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Hardware Development Engineer [Multiple Positions Available]

Location: South Bay (Cupertino)         posted: 01.03.22

EMPLOYER:        Apple Inc. 

JOB TITLE:          Hardware Development Engineer [Multiple Positions Available]


JOB ID:                 4942526


JOB DESCRIPTION: Apple Inc. has multiple positions available for Hardware Development Engineer in Cupertino, CA and various unanticipated locations throughout the USA. Build complex optical models, including ray tracing, polarization optics, and color analysis. Influence product level architecture and execute decisions using optical simulations and demos. Identify and implement novel co-optical metrics and specifications to deliver performance that matters to customer perception. Lead cross-functional efforts to propose, plan, and execute demos for optical specification, development and validation. Support engineering building activities by traveling to manufacturing site, performance validation, and failure analysis. Diagnose engineering issues with true scientific method, identify the root cause in collaboration with cross-functional team members. Correlate simulation requests against measurements and make revisions models to develop predictive modeling capabilities. Prepare and deliver executive presentations on technical status, risks and mitigation strategies. Analyze architecture trade-offs among performance, manufacturability, schedule, and cost.


CONTACT: To apply, mail your resume & transcript(s) to: Apple Inc., ATTN: S.L., 1 Infinite Loop 104-1GM, Cupertino, CA 95014, with reference to Job ID: 4942526. Apple is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer that is committed to inclusion and diversity. We also take affirmative action to offer employment and advancement opportunities to all applicants, including minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities.

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