Audio Systems Technician - Contractor

Magic Leap Plantation , FL 33388

Posted 3 months ago

Job Description: Magic Leap is seeking an acoustics technician to join our team developing the next generation of wearable spatial computing devices. The role involves setup and running of audio tests, collaboration across teams, lab maintenance, and general audio team assistance Responsibilities

  • Run semi-automated acoustics tests, reviewing results and debugging as needed

  • Document results for Acoustics team review and publishing to external teams (SW, QA, etc)

  • Support audio team with basic electronics, soldering, setup, and internal company processes (purchases, NDAs, contracts, materials, etc)

  • Keep acoustics lab organized and stocked with the necessary equipment

  • Basic setup and support of Windows PCs in the acoustics lab

  • Debug audio failures using standard automated tests and methodical approach

Qualifications Required:

  • Minimum 3 years of work experience setting up and running acoustic tests of consumer electronic devices

  • Ability to follow setup manuals and test procedures

  • Ability to debug and repair electronics systems

  • Familiarity with electronics tools like multimeter, oscilloscope, soldering iron, etc.

  • Proficiency in general computer tools (Google Sheets+Docs, Word, Excel, file storage, etc)

  • Experience running automated acoustics tests, debugging and reviewing data on

  • Experience setting up and calibrating audio equipment like microphones, amplifiers, and HATS

  • Knowledge of basic acoustics


  • Ability to adapt tests to changes in device SW and objectives

  • Experience with testing SW devices

  • Experience with audio test systems including ACQUA, AP, Soundcheck, and Klippel

  • Experience with typical software tools like Jira (bugs) and Ariba (purchasing)

  • Experience setting up audio systems (rackmount, power, wiring, connectors, amplifiers, balanced/unbalanced connections, phantom power, etc)

  • Experience with test scripting (Windows command line, Android ADB, etc)


  • High-school diploma or equivalent required. College or relevant technical training preferred.

Additional Information

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


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