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In the Manager/Director Key Account Technology (KAT) role, located at our European and Corporate headquarters in Almere, you face the exciting challenge of leading the KAT department to expand product market-share by winning DTOR selections and ensuring competitive process application performance of the installed base. In this role, you report into the Senior Director Product Management and are part of the ASM Thermal Products (CVD) business unit.
As Manager/Director KAT you manage the KAT (Key Account Technology) department consisting of (senior) process engineers and (senior) KAT engineers. The mission of the department is to expand product market-share by winning DTOR selections and ensuring competitive process application performance of the installed base.
Position summary: The IT Business Partner (ITBP) serves as the single point of contact between the Global IT organization and the assigned business function/s via the Business Functional Owner (BFO). The ITBP co-leads with the BFO on the determination, shaping and delivery of strategic functional capabilities roadmap to the business function/s. In this role the ITBP is the key person in the alignment and communication with the global functional business as well as with the Global IT organization. Additional to the key relationship with the BFO, the ITBP also works closely with other process owners and key users. Within the Global IT organization the ITBP collaborates with ITBPs in other functions, Enterprise Architects, and other functional team members in the Infrastructure and Applications team.
The ideal candidate will have (education & experience):
Key skills and personal characteristics:
ASM is a leading, global supplier of semiconductor process equipment for wafer processing. We deliver innovative technology solutions to the world’s leading semiconductor manufacturers. We are a dynamic, growing company and provide ground breaking solutions that are helping to make semiconductor devices smaller, faster and more powerful.
ASM Belgium is one of the R&D centers of ASM International and is located on the campus of IMEC in Leuven, Belgium. ASM equipment, operated by engineers of ASM Belgium, is situated in the IMEC cleanrooms and used for development projects and demonstrations.
We are looking for an Equipment Engineer to join the equipment engineering team that takes care of the ASM owned equipment and supports the process engineering teams.
Perform maintenance and remedial repair maintenance on complex electronic / electro-mechanical semiconductor capital equipment at ASM Belgium in the IMEC cleanroom and support areas.
Bachelor degree in electromechanical engineering or equivalent experience.
Experience in any or all of the following areas is a plus: wafer fab, closed loop gas and vacuum control, electro-pneumatic controls, microprocessor based controllers, robotics, basic concepts of software, toxic and/or flammable gasses and acids.
NEW COLLEGE GRADUATE PROGRAM - BUILD YOUR FUTURE WITH US
ASM is a leading supplier of semiconductor equipment, materials, and process solutions for wafer processing. Our customers include the world’s top semiconductor device manufacturers. Driven by the need to innovate, our goal is to expand our portfolio of groundbreaking technologies and products to help our customers make semiconductor devices smaller, faster, and more powerful. To achieve this, we need talented people who are true innovators and able to deliver excellence. People who want to be part of a dynamic, growing company, which brings together some of the sharpest engineering brains in the world to provide our customers with a constant supply of value-added solutions. People who share our fascination and passion for the future, but want answers today. At ASM, we start by connecting atoms and end up connecting the world.
Our global workforce prides itself on turning today’s challenges into tomorrow’s opportunities. In this context we are offering you the opportunity to build a future with us through our New College Graduate Program. This is a chance to work in one of the most advanced scientific fields in the world and to get your career off to a flying start.
The NCG Program
Our intensive graduate program puts you on a fast career track with a leading supplier of semiconductor process equipment for wafer processing. Our goal is to cultivate and nurture the next wave of technical experts, project managers or leaders of ASM.
This program is designed to give you the resources, freedom and support to reach the top. You will be at the leading edge of the innovation process, working alongside the greatest minds in the semiconductor industry to overcome some of our toughest scientific challenges.
For the first 2-3 years, you will be working at our R&D satellites in Helsinki, Finland or Leuven, Belgium. During the program you will be assigned to creating breakthrough process solutions in collaboration with our global product lines and research partners. You will play a pivotal role in strengthening the connection between the business and R&D.
You will work on challenging process development projects and at the same time participate in internal and external training. After some time you will be assigned to lead projects where you can use your creative abilities to overcome tough, technical obstacles and drive new R&D breakthroughs.
With a mentor from a business unit and expert partner, you will work with other talented researchers from around the world, contributing your unique knowledge and insights to open up new pathways. By actively following industry developments, you will be able to signal new trends and opportunities that are important to ASM.
After completing the program through multiple assignments and training, you will be transferred to a designated product line and apply your advanced knowledge within one of our product lines across the world.
The NCG Profile
We are seeking talented new PhD and Master graduates in physics, physical chemistry, chemistry, materials science or engineering – preferably with a thesis related to semiconductors or adjacent industries. If your grade score average is in the top 25% of your class and you have a strong affinity with semiconductor technologies, our intensive new college graduate program offers a great opportunity to get a flying start to your career.
