Senior Manager

Asml Hillsboro , OR 97123

Posted 2 months ago

In a nutshell


Hillsboro - OR, US


8+ years





In Hillsboro, OR, ASML seeks Senior Manager to be responsible for EUV industrialization and High Volume Manufacturing (HVM) readiness at customer sites; develop strategy and support organization roadmap; lead team charged with planning and preparing all activities; define and develop requirements for HVM and for demonstrating the maturation of the EUV platform; work with account team to develop comprehensive strategic plans and drive product maturation; work closely with customers worldwide, translating their business roadmaps and needs into requirements, and lead effectively across R&D, product engineering, sales and field operations; own market requirements, market validation and product roadmaps; deliver market requirement documents with prioritized functionalities and corresponding justifications; evaluate financial aspects of product development;develop and execute operational business plans;use planning to ensure continuous progress products in operation profitability; work with product engineering and account teams to define customer engagement plans; drive and develop use cases and marketing materials; formulate, direct and coordinate market communication activities and policies;manage issues and escalations associated with technical and operational issues, systems and tools, and supply; and define, drive and own operational KPI and drive to performance through continuous improvements.Bachelor's degree in Engineering and 15 years of experience in the semiconductor industry; 6 years of experience in operation management with working knowledge in lithography, metrology, and working with semiconductor customers worldwide; experience in leading cross functional teams in global operations; experience in managing through LEAN principles; strong problem solving and analytical skills; excellent written and verbal communication skills in a multi-cultural environment; and up to 30% domestic and international travel required.Apply online at (W/M/Vets/Disability) employer.

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