Advanced Packaging Engineer

Research | Cork, Ireland

Oculus Research, the research division of Oculus (Facebook), is currently seeking a technology development engineer who will play a key role in the developing the assembly technologies of our next generation displays. This role is particularly suited to a technology development engineer who wishes to further develop their career in a vibrant, multidisciplinary and fast-moving research environment.


  • The successful candidate will be responsible for leading LED packaging and micro-assembly development including:
  • Micro-packaging and device handling at a micro-scale.
  • Identifying materials for novel packaging techniques at micro-scale.
  • Supporting the development of the state-of-art LED and display assembly processes and hardware.
  • Identification and management of external assembly partners.
  • Work closely with other cross-functional members to define advanced micro-assembly solutions.
  • Promote and support innovation to facilitate IP generation as appropriate.
  • Interface with suppliers and partners, from a technical and project management perspective.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree, preferably graduate study and qualifications in Materials Science, Electronics, Physics, Optics, Robotics, Mechatronics, or Mechanical Engineering.
  • Experience with the interaction of materials, processes, and equipment for optoelectronic, compound semiconductors.
  • Knowledge and experience of material characterization tools and methods at micro and nano-scale.
  • Knowledge of automation and positioning at micro-scale, including control and machine vision.
  • Experience in large data-set handling and analysis.
  • Managing partners and subcontractors from a technical and project management perspective.
  • Promote and support innovation to facilitate IP generation as appropriate.

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