30+ days ago - req25329
Lead Engineer Opto-Mechanics
Research & development
In a nutshell
Research & development
Are you challenged by demanding projects in a multidisciplinary context? Do you have the technical capabilities to provide innovative and highly stable opto-mechanical solutions? We have a job for you!
Within the group Sensors Mechanics, the team Level Sensor and Light Sources is looking for an experienced lead engineer to join the developments of opto-mechanical modules which provide a stable and well defined light source for sensors. These sensorswhich are responsible for the accurate positioning of the wafer with respect to the image to be patterned. These optical modules need to provide sub-nanometer stability and are highly accurate. It requires a complex combination and understanding of precision engineering, thermal, dynamic and material behavior, opto-mechanics, and high precision manufacturing competences to get this job done.
Take ownership and manage designs in the field of highly accurate and stable opto-mechanical modules in collaboration with a small team of experts in a multi-disciplinary project setting.
- Take responsibility for the mechanical design of opto-mechanical systems in strong collaboration with other teams in a multidisciplinary environment with physics and EDEV teams, and with many interfaces to other projects within the scanner, wafer stage, machine layout, system quality, tooling, etc.;
- setup of planning and prioritization within the project scope;
- Contribute to the specification, concept development and qualification of designs;
- Responsible for the full portfolio of technical product documentation;
- Able to manage and coach a small team.
Masters in mechanical (precision) engineering or equivalent. Education in optical designs is a pre. At least 5 years of relevant experience is mandatory.
- Experience in a design role in a complex technical environment and knowledge of the V-model;
- Dedicated knowledge of precision engineering, opto-mechanics, static, dynamic and thermal load cases, constraint design and high precision alignment;
- Experienced CAD user (preferably NX), and familiar with PLM systems;
- Thorough knowledge of the ASML D&E Way-of-Working is a pre.
Design keywords are: high mechanical and thermal stability (6DOF), defectivity, cost effective, FEM, manufacturability and service friendly.
- Well-developed analytical skills and a pragmatic attitude;
- Able to manage complexity, takes initiatives;
- Responsible and accountable for decisions and deliverables;
- Highly motivated, proactive and responsible team player and coach;
- Balances stakeholders and excellent communication skills in an international, multicultural setting.
Context of the position
The holder of the position reports to the group leader Sensors Mechanics (32 FTE) within the department of Wafer Tables, Clamps and Sensors of the Mechanical Development cluster (D&E).
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.