Oculus - Electrical Validation Engineer

Description - Electrical Validation Engineer (Menlo Park, California)

Product: Virtual Reality Headset

As an electrical validation engineer at Oculus, you’ll own testing and validating the electrical and firmware systems going into consumer virtual reality. You’ll design automated test fixtures and systems to ensure that the millions of headsets that end up in consumers’ hands are rock solid. You’ll work with electrical, mechanical, and firmware engineers to ensure that as we develop incredible new products with a focus on quality.


Ownership of testing and validation on Oculus hardware products.
Designing and building automated testing systems with both hardware and software interfaces.
You’ll invent new solutions to our electrical testing challenges.
Simulate and test prototype and production digital and analog circuits.
Validate firmware protocols and interfaces.
Design and execute on test plans for current and upcoming hardware.
Create automated and manual fixtures and scripts.
Collaborate with embedded systems, electrical, and mechanical engineers during test design and development.


3+ years of experience in electrical system testing
BS degree or above in Electrical Engineering or Computer Engineering or equivalent experience
Use of oscilloscopes, high speed digital test equipment, logic analyzers, and function generators
Experience with test equipment automation and test UI design
Experience with test data collection, mining, and statistical analysis
Knowledge of testing and debugging buses like i2c, SPI, and USB
Knowledge of scripting languages like Python or tools like LabVIEW is a big plus

About Oculus - www.oculusvr.com

Oculus VR, Inc. is revolutionizing the way people experience video games. The company’s first product, the highly anticipated Oculus Rift, is a virtual reality headset that allows players to step inside the game. It provides an immersive, stereoscopic 3D experience with an ultra-wide field of view and super low latency head tracking

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