ASML is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of chip-making equipment. Headquartered in Veldhoven, the Netherlands, ASML employs more than 14,000 people.
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Bringing talent together
At ASML we bring together the most creative minds in physics, electronics, mechatronics, software and precision engineering. This combined brain power develops lithography machines that are key to producing cheaper, faster, more energy-efficient microchips. Our machines need to image billions of structures in a few seconds with an accuracy of a few silicon atoms.
Our recruitment process is designed to acquire, develop and retain the best talent and skills regardless of their descent. Our people are recruited from all over the world not limited to local communities. Nevertheless a majority of our senior management are local hires.
Challenging multidisciplinary environment
Behind ASML's technological breakthroughs are engineers thinking ahead. We offer them the ultimate challenge to solve complex technical problems in a multidisciplinary environment. ASML dares you and your team every day to push your limits. Above all, ASML is a pleasant company to work for with dedicated colleagues. It's a very down to earth organization with the appeal of a global market leader.
Looking for job freedom?
Are you an internationally driven team player who enjoys the company of brilliant minds? Are you passionate about solving complex technological problems? If so, you'll find working at ASML a highly rewarding experience. Per employee, we're Europe's second largest private investor in R&D. This gives you the freedom to experiment in a culture where you can get things done.
Join ASML's expanding multidisciplinary teams and help us to continue pushing the boundaries of what's possible.
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