Functieomschrijving Manufacturing and Equipment Engineering
Is it your strength to figure out the best way to manufacture and service our machines in the factory and field and formulate requirements on designs to support this? Do you understand how to influence a design to avoid unnecessary production disruption and improve serviceability? Then the job of Manufacturing and Equipment Engineer for Mechanical Layout might be just the one for you!
You will be working in the department Mechanical Architecture where you are responsible for the new product development design requirements needed to build and service our machines in the factory and field. Your support structurally improves cycle time and system availability. You work mainly in Veldhoven but also on site worldwide to solve urgent issues.
- Deliver input for manufacturability and serviceability of designs
- Gather input for manufacturing and field service from documentation
- Prepare procedures for factory and service operations
- Review system- and tool designs and release them to manufacturing and service based on needed validation steps
- Owner of training packages regarding work preparation to factory and in the field
- Troubleshoot for issues in factory/field for new products and provide call out support.
Master degree (or Bachelor degree with experience) within Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics, Physics, Electrical or other similar education.
2-5 years of experience in:
- a service or production environment with high tech products and complex production processes
- scale up from design into volume production
- mechanical structures and in system lifting appliances
- Broad technical and business knowledge
- Excellent communication skills
- Get-on and do it mentality
- Very active, plenty of initiative
- Focused on quality, continuous improvement
- Team player
- Affinity with installations and interconnections
- Willing to travel several times a year
Context of the position
The goal of Mechanical Architecture - Manufacturing and Equipment Engineering is to industrialize ASML products while development is going on, embedding a system’s industrial performance (cycle time, reliability, availability, and cost) into the specifications and early in the design phase. This means thinking about the manufacturing environment, to the use and maintenance at the customer site, and to take into consideration lessons learned from the past. If we focus on product industrialization early, we can prevent most of the manufacturing and quality problems in our factory as well as at the suppliers and even improve our delivery time. MA’s role is to leverage concurrent engineering and to do things in parallel, working as a team with D&E, CS, Manufacturing, Sourcing – every department involved in the Product Generation Process (PGP). The results will never be exclusive of MA: our goal is the success of the Programs, and we want to contribute as part of the team to the achievement of the Program targets, from industrialization aspects to time to market.
The holder of this position reports to the Group leader Mechanical Architecture - Manufacturing and Equipment Engineering.