Projects, Programs and Change

In a nutshell


San Jose, US


Projects, Programs and Change

Work Experience

4-9 years, 10-15 years

Educational Background

Other technical backgrounds, Other non-technical backgrounds



Remote Work


Time Type

Full time

NEW Job ID: J-00282686

A challenging project management opportunity for academic professionals with experience in new product introductions, lifecycle management, supply chain or production in high tech-low volume environments.

Job Mission
Fast market introduction of ASML’s newest technologies requires concurrent engineering by all disciplines. The Sourcing & Procurement Project Manager Product Lifecycle fulfills this need by bridging the gap between new product development, phase out and supply chain volume operations.

Job Description
As Project Manager, you’ll make a real difference to the efficiency and profitability of the company by determining and managing the supply chain project plan of platforms, new products, associated introduction types (new builds, installs and upgrades), industrialization and phase-out strategies. Managing risks and requirements at product level across the full life cycle (feasibility, design, ramp, release-for-volume and phase down). Manage requirements at function development level. To achieve this, you will be using your unique mix of technical, creative and interpersonal skills and you’ll guide and coordinate your team of up to 15 supply chain team members.

Main responsibilities

  • Represent all S&SC departments in a cross-sector Program organization.
  • Manage supply chain introduction of new Metrology and Inspection products from technical feasibility towards ramp and release-for-volume
  • Plan & mobilize resources of the Sourcing & Procurement project teams to fulfill the plans
  • Manage sourcing and supply chain requirements & deliverables through key decision gates of ASML’s Product Generation Process
  • Manage supply chain setup by driving the selection of suppliers to fulfill quality, logistics, technology and costs requirements in NPI and Volume phases
  • Manage material availability balanced against customer service levels, inventory, quality, costs and risks: Identify bottle necks, prepare decisions and take actions towards engineering, suppliers, factories, field to manage the critical path both for time-to-market and ramp
  • Driving the issue resolution of associated complex parts per product team across involved internal departments, competence/category teams and supplier account teams.
  • Drive Costs down with the Sourcing & Procurement teams to target levels

MSc degree in (industrial) engineering or supply chain.


•  5 – 10 yrs work experience, of which 2 – 5 yrs experience in new product introductions preferably in high-tech, low-volume environments.

Personal skills

  • Self-starter
  • Result orientation, act under high pressure
  • Stakeholder management : deal effectively with internal and external stakeholders both at operational and executive levels
  • Organize cross functional cooperation and execution
  • Able to coach team members
  • Excellent professional communication in English
  • Business, financial and commercial acumen + technical background

Context of the position
ASML is a leading provider of advanced technology systems for the semiconductor industry, employing  more than 40.000 people in 16 countries. Its success is based on four pillars: technology leadership combined with customer and supplier intimacy, highly efficient manufacturing and entrepreneurial spirit. 

Within this organization the Sourcing & Procurement (S&P) sector is responsible for all 

commercial and operational supplier interactions; Strategic sourcing & procurement, supply chain phase-in and phase-out of new and changed products,  integrated supply chain planning, customer supply chain management on spare parts and upgrades, logistics operations and spares 

You will be working in the S&P Product Life Cycle Management (PLM) team. You report to a Program Manager S&P PLM . Your peers are other Sourcing & Procurement PMs and PLM managers. Together you are responsible for introducing new or changed hardware in the supply chain. The starting point is a product definition, and the end goal is an industrialized supply chain. We consider supply chain industrialization as securing Material Availability at the right quality and cost, now and in the future. 

Other Information
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. 


The current base annual salary range for this role is currently $115,875-$193,125. Pay scales are determined by role, level, location and alignment with market data. Individual pay is determined through interviews and an assessment of several factors that that are unique to each candidate, including but not limited to job-related skills, relevant education and experience, certifications, abilities of the candidate and pay relative to other team members. Our recruiters can share more information about our bonus program, benefits and equity during the hiring process.