27 days ago - req20050
Reliability Engineer for Development and Engineering
Research & development
In a nutshell
Research & development
If you enjoy applying your engineering experience to state-of-the-art technology in a world-leading environment and you are equally inspired to execute your ideas, then Reliability Engineering at ASML is for you. This job requires more than excellent technical ability alone, you also need the vision and leadership to inspire, convince and motivate others.
The semiconductor industry represents the cutting edge of high technology. Simply to survive in this fast-moving environment, organizations must continuously innovate and re-invent their products at very high frequencies. To be a leader in this environment you must move faster and more often than anyone else. That’s why at ASML we have established a culture of “green light thinking” and a “go, go, go” mentality. Everyone at ASML knows the importance of generating big ideas. Everyone knows the importance of getting those big ideas to market first. It’s an adrenalin-filled atmosphere. One that must also embrace the absolute importance of system reliability. An area that is not familiar for all engineers yet, but that is changing rapidly since the customer expects this from ASML. That’s why as an ASML Reliability Engineer you will not only need excellent technical skills but also the ability to network and communicate with other ASML people to keep the notion of reliability at the top of everyone’s mind. You must get involved and stay involved with new module designs and their creators, and maintain reliability issues at the level of importance they require.
By helping to apply and build further the ASML Design for Reliability methodology you will play a central role in continuing the commercial success of the world’s leading provider of lithography systems for semiconductors. It is a commercial success that is founded on three business essentials: innovation, time-to-market, and system reliability, so your technical skills will be vital.
In addition to those technical skills you will deploy your communication and change management skills and your persistence to continuously influence others and maintain module and system reliability as a key performance indicator for the whole of ASML. You won’t be doing this alone, but also with other sectors within ASML such as Industrial Engineering, Production and Customer Support.
For a specific subsystem and its related parts & modules / building blocks:
- Analyze field performance and lessons learned.
- Establish reliability requirement and budget breakdown.
- Define operational environment & user case.
- Perform risk analysis / FMEA together with development team.
- Identify reliability critical parts.
- Risk retirement, including feasibility and lifetime testing.
- Reliability testing at different function levels within a subsystem.
- Reliability prediction.
- Review: design robustness.
MSc in mechanical engineering, mechatronics or (applied) physics, preferably with focus on reliability engineering. Six Sigma Green Belt certificate is a big advantage.
Priority will be given to candidates with at least 2 years practical experience with reliability engineering & qualification. Other candidates with a technical background and at least 2 years of experience in industrial problem solving, failure mechanisms and statistics are encouraged to apply. Experience in a multidisciplinary environment is an advantage.
- Analytical expert
- Driven to achieve results
- Understand change management principles
- Team worker
Context of the position
You will report directly to the group lead of the Reliability Engineering group.
Please submit your resume and cover letter when applying to this job.
This position requires access to U.S. controlled technology, as defined in the United States Export Administration Regulations. Qualified candidates must be legally authorized to access such U.S. controlled technology prior to beginning work. Business demands may require ASML to proceed with applicants who are immediately eligible to access U.S. controlled technology.