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Not all high-tech jobs are out of reach
Entry-level tech positions at ASML are the perfect starting point for your career in the semiconductor industry. Work with a diverse team of over 1,600 people on innovative precision technology that can be found in just about every electronic device on the market. Be part of the company that’s a part of everything!
A diverse team
You’d be surprised at the diverse group of talent working at our Wilton Factory. Our Wilton, Connecticut location has a variety of engineering jobs that require advanced degrees, including software engineers, electrical engineers, mechanical engineers, and optical engineers . But there are also both entry-level and experienced positions for assemblers and technicians, who are an equally important part of ASML.
Are you moving from another area to join our team in Wilton? Depending on your situation, we offer a relocation bonus, support for immigration, travel and shipping personal belongings, and tax advice.
Inside ASML Wilton
Take a look inside our Wilton facility, where we design and manufacture critical technologies.
'Concurrent engineering' stations located on the factory floor enable design and production engineers as well as technicians to work side by side on new developments within fully functional test modules.
Why join the ASML Wilton Factory?
Be part of the world’s leading supplier of lithography equipment to the semiconductor industry. Make your contribution to high-tech count!
Gain company-paid education perks and grow your career within ASML. Flexible schedules allow you to achieve your dream while still earning a living.
1,600+ team members of many nationalities and diverse walks of life work side-by-side on a common goal – high-quality, high-tech innovation.
Do you own a smartphone, computer or tablet? Ever had an MRI? If so, you can be part of the team that makes the machines that make the chips inside the world’s leading-edge devices.