ASML Design Engineer 3 in Wilton, Connecticut
Design Engineer 3
Location: Wilton - CT, US
Experience: 2-5 Professional
In Wilton, CT, ASML seeks Design Engineer 3 to be responsible for developing portions of the lithography system and/or associated tooling related to the electronics infrastructure; perform mechanical design and development associated with packaging electronic circuits including assembly design, analysis, test, and manufacturing introduction support for both new and existing electronics design projects; understand and mitigate possible failure mechanisms associated with materials, interconnects, and environmental loads to develop a reliable design; communicate with a team of multi-disciplined engineers (Systems, Electrical, Mechanical, Manufacturing, New Product Logistics, and Product Information Management) for design and logistic release approval; investigate and edit product structures, generate CAD models and 2D/3D drawings, and be responsible for the final technical data package; and create, edit, review, and drive Engineering Changes to closure (self-checking and peer-checking department designs and change notifications). Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering or a closely-related field and four years of relevant experience; ability to design and document all aspects of the electrical infrastructure, including AC, DC, main power distribution (panel boards, boxes and cabinets), interconnect cables, bundles and connectors (harnessing), electronic racks, cabinets, control consoles, interfacing with printed circuit board designs, and modeling of flex and rigid PWBs including volumes and critical part locations; experience designing electronic enclosure assemblies; experience in sheet metal design; experience designing for manufacturability (DFM) and developing assembly work instructions for low to medium volume products; experience with 3D solid modeling for design conceptualization and realization; experience supporting design fit check during integration and testing of electrical and electronic systems at the module, sub-system and system level; knowledgeable of industry codes and standards (i.e. NEC 70, NFPA 79, machine tool standards); working knowledge of wiring diagrams and schematic diagrams; working knowledge of design drafting best practices including geometric dimensioning; ability to perform dimensional and tolerance analysis; strong written and verbal communication skills; and ability to write assembly, test procedures, test specifications and test reports required. Apply online at www.asml.com. EEO/AA (W/M/Vets/Disability) employer.
REQ ID: req9912