You will join a stimulating, fast-paced environment to contribute in the development of the next generation of wearable spatial computing devices. The role involves optimizing the performance and manufacturability of electro-acoustic transducers by integrating mechanical, acoustical, and psychoacoustic principles.
Acoustic software and manufacturing test bring-up, build validation, debugging and support.
Interface with manufacturing and QA organizations to ensure successful prototype and builds.
Liaison with acoustic technology suppliers or contractors (some international travel may be required).
Create clear and thorough documentation for internal and cross-functional reference.
Track milestones to ensure performance targets are met at each design gate.
Collaborate effectively and proactively within a team responsible for the design and deployment of a complex audio subsystem under strict schedule and architectural constraints.
Extensive experience (minimum 3 years) in acoustic design/engineering and transducer characterization.
Solid experience with acoustic testing and measurement equipment such as Soundcheck, Audio Precision, Head Acoustics ACQUA, Bruel & Kjaer HATS.
Solid experience with software scripting tools/languages (Batch, Python, Matlab, etc.).
Solid working knowledge of audio, acoustics, and psychoacoustics.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Familiarity with audio signal processing, audio effects/enhancement, virtual/augmented reality.
Experience with hardware and software, wired and wireless, digital audio interfaces and related functions in mobile and/or wearable consumer devices
Experience with Android/Linux; Github/Gerrit, Perforce.
Experience with interactive audio software frameworks such as Unity, Max/MSP, AudioMulch, Audio Weaver or similar.
Experience with digital audio workstations and sound design/editing software tools.
Experience with team and project coordination, including Agile methodology, task scheduling, requirement and milestone tracking
Experience with authoring, editing and presenting technical documents
Experience with technical publication and patent application/prosecution.
Bachelor's degree in a relevant field (Mechanical, Physics, Acoustics) or equivalent experience required. MSc/MA or PhD preferred.
All your information will be kept confidential according to Equal Employment Opportunities guidelines.