Senior EHS Engineer II – ASM

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Requisition ID 20096 – Posted 08/26/2022 – Arizona – Phoenix

We’re not like most. We don’t just overcome obstacles – we don’t see them. Instead, we see the potential in every person, and every situation. We don’t wait for opportunity to appear – we create it. Meet ASM. A company that has been searching for people just like you.

Who is ASM?

ASM is a leading, global supplier of semiconductor wafer processing equipment. Our ambitious team is dedicated to delivering innovative technology solutions to the world’s leading semiconductor manufacturers. We have over 2,600 employees based in 14 countries, including Belgium, Japan, Netherlands, South Korea, Singapore, Taiwan and United States. Together we work to develop Epitaxy, ALD, PEALD, Vertical Furnaces and PECVD thin-film deposition technologies for our customers. Our goal is to remain an industry leader by being ahead of what’s next. We accomplish this by focusing on finding collaborative solutions to make integrated circuits, or chips, smaller, faster and even more powerful.

ASM, an inclusive workplace

We at ASM are a truly global organization that works diligently with an open-mind in all areas of our business.  We strive for a culture and work style that fosters trust and transparency. We put our people first, and that is how we will continue to succeed. We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity. We recognize and value the differences between individuals, including gender, ethnicity, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, knowledge and experience, work background, age, skills, amongst others. Recruiting and developing a diverse workforce provides a wide range of perspectives.  This enables a culture of continuously exploring and adopting new technological ideas and innovations, and it also enables us to deliver excellent products and service to our clients.


As an EHS Engineer at our Phoenix, Arizona product development center, you will report to the site EHS/Sustainability Leader and become part of an exceptional team of scientists, engineers, and many others working at the leading-edge of technology. You will join a global culture that is, at all levels and across all regions, deeply committed and continuously striving to lead our industry in all aspects of EHS, Product Safety, and Corporate Sustainability. While we are today recognized as an industry leader, we also know there is so much more we can and must do. The opportunity is equally challenging and rewarding, with tangible progress and wins both daily and over time. The role provides a tremendous opportunity to learn and grow, professionally and personally, and the opportunity to innovate and contribute locally and globally.


  • BS in Health & Safety Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry or related degree
  • 4+ years in Environmental Health & Safety manufacturing and/or equipment design environment
  • Familiar with ISO 14001 and ISO 45001, local environmental and safety regulations or standards for a manufacturing and Research & Development (R&D) environment
  • Environmental & occupational health and safety experience in high-tech arena/semiconductor fabs preferred 


  • Provide guidance and expertise to the site EHS Manager in the development and maintenance of ASM’s EHS programs to support the organization
  • Must possess an understanding of local/regional regulations and company policy
  • Apply exceptional problem solving and critical thinking, bringing a new perspective to existing problems and solutions
  • Ability to impact a range of stakeholders, including customers, executives, peers, and site personnel
  • Provide guidance and assist with compliance to all applicable ASM EHS Policies to provide for a hazard-free workplace for ASM’s employees and guests 
  • Provide subject matter support to the line organization for workplace health and safety issues/concerns
  • Measure the site/region’s performance against company requirements in environmental, health, safety areas
  • Analyze EHS metrics leading to the discovery of trends, and drive improvement plans to closure to minimize risk and improve performance
  • Provide guidance with the maintenance and improvement of environmental programs and systems, including hazardous material permits and plans
  • Develop best practices, procedures, training and management controls to ensure work is planned and conducted in a safe manner in accordance with national and local regulatory requirements, Semiconductor Equipment Manufacturing Industry (SEMI) standards, ASM global EHS procedures, customer requirements and EMS
  • Provide ongoing guidance to the implementation and maintenance of ASM Phoenix’s emergency response control plans and team to provide emergency response capability to protect ASM employees, visitors, equipment and facilities
  • Contribute to the maintenance and continuous improvement of the global safety training program
  • Maintain safety incident and health case reporting in accordance with regulatory and company requirements
  • Sustain ASM’s continuous improvement in EHS performance through facility and program auditing
  • Implement global and local training program and ensure its effectiveness
  • Provide support for ASM Phoenix’s Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery Program
  • Responsible for responding to emergencies during off hours as needed
  • Manage the site SDS database and GHS labeling requirements

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Knowledge in the semiconductor equipment industry including fab infrastructure and facilities, including ALD/CVD/EPI wafer processing equipment, emissions test methods, installation/qualification of equipment, and & ergonomics standards 
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and oral with customers and associates
  • Experience with Industrial Hygiene methods and standards applicable to the semiconductor industry
  • Experience in a fast paced, changing/growing organization
  • Strong ability to influence without authority
  • Strong analytical skills with demonstrated problem solving ability
  • Strong ability to critically think, self-guide, and educate
  • Adapts well to fast paced environments with changing circumstances, direction and strategy


  • Professional Certification preferred; Associate or Certified Safety Professional, or Certified Industrial Hygienist


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PHYSICAL DEMANDS – The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Ability to work in a cleanroom environment around semiconductor equipment, including in/around process modules, hazardous gas/chemical systems, and supporting facilities infrastructure. Will require ability to audit and inspect in some physically demanding situations within the cleanroom and its supporting infrastructure.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

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From the very start of the semiconductor industry to the present day, we’ve been technology leaders who have pioneered innovation and brought new processes into mainstream manufacturing. We are collaborating, creating, and delivering on our vision – a shared vision to drive innovation with new technologies and delivering excellence with dependable products. By doing this, we’ll create new possibilities for everyone to understand, create and share more of what they love.