Job Description

Magic Leap is seeking a Senior Electrical Engineer, TOF, with 5+ years of relevant experience to join the hardware development team working on our next generation product. In this role you will be developing new technologies in imaging, sensing and electro/optical systems. You will be responsible for all aspects of product development from concept to productization including architecture, design, hardware validation and root-cause analysis. You will be expected to collaborate with teams across the company, including embedded software, manufacturing, reliability, regulatory and others. Join our diverse, international team and make your impact on the next-generation immersive AR technology.

Responsibilities:

  • Development of new technologies from proof of concept stage to mass production
  • System architecture design
  • Module level characterization 
  • Design verification test planning and execution
  • Perform and document the FMEA 
  • Laser optical safety compliance and certification
  • EMC certification
  • Ensure compliance with other applicable industry standards
  • Collaborate with manufacturing team to implement system-level tests and troubleshoot and root-cause issues

Qualifications:

  • 5+ years of work experience with TOF technology 
  • Understanding of theoretical concepts of TOF, especially iTOF
  • Knowledge of TOF sensor calibration
  • Understanding of the MIPI standard 
  • Knowledge of the IEC-60825 optical laser safety is a plus
  • Good collaboration skills working with suppliers and integrators, including international partners
  • Experience with Python, or similar
  • Experience with MATLAB 
  • Familiarity with Linux environment, bash scripting knowledge is a plus
  • Circuit simulation using PSPICE or similar.
  • CAD experience (Cadence or other schematics/layout tools)
  • Good collaboration skills in an interdisciplinary team environment
 Education:
  • BS in Electrical Engineering or related fields preferred (Optical Engineering, Computer engineering or similar). 
  • MS is a plus. 
Additional Information
  • All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.
Our salary ranges are determined by role, level and location. In addition to salary, Magic Leap offers a discretionary bonus, equity, and a fully comprehensive benefits package for eligible employees.
US Base Salary Range
$123,000$172,000 USD

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