Microsoft Corporation HoloLens Optics Technical Manager in Redmond, Washington
Microsoft HoloLens Team is continuing to revolutionize consumer electronic devices. The team is that incubated Kinect and profoundly redefined the way people interact with technology is forming a product development team to change the world again! We are growing a team of experienced device product developers, working in a startup environment on redefining experiences with epic technology innovation.
We are developing ground-breaking hardware, software and experiences across computer vision, machine learning, human-computer interaction, and image and video processing, networking and graphics. We will transform our ideas into reality through shipping a first-to-market product.
We are looking for Technical Manager to be a part of our HOLOLENS Optics team.
The Microsoft HoloLens Optics team is currently looking for a Technical Manager to drive technical development in Redmond. Primary responsibilities involve managing internal and external developments in optics, materials, and processes to be used in HoloLens and other areas of Microsoft. The candidate must have a technical background in optical systems and experience leading complex hardware development programs.
Detailed responsibilities include:
Technical, vendor and project management
Ability to deliver results through external partners
Coordination and communication with diverse internal teams
Regular status updates and development recommendations to sponsoring executive team
Approximately 25% international travel to the United States, Asia or Europe
Working concurrently with Optical Engineering, Display Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Design, Electrical Engineering, Process Engineering, Tooling Engineering, Manufacturing and Test Engineering in creating innovative optical systems
The candidate must have experience with managing external partners, project management, and optics development.
A MS or PhD in Optical Sciences, Physics, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering or related degree with 10+ years relevant experience.
Technical background in optics with knowledge of optics manufacturing processes
Ability to travel
Experience in driving development with external partners
Experience with new technology development
Proven track record of delivering results
Ability to work independently
Excellent interpersonal skills, including cross-group and cross-culture collaboration
Experience developing high-volume consumer products
Ability to meet Microsoft, customer and/or government security screening requirements are required for this role. These requirements include, but are not limited to the following specialized security screenings: Microsoft Cloud Background Check: This position will be required to pass the Microsoft Cloud Background Check upon hire/transfer and every two years thereafter.
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