Audio DSP Engineer
£45,000 - £55,000
Benefits: Private health & dental care, life assurance, pension scheme, free parking, free onsite canteen, social events, flexible working and half day on every Friday
A group that work in the design manufacturing and supply of digital communication products for mission critical communication. They’re based a short distance for Cambridge North, in some truly stunning offices. The work they provide is largely within the public services domain, with the tech they work on being relied on in life or death scenarios. The work environment can be full on, with an expectation of delivery, though the management team do as much to relieve some of that pressure by allowing half days on Friday’s, arranging regular social events and working in spacious and modern working environments. If you want to work somewhere where you’ll make a serious impact in the real world, this is the environment you’ll want to be a part of.
You will be responsible for developing new algorithms and maintaining the existing code base which is largely written in C. These guys are currently introducing new products into their portfolio, and you’ll be responsible for developing the audio software for the current and future products, alongside the strategy group and acoustic engineers.
What you get in return
In return, you’ll be working on technology which will make a visible difference in the real world. You’ll be working with some true leaders of industry in your respective teams, and as such will receive some excellent one on one mentoring, with a tailored career plan to climb the ladder. You’ll be in a modern workspace, with an on-site cafeteria which offers free lunch and breakfast to all staff every day. You’ll also receive private medical & dental care, life assurance, free parking, regular social events, flexible working, company pension, half days on a Friday, 25 days annual leave and a salary of up to £55,000.
As always, it’s important to make sure you’ve worked with the right tech, so have a review of their technical requirements below:
- at least 3 years’ experience of writing Audio DSP software in a commercial environment
- relevant technical degree covering digital signal processing
- developing DSP software written in assembly language or C
- knowledge of fixed- and floating-point audio processing
- simulating audio processing algorithms using Matlab or Python
- a genuine interest in audio
- team worker - working in a cross functional development environment
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