Work at ASML and be part of progress

At ASML we believe that technology is a force for good. It connects us, whoever and wherever we are in the world, and it changes how we live, work and play. ASML is the world's leading provider of lithography systems for the semiconductor industry. We make the tools for a critical manufacturing step, defining the structures that form the electrical circuits on a chip. We provide chipmakers with everything they need to mass produce patterns on silicon.

Our key technology is the lithography system, which brings together high-tech hardware and advanced software to control the chip manufacturing process down to the picometer. Delivering new functionalities, better performance and lower cost with each generation, advances in chips have spawned new products and transformed industries. All of the world's top chipmakers like Samsung, Intel and TSMC use our technology, enabling the waves of innovation that help tackle the world's toughest challenges.

We are proud of the impact our achievements have on the world around us. We are proud to be part of progress.
How we are part of progress
Preethi Software Test Engineer
Good to have an ASML mentor being an international at the company. Your mentor guides you through the first couple of months and answers all of the questions you may have. Preethi Pradha Elavarasu, Software Test Engineer.

ASML FACTS

  • 19,216 employees
  • €9 billion net sales
  • 60 offices in 16 countries
  • €2,1 billion net income
  • 115 different nationalities
  • €1,2 billion research & development spending

Why choose ASML?

Some people choose ASML so they can work at the very cutting edge of their technology field. For others, it’s the opportunity to rub shoulders with some of the brightest minds in their discipline. Some people choose ASML because there are so many different ways to develop their career, they can specialize technically, become a manager, or take on project management. 

Everyone has a different  reason to join. But everyone has the same reason to stay: teamwork.

Everyone is part of a multidisciplinary team. Physicists, data scientists, chemical engineers, metrology experts and more – all working together in different teams to crack a particular challenge. Each team member brings a different set of skills to attack technical challenges from different angles. The result? Incredibly imaginative breakthroughs at the cutting edge of engineering.

With each new breakthrough, the people at ASML feel proud. Proud of themselves and proud of their team. That’s why people choose ASML. And that’s why people stay.

World Wide Tech Hubs

ASML employs more than 19,000 people and generated sales of € 9.05 billion in 2017.

We are headquartered in Veldhoven, the Netherlands, amid a thriving ecosystem of other high-tech companies that have turned the region into Europe’s top tech hub. 

Additional R&D and manufacturing sites are in the north-eastern United States in Wilton, Connecticut; in the California tech hubs of Silicon Valley and San Diego as well as in Taiwan and South Korea.

We also maintain customer support offices near every major manufacturing location of our customers.

Our culture

At ASML you’ll get the freedom to explore, develop and share your thoughts. You will be working with a global network of peers. Our multicultural environment brings the whole world together in one place. We care about tolerance and diversity. A lot of attention is paid to vitality and working environment. You can assert your talent in one of the ASML sporting teams. Or be part of our communities like Young ASML, Woman@ASML or Seniors@ASML.

Be part of ASML

At ASML you will get a career, not just a job. We strive to reward employees competitively and provide coaching, training and personal career development programs. Flexibility, enthusiasm, ambition and customer-orientation are essential criteria for any career path. If you meet these criteria, then there will be a world of opportunities open to you. Working at ASML means you're prepared to commit to everything you do, down to the nanometer.

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