What makes you an ideal candidate?
· Solid knowledge in the areas: chemistry, material science, physics of semiconductors and basic knowledge of the semiconductor device integration process. Former experience in semiconductor industry will be an asset;
· Fluent in spoken and written English and excellent communication and presentation skills as it requires intensive interactions with different units across the globe;
· Team work is crucial in our business so good interpersonal skills need to be demonstrated;
· You are willing to relocate and internationally mobile – you are willing to relocate starting at our Corporate R&D centers in Finland or Belgium and moving to our business units in Phoenix (USA), Almere (Netherlands), Tokyo/Nagaoka (Japan) and Seoul (South Korea);
· You thrive in different cultures, quickly learn new skills and want to be a driving force in global teams;
· You follow through with a critical business mindset – from new ideas and solutions to development of breakthrough technologies to applications and commercialization;
· You are assertive and take charge – you want to take a leadership role and accept the responsibility of solving problems and getting results;
· You communicate well – you can clearly and simply express advanced concepts, both verbally and in writing.
The NCG Offer
This unique opportunity offers your gateway to an international career within ASM. Next to receiving competitive pay, you will receive additional benefits and support to facilitate your international mobility.
In addition the NCG program will comprise technical, project management and leadership skills training. Throughout the NCG Program you will be mentored and coached on both your technical capabilities as well as your leadership competences.
The Application Process
If you qualify for this unique opportunity, please apply online providing your motivation, relevant information and curriculum vitae. If you are selected, you will be invited for (virtual) interviews. An assessment and reference check can be part of the procedure.
ASM International is a dynamic, growing company at the leading edge of technology that makes semiconductor devices smaller, faster, more powerful and help improve the quality of our lives. Our technology and extensive customer support teams support the globe. ASM's global workforce prides itself on turning today's challenges into tomorrow's opportunities. We offer you the opportunity to build a future with ASM.
Position: Field Service Engineer
Location: Kiryat Gat, Israel based customer location
Candidate may need to be available for immediate worldwide travel for training purposes for a period of approximately 3 months. Once certified the position will comprised of site based work in Israel and / or worldwide travel which may be up to 75% of the annual time.
A Bachelor degree in Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic or Mechatronic Engineering or equivalent experience.
We offer a competitive base pay, benefits and variable pay. Next to this we support you in your personal and leadership development through a personal growth plan.
Procedure and Contact
If interested in this opportunity, please apply online with detailed CV and Cover Letter. An assessment and reference check can be part of the procedure.
Vacancy Equipment engineer ASM Microchemistry
In 2017 the machine park of ASM Microchemistry will be expanded with two platforms. Altogether 8 process modules (Pulsar® and plasma tools) will be hooked up to these systems. The tools will be used for the development of the most advanced processes (> 3 generations ahead of current technology).
To maintain these new cluster systems in addition to the four existing cluster systems, ASM Microchemistry is looking for an equipment engineer. It is our plan that the new equipment engineer and the current ASM equipment engineers will be cross-trained in order to service all the platform and tool types including thermal and plasma systems.
Typical tasks of equipment engineers at ASM Microchemistry include: service ASM tools, install ASM retrofits, design build and install retrofits specifically designed for ASM Microchemistry R&D purposes, propose hardware improvements, service pump systems, participate in facility maintenance, help in installing new precursors, and assist with the experiments.
Contract: ASM Microchemistry contract, full time
Location: Helsinki, Finland
Start-date: January 1, 2017 preferred
Education: B.Sc. level in Engineering
Support demonstration and process development activities of the team of which he/she is part.
Maintain all appliances necessary for the above in an operational status independently.
Description of the activities
Operate ASM systems.
Perform repair and maintenance of ASM systems.
Apply and test improvements to systems.
Perform project activities.
Perform operator tasks when necessary.
Perform repair and maintenance of other systems that fall under the responsibility of the department.
Train equipment engineers and operators.
Maintain the documentation that belongs to the systems that fall under the responsibility of the team.
Institute (bachelor’s degree; mechanical / electro technical).
Experience in machine construction >= 1 year.
Required knowledge /skills
Detailed knowledge of ASM system hardware and software.
Proficiency in operating ASM systems.
Knowledge of personal safety, EHS and equipment safety.
Reports to the section manager.
Maintains close contacts with all employees of the department.
Maintains contacts with other department within ASM, such as Customer Service, Service Desk and Spare Parts.
Clarity of expression
Good written and verbal clarity of expression in the English language.
Reasonable written and verbal clarity of expression in the English language for internal ASM contacts as well as contacts with suppliers.
Work circumstances such as: sustained work with computers or in clean rooms, dealing with dangerous substances and complex machines.