About Magic Leap

Our vision is a world where the physical and digital are one. Our mission is to amplify human potential by delivering the most immersive AR platform, so people can intuitively see, hear, and touch digital content in the physical world. 

We are developing the most immersive AR device for enterprise, and are continuing to build a powerful team to help us do that.

Job Description

Magic Leap is hiring a Web and Social Media Producer that can help us lead the oversight and implementation of our B2B web redesign, as well as our go to market social media strategy and implementation. The ideal candidate has a portfolio that demonstrates experience solving complex technical workflows for front and back end development, while managing both internal and external teams. 

You’re a detailed producer with a history of digital and web-based projects under your belt, who knows how to develop and define a detailed project plan. You have experience producing content for social media as well. You’re a partner to our internal creative and marketing teams, maintaining and advocating for the quality and messaging that our brand and strategy require. You’ll be a partner to our external vendors as well as internal business units, working closely with them to ensure timely delivery, high quality, and a positive collaborative relationship.

You’re part of our process, involved in the creative steps all the way through to delivery, so you’ll thrive as the connective tissue at the center of the workflow of these projects. Our teams are mostly remote, so you’re great at communicating and executing across time zones.



  • Manage web, and social media through the lens of marketing and brand design, in a multidisciplinary team environment, from kickoff through delivery, with strategic and iterative project approaches.
  • Perform early risk management exercises with team leads to minimize project risks and ensure delivery excellence.
  • Partner with team leads and other business units to set project priorities and goals and communicate status updates.
  • Partner with internal back end developers to ensure the quality and intent is following project guidelines and web standards.
  • Ensure project deliverables meet internal goals and deadlines, pivoting as needed, communicating with your team leads to ensure transparency and success.. 
  • Manage relationships and processes with partner vendors (including QA, localization, media, and production) and/or freelancers and internal business units, as an integrated part of the project team.
  • Observe and contribute to the process of project accounting as a partner to project lead; tracking budget costs, hours, and reporting up to project leadership on overages/scope evolutions. You’ll be fluid and understand the nuances of scope changes and lead scope conversations including creative problem solving to managing the project and stakeholder satisfaction.
  • Responsible for day to day internal partner/vendor communication
  • Bring your strategic point of view to the brief, team, and approach consistently asking questions to both internal and external teams, to deepen your understanding of the project and for creative problem solving rather than holding steadfastly to the brief as outlined. You’re not looking to simply "get it done" -- you’re looking for "how can this be better".
  • You’ll be a contributor to team health and have a firm understanding of managing a team. Consistently moving the team forward, monitoring and supporting team health, and maintaining project momentum.


  • 7-10 years experience producing digital/web or brand/design/ comms projects
  • Rigorous attention to organization and project management principles, methods, and techniques including the use of tools, like Jira
  • Basic knowledge with Figma and standard prototyping/design tools
  • Proven experience collaborating with back end developers, managing end-to-end production of complex web builds
  • Experience with social media strategy and execution is a bonus
  • A calm, collaborative, professional, yet light demeanor


  • Bachelor’s Degree, or equivalent work or military experience.

Additional Information

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



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