Acoustic Transducer Design Engineer

Software Engineering | Redmond, WA

As an Acoustic Transducer Design Engineer at Oculus Research, you will advance the state of the art in precision sound reproduction. You will work closely with an interdisciplinary team of scientists and engineers to evaluate the performance of existing transducers and help to push the design envelope for the next generation of high performance devices. You're someone who enjoys engineering design challenges and are passionate about audio and prototyping new designs. You understand acoustic-mechanical performance modeling and the conditions under which your computational models breakdown. You're comfortable in an anechoic chamber and understand acoustic test metrics. Your designs have shipped in high volume devices. You are bright, adaptable, motivated and known among your peers as the person who makes things happen.


  • Transducer design and modeling
  • Acoustic test and measurement
  • System integration
  • Generating performance metrics and design criteria
  • Interdisciplinary communication
  • Working with external vendors on manufacturing

Minimum Qualifications

  • BS in Mechanical, Electrical, Acoustical Engineering or similar
  • 5+ years of experience in successfully shipping high volume, high quality designs
  • 5+ years of transducer design experience
  • Knowledge in acoustics and vibration
  • Problem solving and optimization ability
  • Communication skills and experience working across disciplines

Preferred Qualifications

  • MS/PhD in Acoustics, Mechanical Engineering or similar
  • 5+ years of industry experience
  • Deep industry connections with component suppliers and contract manufacturers

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