Job Description

Magic Leap, Inc. is seeking a facilities maintenance technician, to support our manufacturing facility in Plantation, Florida. We are seeking a facilities technician that can perform a variety of tasks including basic troubleshooting on HVAC, electrical, wastewater/plumbing, and mechanical equipment. Perform general maintenance on chillers, exhaust fans, air compressors, vacuum pumps, wastewater neutralization system, and high purity water systems. Possess the ability to use the facility control/monitoring system to ensure the facility and cleanroom environments are meeting specifications. This position may be exposed to atmospheric conditions, such as: dust, fumes, noise and varying temperatures all within OSHA standards.

This position will be based our of our Plantation HQ and will require bing in the office Monday-Friday from 3:00pm to 11:30pm.


  • Performs basic troubleshooting on HVAC, wastewater, DI system, fire and security system, air compressors, etc.
  • Monitor all preventative maintenance work and schedules to complete assigned work
  • Work with specialized outside vendors to repair and maintain cleanroom and facility systems
  • Prepare and maintain logs, monthly reports, inventory reports, purchase orders, etc.
  • Hazardous waste disposal
  • Compliance with Federal, State, and local regulations including EPA and OSHA regulations and building codes
  • Perform general facility repairs, maintenance, and work order requests
  • Must be able to work in a cleanroom environment, which includes wearing PPE


  • Minimum 3 years’ experience facilities/manufacturing environment prefered
  • Knowledge of plumbing, HVAC, refrigeration, electrical, water system and hydraulics
  • Ability to use hand and power tools including forklift operation, lifts, etc
  • Experience with cleanroom environments prefered
  • Experience with hazardous waste disposal and maintaining paper and electronic logs prefered
  • Experience using a facility monitoring/control system prefered
  • This position requires continuous physical effort; intermittent and long-term work cycles; standing, walking, sitting, repetitive motion, and lifting up to 50 pounds unassisted
  • Employees should demonstrate knowledge of hazardous communication regulations 
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Experience using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and e-mail)
  • Emergency Response Team experience preferred
  • Employees may work weekends, overtime shifts and participate in on-call rotation 
  • OSHA 10 certification preferred 


  • High School or GED. Trade School or Associates degree preffered

Additional Information

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



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