Prism Sound is a world leader in high-quality professional audio technology. Our converters and signal processors are prized in the world’s top recording, mastering, broadcast and film studios. Our SADiE digital audio workstations are the finest in the industry. Our audio test equipment is used in the R&D labs and on the production lines of the best-known audio brands. Our logging recorders are used by law enforcement agencies and in parliaments and assemblies the world over.
Experienced electronic design engineers
We are seeking electronics engineers qualified to degree level or above, with an impressive 5Y+ track record in analogue, digital, and power design, preferably in professional or consumer audio, ideally with a working knowledge of firmware and studio practice.
Software / firmware developers
We are looking for software developers to work on a range of digital audio projects, programming primarily in C++ and C#, for Windows, Mac OS X and bare-metal embedded platforms. Whilst a knowledge of hardware-intimate and real-time programming, device drivers, Linux/Yocto, Java/script and DSP would be an advantage, none of these is essential – but a huge enthusiasm for audio is!
Renaissance R&D people
Can you get audio projects done? We need versatile people who can chip in with audio hardware and firmware design, test/QA, schematic capture and layout, ideally some mechanical and production engineering – above all guys with a can-do attitude.
Would suit a recent electronics graduate with significant audio/music hobby experience, or a seasoned R&D contributor with 3Y+ of achievements in a professional or consumer audio company.
Would you like to join our development team in Cambridge, UK, designing digital audio equipment to the highest standards of quality and performance? If you think you’ve got what it takes we’d like to hear from you. In return, we offer:
- Ground-breaking, award-winning, state-of-the-art technology
- A chance to work alongside the best in the business
- A small, close-knit team with a common purpose
- Autonomy and creative freedom, a chance to shine
- Flexible working arrangements
- A good salary and a rich opportunity for personal growth
Audio electronics assembly and test technician
We are looking for a highly-motivated person to join our production team. The job involves final assembly and test of our precision audio units, including light mechanical assembly, test, calibration and some wiring and board-repair; no volume PCB assembly is required.
Applicants must have solid relevant experience, be reliable and enthusiastic, and must enjoy working in a small, dedicated team
Please send your details to Charlie Mellul, Production Manager:
Audio Squadron Ltd.
Unit 1A, Grovemere House,
Lancaster Way Business Park,
CB6 3NW, UK