Job Description

  • Highly motivated leader with the technical skills and team leadership behaviors required to deliver Magic Leap’s next generation spatial computing device.
  • Working in an agile, startup environment, the Compute Senior Program Manager will be responsible for the design, development, commercialization, and on-time delivery of custom Asics required by our next generation spatial computing device.


  • Define program scope, goals and deliverables; incorporate input from cross-functional team members and communicate to senior stakeholders.
  • Create, maintain, and drive schedule by monitoring progress, coordinating activities, and resolving problems.  Implement, manage, and communicate program changes.
  • Actively assess program health, utilize technical, managerial, and leadership skills to keep program velocity on track.  Understand and exercise escalation process both internally and externally to ensure high quality, on-time delivery.
  • Lead complex technology partnerships with external vendors, integrate external teams and results into critical path and manage deliverables against SOW’s.
  • Work closely with product owners and dependent product teams in defining the vision and ensuring team is doing the right thing for the end user.
  • Prioritize team activities, lead decision-making process, and make appropriate commitments to dependent teams and stakeholders.
  • Lead team through cycles of learning during the development process, advocate continuous improvement in product and process performance.
  • Proactively identify and manage program risk; apply sound engineering problem-solving techniques and innovative mitigation plans to deliver excellence.
  •  Lead design control activity, including but not limited to requirements, risk analysis, verification and validation protocols and reports, design transfer.
  • Implement metrics as required bringing visibility to product and program health.
  • Lead process improvement as required to deliver scope of work assigned.
  • Facilitate design reviews according to quality requirements, ensure appropriate technical authorities are represented and design feedback is incorporated.
  • Support Quality Assurance and Regulatory Affairs during relevant Corrective & Preventive Actions (CAPA) and Nonconforming Product Report (NPR) investigations.
  • Assist in management of headcount, budget, and purchasing activities.


  • Drive, drive, and drive.  Appropriate balance of gracious and tenacious.
  • A minimum of 7 years of experience in a technical program management, program management, or product development role.
  • Experience designing, developing, and launching to mass production custom ASICs for consumer electronic devices.
  • Deep understanding of hardware and software development processes and procedures as well as knowledge of the product development life cycle.
  • Track record of understanding of how and when to use popular project management methodologies (Agile, Waterfall, Critical Path, etc.).
  • Excellent organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills.
  • Proficient in Microsoft and Google productivity suites and working knowledge of Jira, Kanban, Tableau, etc.


  • Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or Physics, Master’s degree preferred
  • PMP certification, CSM, 6 Sigma certification preferred


Additional Information

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

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