Are you an engineer with broad interest and technical knowledge, who wants to work and challenge highly technical skilled teams and bring insight in cost structures of our products, than the position of value engineer might be what you are looking for.
Value engineering is a structured approach to increase ASML profitability by improving the value of our products for our customers and/or reducing its cost in the development process.
The value engineer is an expert for cost and value optimization of products in all phases of their lifecycle.
Master in Mechanical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Mechatronics, Industrial Engineering or similar
ASML creates the conditions that enable you to realize your full potential. We provide state-of-the-art facilities, opportunities to develop your talents, international career opportunities, a stimulating and inspiring environment, and most of all, the commitment of a company that recognizes and rewards outstanding performance.
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