Do you have a talent for playing a pivotal role in Facility Management? Measuring and analyzing how process utilities and building services are used in our cleanroom cabins, and keeping track of the many different cabin configurations – and how they will be used in the near future? Do you enjoy optimizing systems, ensuring that utility supply is always meeting demand. And do you enjoy working with a diverse range of people, each with their own targets and concerns? If so, we should talk.
Job Mission At ASML we have 150+ cleanroom cabins. All connected to HVAC, electrical, gas and water supplies and more. Your mission is to ensure these cabins are all provided with adequate building services and process utilities at maximized availability. But how to know what is adequate? By asking the engineers who work there? By consulting with the AM program and project managers that were involved with the new cabin development? By liaising with the O&M and EHS departments throughout the cabins’ lifetimes. The answer is all of the above – and more. Because you will become an expert in cleanroom hook-ups and configuration management. With this knowledge you will be instrumental in ensuring optimum balance between performance, cost and risk. You will be able to challenge Development & Engineering, Operation & Maintenance, and production – whenever necessary – to achieve that optimum balance. To this end you will also write and constantly update your cleanroom configuration master plan which will be used by senior AM management in strategic planning. This is a challenging position with plenty of opportunity to achieve measurable results – ideal for a high achiever with a healthy ambition.
Job Description You are the functional owner of the cleanroom hook-ups on ASML premises over the entire lifecycle of their installation. You will:
Ensure appropriate hook-up of ASML lithography systems and ancillary equipment as well as safe and structural integrity of interfaces within the factories.
Initiate analysis and propose new projects, to ensure:
reduced safety risks
improved performance of technical installations
optimum costs levels
Be the AM point of contact for factory operations working on technical expertise issues.
Works with all other disciplines in the AM Competence department to ensure proper functionality, performance and coordination at point of use (within the cleanroom).
Define project design starting points.
Translate customer requirements into concepts to be used by project management, and develop best practices across cleanrooms to guarantee quality and quantity of supply.
Validate/review concepts of key projects requiring modifications of cleanrooms.
Develop engineering and design guidelines for hookups and cleanroom installs.
Interacts with D&E liaison within ASML Asset Management.
Education BSc/MSc in process engineering, mechanical engineering or equivalent
5 years + of relevant work experience
Proven experience in the semiconductor industry
Generalist that keeps overview
Excellent in Dutch and English, both verbally and written
Team player, yet self-starting
Excellent communicator, enjoying to play a pivotal role in a complex organization
Hands-on and conceptual
Eye for quality and consistency; thorough and precise
Know-how of cleanroom inventory and functionality
Context of the position Reports to the Manager AM System Engineering.
Primary location: ASML campus in Veldhoven, the Netherlands