ASML is looking for employees in Berlin

Who are we, and what do we do?

We are perhaps the most important tech company that you have yet to hear of. ASML is a high-tech company headquartered in the Netherlands. We manufacture the complex lithography machines that companies like Intel, Samsung and TSMC use to make microchips. 

Our Berlin site is an important development and production site for ASML. We develop and manufacture the key components of the machines there. So without our components the machines would not function. Without the machines there would be no microchips and consequently, no electronic devices.

What are we planning in Berlin?

We want to continue to grow here at the Berlin site and further consolidate and expand our importance within the ASML family as a competence center for optics and wafer chuck technology.  

What job vacancies are we seeking to fill at the moment?

We combine engineering and craftsmanship and are looking for talented people who want to work with us on the technologies of the future. We are looking for people with technical training to work in production as well as process, development and quality engineers, HR employees and many more. We currently have a total of more than 50 vacancies posted on our website.

ASML in Fakten & Zahlen

Industrial sector: Optics & photonics

Locations: More than 60 sites worldwide

Number of employees: In Berlin sind wir mehr als 1.700 Mitarbeitende; weltweit sind bei ASML über 41.500 Mitarbeiter:innen (FTE) beschäftigt.

Number of nations in the team: In Berlin we have more than 1,700 employees; worldwide ASML employs more than 41,500 people (FTE). 

Company languages: German (and English) - the official company language of ASML is English.


  • Future-proof job at an innovation leader in the semiconductor industry in Berlin-Neukölln
  • Remuneration in accordance with the IG Metall collective wage agreement (in-house collective wage agreement) including 13. month's salary and variable remuneration components  
  • Working time 38.5 hours/week; gradual reduction to 35 hours/week by October 2025
  • Attractive bonuses when working shift patterns
  • Flexible organization of daily working hours (depending on the area of work)
  • Reimbursement of moving expenses for distances more than 100 kilometers
  • Individual training and development opportunities
  • Access to organized childcare and holiday programs
  • Health and sport offers (e.g. subsidy for sports activities, health days, company doctor, free vaccinations, etc.)
  • Mobility allowance for the BVG Corporate Ticket or a bicycle
  • Modern working environment 

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