The Camera Program Manager will manage, lead cross functional imaging
engineering tasks belonging to the Global Product Development Imaging Team.
This is a hands-on role with technical as well as managerial tasks &
responsibilities. Technical responsibilities will include analysis of key
issues with a direct contribution. They will be key contributor to the Imaging
SW and HW of future Motorola products. They will be part of contribution to
all aspects of the Imaging Pipeline of a Mobile Phone starting from Lens,
Sensors through to Post Processing of Images and Video. They will play an
integral part in ensuring Image Quality standards of the products the team
Plan, develop and coordinate the activities focused on design, development,
coding, testing, research, programming and documentation for imaging SW and HW
system for mobile phones.
Lead cross org teams in delivering the performance of modeling, designing, and
coding activities, employing structured methods.
Involvement in the ideation, definition, execution, testing and
commercialization of the imaging systems on mobile products.
Review design documentation for all levels of the product development process.
The candidate will lead the Image Quality through areas of Image Quality,
Imaging HW Design, ISP Algorithm evaluation and integration, Imaging Analytics
and Imaging Testing.
* Bachelors Degree in Computer Science or EE or ---Computer Engineering
* 3-5 years industry experience
* Utilize Image Quality Analysis Tools, Android, C/C++, Design Methodologies, JAVA, LINUX, Software Development Methodology and Software Architecture."
* Masters Degree
* 3+ years experience in leading engineering management
* Image Signal Processing or Image Quality --Background
* Passion for Imaging/Photography
* Previous experience working in Cellular Telecommunications Industry
Motorola Mobility is an equal opportunity employer. We evaluate qualified
applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin,
disability, veteran status, and other protected characteristics