Great place to work for plus you get to travel all over the world
SYSTEM INTEGRATION ENGINEER (Current Employee) – Hillsboro, OR – February 5, 2017
Install leading edge lithographic systems, at Intel, within specifications, on time, with quality exceeding the customer’s expectations.
• Calibrate and qualify the machine on site, according to a pre-defined test-sequence • Analyze applicability, accuracy and adherence to design specifications • Recommend design changes or substitution of materials when appropriate • Evaluate and diagnose problems and make appropriate repairs
Data Analysis/ Associate Quality Engineer (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – December 22, 2016
had a really good time having worked there. nice staff and a product I believe in. definitely the leader in global stepper technology, asml is sought by any and all existing track wafer system manufacturers.
Field Support Engineer (Current Employee) – Hwasung – December 9, 2016
ASML might be a very good company however, the Korean branch is quite far from meeting the reputation of the entire company itself.
The following explains why.
1. The managers are unbelievably narrow-sighted. They only care about themselves, not the skill improvements of employees. This severely limits the career path of an employee.
2. Job opportunities are extremely limited. Even if one desires to work for another department, he/she will have to endure severe penalty regarding the Year End review. Moreover, if one seeks to work as an application engineer, a Master`s Degree is mandatory, while the company is not supportive in pursuing academic degrees.
3. Work training is extremely limited. Nearly everything has to be learned on-site, while we are dealing with one of the most advanced, sophisticated machines the industry utilize. In this way, people tend to become conservative in terms of knowledge sharing.
4. The customers are probably the worst in the entire industry.
5. Internal politics seem to be more important than skills in terms of advancing to the next level.
* Please note that such negative feed-back is limited to ASML Korea. ASML is indeed a great place to work.
System engineer (Former Employee) – San Jose, CA – June 8, 2016
They don't like to speak English there and it is hard to force them. If you are not Asian you are in a trouble. The management is not always competent and fair. They offer free food if you are there just for the food.
Facilities Support Analyst (Current Employee) – Wilton, CT – March 30, 2016
Trouble shooting plant problems with a very large infostructure. Work on new and state of art equipment. Replace Motors trouble shooting generation problems .Dealing with different dept heads on all aspect of mechanical problems.
Applications Engineer (Former Employee) – Hillsboro, OR – October 11, 2015
Accountability. This word was tossed around so many times in the office and through the business structure. I wanted to work in a position where I was accountable for upholding the vision ASML had for improving the lives of their people.
Empowering them meant so much to me. Seeing them believe in themselves was like seeing true sincere confidence in who they are and being so proud of themselves and their company. If confidence is built correctly in a person I think it lessens the fear in people and once fear is minimized, productivity in an individual increases and not because they are told to do things but because they want to. Everyone wants to feel accomplished and everyone wants to be proud.
Customer Support Engineer (Former Employee) – albuquerque – June 20, 2015
first in the morning 545am we have a passdown, to see the status of system and what do we need to follow up. then at 730 am we have tools status and priorities with the SX engineers. the hard part of the job is when systems going down and then we have to look for another path to continue with the production. during the day we have to shoot , measure and crunch an EF, if there is any drift on FC. or dose need to submit RCT edit, then sx engineer will check RCT and approve or disapprove the edit, at the same time a need path is open to keep production going
CS Upgrade Field Engineer (Current Employee) – Chandler, AZ – May 11, 2015
Always something new to learn wrt the product, the tooling, and SW. Not always busy, but when it is you can barely leave you post, be it the desk, fab, or travel. Management has improved its way of working in the past year. The hardest part of the job is if you take a break/vacation, by the time you return most likely something new is introduced. Be it people, product, or WOW. Employee's are well paid
Assembler (Former Employee) – Wilton, CT – April 21, 2015
A clean room environment: Precise work using computers, hand tools, optics alignments and a variety of electronic equipment. Attention to detail a must. Interaction between workers and worker/management good. Overall, an enjoyable place to work.