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Provide leadership & direction to a small team of engineers and physicists to develop optical element alignment and metrology equipment for complex optical system. Responsibilities include: – Plan and prioritize team activities: create detailed plans (MS Project), define deliverables for the engineers; – Manage the team structure: Set up a team structure that matches the work content of the work-breakdown structure; Understand an utilize the proper escalation paths and acts accordingly; Understand project interdependencies and manage them effectively; – Delegate tasks and follow up: Run efficient project meetings; delegate necessary tasks to the team; capture and publish meeting minutes and action items consistently; keep daily control; – Manage system interdependencies: learn and understand how your technical deliverables interact and link to other subsystems – manage the interdependencies; – Sufficient technical expertise to help drive technical solutions and solve difficult problems when the arise; – Risk management: assess (routinely) risks – performance, reliability and cost risks; understand operation risks – plan mitigation actions; – Routinely prepare and deliver status reports to senior management; Leadership: – The candidate must have the capacity to lead engineers, technicians, and operations personnel in executing activities related to complex development of optical alignment and metrology equipment; The candidate must exhibit complete ownership of the deliverables; Problem Solving: – The candidate must have expertise at anticipating and solving complex problems on complex optical systems; the candidate must have the ability to lead the development team in the use analytical processes (8Ds, fault trees, Ishikawa diagrams, etc…) to develop test plans to determine problem root cause; Communication: – The candidate must have the capability to clearly communicating progress and status of ongoing activities to managers and to customers; Travel: – Nominal travel ( ~ 15%) to Europe, Asia, and within the US can be expected on a routine basis. Education MS in Physics, Optical Engineering or other engineering discipline, with an emphasis on optical system, photonics, design and analysis. Dual degree in a second engineering discipline desired.|
PMI certification a plus. Experience Three years of experience required. Experience in working with engineers across disciplines to solve complex optical alignment and metrology problems in a timely manner. Strong emphasis on creative problem solving and effective communication.
Personal skills Demonstrate strong and consistent leadership and the ability to form strong teams; Be able to break down complex problems with limited data to come to solutions – strong critical thinking capability; Have strong written and oral communication skills and a commitment to achieving results while under time constraints. Responsible, professional communication to senior management at ASML, customer service organization, and with our customer. High energy, high ownership, high level of dedication; Be willing to jump in on new issues, get to the bottom of the causes and propose practical solutions; Be competent in and/or have affinity with: optical design and electro-optical devices, detection electronics, electrical and SW data processing; Be able to interface with multidisciplinary groups and work effectively in a team and be willing to take on responsibility, follow through and keep multiple simultaneous assignments on schedule; Be able to quickly acquire technical knowledge from documentation and on-the-job training and be capable of thoroughly investigating technical issues (analytically and hands-on in a lab); Context of the position The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.