We are looking for a dynamic software partnerships manager to help enable new technology platform functionalities.
The ideal candidate will have experience and subject matter expertise in some or all of the following areas: SDK, tools, core embedded software, computer vision, and artificial intelligence.
7+ years of licensing technologies and deal-making/partner management experience is likely needed to successfully perform this role.
Externally, the role consists of helping to identify and develop relationships with the required parties to expand the functionally of Magic Leap’s technology platform.
Internally, the role will work cross functionally with software leadership, product managers, operations, product marketing, engineering, and legal teams to ensure the expedient execution of platform partnerships.
Deal formulation, negotiation, and contract development.
Prioritize, coordinate and manage multiple initiatives concurrently.
Evaluate and prioritize opportunities of high impact for the software platform.
Manage a cross functional process; working with product management, finance, legal, and the contracts teams to close strategic deals.
Forecast and model key scenarios in Excel for strategic planning and discussion.
Provide consistent updates and communication to business leaders.
Initiate business discussions and drive ongoing engagements with limited guidance.
Strong problem solving, influencing, conflict resolution and decision-making skills.
Energetic and collaborative team player who feeds off of goal setting and achievement.
BS/MS or MBA is preferred
All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.
About Magic Leap, Inc.
How It All Began
October 5, 2017
Today, Magic Leap is a company made up of hundreds of artists, engineers, explorers, and dreamers from around the globe, all chasing their curiosity toward the same goal – bringing together the digital and real worlds to advance human potential.
But it all began on a road trip to Austin when we asked the question – “what if computing could spill outside the computer?”