A new paradigm of computing

Magic Leap is a pioneer in spatial computing, developing groundbreaking augmented reality technology that seamlessly blends digital content with the real world. As the creator of the next computing platform, our mixed reality devices unlock new possibilities for how people interact with and experience their surroundings. 

Magic Leap could be your place if you want to be part of a united team where everyone is empowered and trusted to make an impact. At Magic Leap, you can explore innovative solutions and use your talents to solve real-world problems. Working alongside industry experts, you can grow your skills and amplify human potential at the intersection of the physical and digital worlds. We know that successful change and progress accelerate diverse perspectives. As we shape our future, everyone's voice matters. Together, we can reimagine the world of work and, with our bold partners, make the impossible possible.

The opportunity   

Magic Leap’s Workplace Operations & Services roles ensures Magic Leap’s internal operations run efficiently through the execution of coordination, integration, and administration of diverse responsibilities across real estate, facilities, environmental, and operational functions.  Workplace Operations & Services roles vary in focus and execution across facilities/ site operations, safety, security, core administrative/ operational support, company assets management, and real estate. Areas of responsibility include performing support services; identifying, acquiring, designing, constructing, and operating exceptional, safe, secure, and creative environments; managing, planning, repairing, and maintaining Magic Leap’s company facilities and assets; ensuring safety and security across Magic Leap.

As a Facilities Operations Manager within our Workplace Operations & Services organization, you will ensure the efficient operation and maintenance of company facilities by managing a team and overseeing various administrative functions. Responsibilities include supervising staff and vendors in security, maintenance, custodial services, and office administration. The role also involves space planning, facility inspections, implementing layout changes, managing budgets, negotiating with vendors, and developing long-term improvement plans.

Location: This position is located in Plantation, FL. Relocation assistance is available for candidates interested in relocating to the area. 

What you’ll do 

  • Design and oversee all facilities' operational processes, including clean rooms, labs, and office spaces, ensuring they meet regulatory and operational standards.
  • Coordinate and manage the programs and procedures for installing and maintaining equipment to ensure optimal functionality and seamless integration with the manufacturing process. This includes overseeing all infrastructure related to the equipment, including but not limited to deionized water systems, acid waste neutralization systems, process gasses and chemicals, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing systems.
  • Oversee all end-to-end construction activities, including proposal requests, vendor selection and oversight, budget and cost management, coordination with regulators, vendors, and internal teams, ensuring compliance with safety regulations and industry standards, and seamless project execution.
  • Serve as a liaison with local authorities, facilitating planning processes, securing permits, and coordinating inspections while ensuring stakeholders are well-informed and engaged in key project decisions.
  • Develop and implement comprehensive maintenance programs, including preventive and corrective maintenance schedules, ensuring minimal production disruption.
  • Responsible for scheduling, prioritizing, and inspecting all facilities' work, ensuring projects are completed and meet safety protocols. 
  • Participate in energy conservation and waste management programs to ensure compliance with environmental regulations.
  • Lead a dynamic team, adeptly managing manpower scheduling, overseeing timesheet approvals, and seamlessly coordinating emergency and routine facility operations.

The experience you bring

  • 5-8+ years of professional experience in facilities operations, preferably in semiconductor, manufacturing, biomedical science facilities, or similar environments.
  • Associate degree in facility management, engineering, construction, or a related field.  Relevant certifications of equivalent experience will also be considered.  We are most interested in your total experience and professional achievements.
  • Hands-on experience with process gasses, chemicals, and navigating cleanroom environments, indicative of adaptability and specialized knowledge.
  • Proficiency in utilizing facility management software such as Upkeep and CMMS, alongside adeptness in CAD applications.
  • Demonstrated expertise in HVAC, plumbing, electrical systems, and overall building construction, underscoring a robust technical background.
  • Recognized leadership capabilities demonstrated through team management, budget oversight, and delivering impactful presentations to senior stakeholders.
  • Strong organizational and project management skills, with the ability to prioritize tasks and manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Effective communicator adept at establishing rapport across all organizational levels, fostering productive relationships crucial for operational success.
  • Proficient in contracting and negotiation and adept at navigating change management processes, crucial for ensuring operational efficiency and agility.

It’s exciting if you also have:

  • 10+ years of professional experience in facilities operations, preferably in semiconductor, manufacturing, biomedical science facilities, or similar environments.
  • Possession of relevant certifications or degrees in related disciplines, highlighting a commitment to ongoing professional development and mastery in the field

Additional Requirements

  • Flexibility to travel approximately 10% of the time for training, support, or spearheading strategic initiatives.
  • Ability to safely lift and maneuver heavy objects.
  • Adherence to a flexible work schedule, accommodating operational needs spanning from 7 am-4 pm or 8 am-5 pm, and on-call responsibilities as needed, such as occasional nights or weekends,

Additional Information

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


If you need an accommodation during the application, interviewing, or hiring process, you may request an accommodation by emailing ApplicantAccommodation@magicleap.com.

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Please note that we do not accept any application documents via (e-)mail. Furthermore, we do not accept applications from recruitment agencies for this role.




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
$83,000$139,000 USD

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