Magic Leap is the world’s most advanced Augmented Reality platform. We deliver innovative businesses a powerful tool for transformation — an enterprise augmented reality platform of great utility and joyful simplicity.

We are still growing, 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

As a prototype test support engineer, you will be responsible for the design and management of manufacturing software systems and own a broad set of feature areas and products. Working with our factory test engineers along with Manufacturing and Product Development teams you will be responsible for bringing a product from concept into mass production.

 

  • Configure, install and maintain a world class test platform for board level and product level testing for digital, optical, RF and acoustic systems.
  • Provide on-site support for a large collection of factory test and calibration systems for Magic Leap products.
  • Root-cause, debug and implement corrective actions for failure modes occurring during factory test operations.
  • Set-up, deploy, qualify and perform repeatability runs on new test systems and configurations.
  • Work with local and remote teams on failure analysis and roll out of fixes and improvements.
  • Drive test Gauge R&R to achieve targeted manufacturing yield and cycle time goals. 
  • Analyze test station data
  • Manage security and protection of core IP
  • Test fixture and instrumentation setup and validation

 

Qualifications

  • Minimum of 5 years combined experience 
  • Rudimentary knowledge of developmental and scripting languages (C++, C#, Python, Bash and Windows Batch scripts)
  • Understanding of product development and manufacturing procedures and qualification processes
  • Experience with test and measurement instrumentation and automation
  • Ability to troubleshoot systems and interpret statistical data
  • Excellent written, presentation and interpersonal skills are required 
  • Experience with high-volume, world-class design and manufacturing techniques for consumer electronic products
  • Experience in Windows and Linux OS environments
  • Knowledge of communication, networking and messaging protocols is a plus
  • .NET environment coding experience is a plus
  • Experience with stereo camera and imu calibration a plus
  • Image processing experience a plus
  • Experience with robotic systems, PLCs and servos a major plus
  • Experience with optical products is a plus

Education

  • BS degree in EE or CE

Additional Information

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

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