Oculus Research (Facebook Inc.) has an exciting opportunity within its Research Group at Cork for a Hardware Engineer who will play a key role in the developing the assembly technologies of our next generation displays. The ideal candidate will have a background in one or more of the following disciplines; Materials Science, Electronics, Physics, Optics, Robotics or Mechanical Engineering. Any experience in the manipulation and handling of devices in the region of a few microns will be particularly relevant. The job is particularly suited to a hardware engineer who wishes to further develop their career in a vibrant and fast-moving research environment. This is a full-time position based in our Cork office, Ireland.
- The successful candidate will be responsible for leading the LED packaging and micro-assembly development including: o Micro-packaging and device handling at a micro-scale o Identifying Materials for novel packaging techniques at micro-scale o Supporting the development of state-of-art LED assembly processes and hardware. o Identification of and management of external assembly partners o Work closely with other cross-functional members to define advanced micro-assembly solutions
- Bachelor’s degree or higher in Electrical, Electronics or Mechanical Engineering, Physics or Material Science.
- Experience in some or all of the following: o Micro-assembly and micro-packaging. o III-V and GaN compound semiconductors. o Deep understanding of surface chemistry and behaviour of materials at micro-scale o Deep knowledge of material characterization tools and methods at micro-and nanoscale o Knowledge of optical properties of materials at micro-scale is an advantage o Knowledge of Automation and positioning at micro-scale, including control and machine vision is an asset. o Managing partners and subcontractors from a technical and project management perspective