Meta AR/VR Job | Image Sensor Product Engineer

Job(岗位): Image Sensor Product Engineer

Type(岗位类型): Hardware

Citys(岗位城市): Sunnyvale, CA

Date(发布日期): 2022-1-24


We are looking for an Image Sensor Product Engineer that will partner with a team of professionals covering the complete CMOS image sensor lifecycle in human perception and machine perception imaging. This individual will lead the requirements definition, selection and integration of leading edge image sensors into our product camera modules. Their work scope will span off the shelf (OTS) image sensors, semi-custom sensors, fully custom sensors, and advanced sensor technologies.


BS in Optics or Physics or Electrical Engineering, or a related technical discipline or equivalent experience.

5+ years of experience in image sensor fabrication.

Analytical and problem solving experience. Experience in drawing conclusions from complex dataset and present at a high level.


Lead technical efforts to productize novel image sensors.

Collaborate with internal and external image sensor design teams, computer vision scientists, module/optical experts and system architects to develop next generation sensor technologies.

Access technology/IP maturity during architecture selection.

Drive vendor on wafer level test/reliability evaluations for new technology development, technology qualification, process changes to ensure manufacturing robustness.

Responsible for yield improvement and cost reduction across products.

Evaluate FA and drive resolution.

Additional Requirements(额外要求)

PhD in Electrical Engineering or Physics, or a related field.

Knowledge of Image sensor semiconductor high-volume manufacturing processes, practices, and techniques for both wafer manufacturing and testing.

Experience with CMOS image sensor design, camera system integration, image quality, performance evaluation, and system calibration.

Experience working with external manufacturing, testing and contracting partners.

Understanding of device physics, analog and digital circuit design, noise analysis, optics, and digital imaging theory.