ASML is the world's leading provider of lithography systems for the semiconductor industry, manufacturing complex machines critical to the production of integrated circuits or chips. ASML's corporate headquarters is in Veldhoven, the Netherlands.
The company has lithography research, development and manufacturing operations in Wilton, Connecticut and in Veldhoven, the Netherlands. Technology development centers and training and application facilities are located in Asia, Europe and the United States. ASML Wilton’s core strengths of competencies are:
Expertise in sub-nanometer precision mechatronic systems
Capabilities in optical metrology sensors and metrology systems (i.e. alignment and inspection)
Expertise in design and manufacturing of critical optical components
Precision glass and ceramic structures used in illumination and optics
The Manufacturing Operations in Wilton Connecticut is responsible for the production of lithography tools as well as purchasing and logistics. The complete production process of the most advanced machines takes place within Manufacturing.
To realize 'World Class' support to Manufacturing in order to ensure highest product quality, short lead-times and 'short time-to-market' by continuous improvement of ASML's new and existing products and processes. This position is based in New Product Introduction Group (NPI) within the manufacturing sector in Wilton, Connecticut.
Introduce new products into production in an existing “Concurrent Engineering” environment. Create Manufacturing specifications. 2nd shift. Generate production sequence, routings and technical work instructions. Support production issues by assisting Production Assembly and Test Engineers and Technicians with concise troubleshooting of the Opto-Mechanical systems and sub systems. Evaluate and disposition failed parts with proposed solutions. Review Failure Analysis Reports from suppliers and help validate the root-cause of the failure. Interface with internal and external customers regarding contamination test result, testing methods, and control strategy. Create and direct equipment calibration, upkeep, and new equipment specification and procurement for all analytical instruments used in manufacturing. Able to read optical and mechanical drawings. Working knowledge of geometric optics, wave optics, Gaussian propagation, and aberration theory. Working knowledge of Code-V and/or Zemax, and knowledge of best practices for opto-mechanical design and testing.
BS/MS in Engineering or Physics (Optical background preferred).
0-3 years’ experience in an Engineering environment. Experience in a production environment with high tech products and complex production process. Experience in Lean Manufacturing. Experience in the field of technical Production Engineering and quality methodology such as statistical process control and FMEA is a plus. Working knowledge of Unigraphics and SAP is a plus.
Broad technical knowledge. Focused on quality and continuous improvement. Highly motivated and takes the initiative. Works well in a dynamic environment and team player. Experience in ERP (Preference SAP). Good communication skills.
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