In this position you will be a key member of the Eyepiece Process R&D team and will be heavily involved in R&D, engineering, and associated wafer patterning activities. This position will focus heavily on the fabrication of Magic Leap's internal photomasks and continuous improvements around photolithographic processing. A successful candidate will maintain ownership of all lithography tool performance metrics and be able to visualize/share data effectively with the team. They will be able to provide clear feedback to engineering and systems personnel related to baseline and improvement project status/testing. Job duties will include hands-on nanofabrication and supporting measurements to ensure part conformance and tool health/stability. Working with engineering team members to execute experiments and collect actionable data will help drive technical improvements. Those with experience related to thin film and defect inspection equipment will be given preference. A key contributor will be able to schedule tool time, manage consumables, and ensure timely delivery of internal components to Magic Leap's manufacturing team/site. Candidates must be highly innovative and enjoy working in a fast- paced, rapidly changing, dynamic and creative environment.
Physical Requirements/Work Environment
This position primarily works in a Class 100 cleanroom environment. The employee must be able to suit up and wear cleanroom attire for extended periods. The ability to manually handle glass and Si-type substrates + operate equipment and metrology tools is essential. The job may require standing/sitting as necessary to operate equipment and collect data/images.
Education and Experience:
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.
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