New opportunity for an R&D Engineer / Acoustic Engineer to join an audio technology company and contribute to research, design and development of new audio technologies.
You'll join a high-performing team of engineers working on innovations in sound, signal processing and acoustics, with the opportunity to focus your work in the areas you're most experienced and interested in.
The company has plenty of financial backing to carry out R&D and it's an environment where you are genuinely encouraged to explore new ideas and technologies.
The team are have some flexibility in the skill sets they are looking for however they need to find someone who already has some experience working in consumer audio design and development - whether that's loudspeakers, headphones, transducers, audio chipsets or signal processing technologies and algorithms.
If you already have some experience in consumer audio R&D and would now like to find a role with more freedom to research and develop ideas, this role is an excellent career move.
Essential Skills & Knowledge
Experience working in consumer audio product development - loudspeakers, headphones, transducers, audio chipsets or signal processing technologies and algorithms
Detailed knowledge of electroacoustics
Strong practical experience with MATLAB
Acoustic test and measurement (not for buildings)
Understanding of DSP for audio applications
If this R&D / Acoustic Engineer role sounds appealing, please apply and I will get in touch with more details. If this isn't quite right but you'd like to stay updated on jobs in audio, acoustics or music technology, please feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn or follow me on Twitter (NoiseyTess).
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