This is what you will do!
Within the ORMIT & ASML Business & Engineering Traineeship you get the opportunity take on challenging assignments within various departments of ASML. Based upon the possibilities within the company, your technical expertise and ambition within ASML and you will be matched with the department that suits you best. Generally you're assignments will contain one of the following fields of expertise:
During this traineeship you will work at the Mechanical Architecture (MA) department. The architecture of the ASML machines is crucial for the overall performance of these products. Within the MA department the best mechanical constructions, built-in service mechanisms, means for handling goods and transport systems are developed and industrialized. Here the primary functions of the ASML products are effectively facilitated. For instance: Mechanical Constructions, Freight Handling & Transport. The department covers the entire life cycle of the product: from supplier, production and field service to the end of its lifecycle. It is essential that 'we' can fulfill the functional and industrial obligations in close consultation with all internal and external customers of ASML, including Supply Chain Engineering and Production & Equipment Engineering.
In this Traineeship you will get the opportunity to discover in which role you are in your strength within the Mechanical Architecture (MA) department. Would you like to grow into a role as team leader, project leader or expert? With an expert role you can think of the job function of Architect. In that case you are responsible for translating specific requirements into the design of the ASML machines. Your main responsibilities are the creation and execution of the architectural design, the budgeting and the communication direction, and -if necessary- negotiating with the users. Other main activities with which you can get started within MA are to make the design operational with all the set functions and perform control tests to show that the architecture or subsystem works as intended during the specification phase. This requires a combination of technical expertise and leadership skills.