IC Resources Ltd

Senior Research Engineer

Location
Cambridge
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
10 Jan 2019
Closes
07 Feb 2019
Ref
JO-1901-136517
Contact
Chris Wyatt
Job Function
Research & Development
Specialist Area
Software
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

This Senior Research Engineer vacancy is perfectly located; a 2-mile walk from the city centre of Cambridge, UK. My client is the leader in their field of audio and as a Senior Research Engineer your responsibilities would be conducting key algorithmic research alongside the original patent holders of the tech, working on current and future projects. The work you do could end up in a range of commercial and consumer devices, from automotive to digital home assistants.


Eligible Senior Research Engineer's must have at least 3+ years' research experience, whether that's working on audio signal processing or speech processing. The successful Senior Research Engineer will likely have;


1. PhD from a University renowned for audio research

2. Research done in any of the following; MATLAB, C, C++, Python

3. Relevant publications and patents


If this sounds like you and you're keen to find out more then please apply and contact Christopher Wyatt, Senior Consultant at IC Resources. Even if you are unsure that you fulfil all of the criteria, feel free to still apply and highlight this as there may be similar roles we can recommend.


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