ASML is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of chip-making equipment. Headquartered in Veldhoven, the Netherlands, ASML employs more than 21,000 people.
1. Submit your application
You can apply for a vacancy via the 'Apply for this job' button on the vacancy page concerned. If there are no current vacancies that match your experience or interest, you can sign up for the ASML Connection (Europe) or submit a general application (Asia). Tip: add a motivational letter in which you can explain why you are qualified for the position and why you should be selected for an interview.
Check our vacancies
Our recruiters do the first screening based on your resume and motivational letter. If we find a sufficient match, your application will also be reviewed by a line manager. We will also check if we see a (better) match with other vacancies. Within three weeks, we will notify you of the outcome of the screening and whether or not we will invite you for a personal interview.
3. Personal interviews
You have been selected for an interview with a line manager and / or recruiter. Because ASML works with multidisciplinary teams in a project-oriented organization, you are likely to have several interviews with different stakeholders.
Want to make a good first impression at your interview? Here are some tips:
- Show thorough preparation. This will help to get to the appropriate level of depth in the interview as quickly as possible.
- Check out our social media channels to get more insights and get up-to-speed with the latest news, information and events at ASML (Twitter, Facebook, YouTube).
4. Employment proposal
If you have completed all the steps of the recruitment process and we both feel there is a match, we will make you a proposal of employment at ASML. This proposal will also contain the terms and conditions agreement.
If you accept the offer we have made to you, you will receive your contract and will start working on the date we have agreed upon. You will start your employment with a new hire training day, in which you will be informed about all the (practical) ASML information you need to know.
Page updated on 2016-5-3 11:30 CEST