Magic Leap is an eclectic group of visionaries, rocket scientists, wizards, and gurus from the fields of film, robotics, visualization, software, computing, games and user experience. We are growing quickly, and this is the time to get on board and play a role in shaping the way people will be interacting with the world tomorrow.

Job Description 

Our Lead Sustaining Process Engineer take a demanding set of functions and turn them into the optics technology that makes the magic work. They monitor and control eyepieces fabrication and product performance. In addition, they will manage tool productivity, maintenance, and yields, conduct data analysis to improve processes, and manage quality measurement for their tool/process. Work closely with Quality engineers to improve product yield and to troubleshoot process flow from root causes to equipment tuning. Process/equipment engineers own and lead the stability, improvement, maintenance, and performance functions of the tools. They drive continuous improvement to tool/process to meets requirements of the manufacturing ramp.

In this role, you will work closely with Quality engineers to improve product yield and to troubleshoot process flow from root causes to equipment tuning. In addition, Process/Equipment Engineers own and lead the stability, improvement, maintenance, and performance functions of the tools. They drive continuous improvement to tool/process to meets requirements of the manufacturing ramp.

Responsibilities:

  • Sustain processes for eyepiece fabrication
  • Design, collect data, analyze and compile reports on a variety of process engineering experiments,
  • Perform hardware characterization and define process window and process-hardware interaction
  • Troubleshoot a variety of complex problems, perform Root Cause Analysis and resolve a variety of difficult process engineering issues
  • Generate internal and external documentation for products, presentations and technical reports
  • Interact with customers to resolve a variety of difficult process engineering issues/problems with limited supervision.
  • Interact with development engineer to define new process and capabilities
  • Has knowledge of best practices and how own area integrates with others; recommends product and process improvements
  • Develops strategy for project execution
  • Solves complex problems; takes a new perspective on existing solutions; requires innovative thinking.
  • Drive defect reduction on tool set
  • Drive output improvement on tool set
  • Communicate eyepiece and equipment status to the manufacturing organization in real time.
  • Perform scheduled maintenance and qualification of equipment following detailed SOP
  • Monitor and respond to abnormal equipment signals
  • Work with senior personnel and engineers to perform PM, troubleshooting and standard qualifications
  • Correct and generate SOPs when required
  • Train technicians as needed.

Qualifications:

  • 7+ years’ work experience in relevant field.
  • Hands on experience in clean room, optics, semiconductor materials and characterization.
  • Expertise in analytical techniques
  • Demonstrate experience with technical problem-solving skills with multitasking capabilities
  • Demonstrate experience with statistical process control methodologies and engineering analysis tools
  • Strong data analysis, troubleshooting, teamwork, and communication skills
  • Aptitude and desire to learn new skills
  • Six Sigma certification and/or use of LEAN improvement tools a plus
  • Ability to thrive in a multi-culture environment

 Education: 

  • BS, MS or Ph.D. degree in Engineering or other science related fields

 Additional Information

  • All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.

 

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