Job Description

The Senior Director, SDK is responsible for driving vision, strategy and roadmap across Magic Leap’s SDK.  This individual will develop and lead the SDK function and drive the creation of development relations that will inform and drive product decision making. 


  • Lead the development and management of SDK that inform decision making on the product strategy
  • Analyze potential partner relationships and 3rd party solutions to enhance the SDK offering
  • Prioritize and communicate user and technical product requirements to various engineering teams to track and implement
  • Use the products to understand the developer experience: Actively develop with the SDK and tools to validate MVP goals
  • Be the face of the SDK and Developer Tools, working across the company to communicate strategy and roadmap externally
  • Build operational efficiencies between supporting business teams to ship products faster and more robustly. (Key teams: SW Program, Dev Experience, Product Research, Product Program, PXP)
  • Advise SW and Product program teams how to optimize internal processes
  • Oversee timelines and verify resources to successfully ship features in agile environment
  • Collaborate closely with SDK leads to ensure solutions are well-architected and SDK leads’ experience is leverage to create best-in-class products
  • Partner with Tech Writing and the Dev Experience team to educate the target audience (developers). Serve as a stakeholder to workshop content, support feedback, and partner feedback in order to tie it into your result.
  • Act as a firm resource for product information, competitive positioning, market trends, etc
  • Enhance our overall product and market research capability, innovating the way we leverage data and technology in our research process
  • Drive creation of the data science practice at Magic Leap including systems and KPI for measuring, monitoring and mining user behavior
  • Apply and establish metrics and KPIs to ensure the right product is getting shipped in the right way and track analytics to drive solutions and ideas
  • Support socialization of approach and results across the organization
  • Actively engage with business partners across the firm to integrate key takeaways into action steps
  • Lead and manage the SDK and Development Relations team to craft KPIs and other predictive analytics in order to create organization focus


  • 10+ years of experience in product, design, software development and/or related experience

  • Excellent analytical, oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to organize and prioritize competing priorities to meet deadlines
  • Excellent attention to accuracy and detail
  • Proven ability to work well under pressure
  • Ability to work with individuals and influence teams across the organization
  • Self-motivated with a strong work ethic


  • Background in product, design, business, psychology, strategy data science management or another relevant field
  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited University in a related field
  • Master’s Degree preferred

Additional Information

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



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