego projects on hardware located in Veldhoven
Master degree in Physics (or similar technical background)
Practical experience with complex system design and integration is needed.
Familiarity with lasers, plasma control, general control systems theory and applications programming
We expect you to be a good communicator (both verbally and in writing), comfortable as a team player and a results-oriented self-starter. You can be persuasive with stakeholders. You are effective in supporting complex systems integration at both a hands-on and a high level.
Context of the position
The job requires:
Flexibility with respect to working hours
Regular intercontinental travel may be required
Location: Veldhoven, Netherlands
Experience: 0-2 Starter
Available since: 3/14/2018
Functional area: Research & Development, EUV
Background: System Integration, Physics, Other- Technical