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.
|Manufacturing, Research & Development|
|Mechatronics, Mechanics, Physics, Optics, System Integration|
ASML is leading in the worldwide development, production and sales of high end lithography systems for the semiconductor industry. Worldwide over 10.000 people work at ASML, with important settlings in the United States, Asia and the head office in Veldhoven. The employees of ASML share the passion for technology with a customer focus. At ASML one works ongoing for the further development and implementation of complex and high-quality technological systems. Working at ASML is therefore challenging and extremely dynamic. To remain successful the company has ambitious objectives and high standard requirements.
The Sequence engineer is reponsible for coordination, preparation and support needed to ensure successful execution of the Build and Test Sequence on the shop floor. The Sequence Engineer will provide the work preparation in form of a blueprint and material allocation that will be used in Veldhoven as well as at the customer site. The work prep can relate to assembling and testing of modules and machines in Veldhoven and at the customer site. The Sequence Engineer interfaces with Manufacturing Engineers, Production, Planning, Shop Floor Engineers and Project Leaders.
Bachelor or master level in a technical field of study.
A Sequence Engineer in DE P&I SI EUV Manufacturing Group reports structurally to the Group Leader and operationally to the Project Leader DE Manufacturing Integration.
The DE (Development & Engineering) P&I (Performance & Integration) System Integration department is responsible for defining and driving the system integration of new products/options for full functional machine and performance qualification within time to market target. The DE P&I SI Manufacturing group within this department is responsible for setting up and validating the Optimum Manufacturing Blueprint (sequence) for proto and pilot execution from the ASSY work centers up to and including the installation at customer’s site.