The team at one of Cambridge’s latest and most exciting startups is looking for people to help it revolutionise the audio world.
“We’ve got the technology, we’ve got the funding, we have the potential customers all over the world keen to talk to us - now we need the engineers”, said Dave Betts, Chief Scientific Officer at AudioTelligence.
Dave is one of the creators of the company’s patented technology and he knows how important hiring a really talented team of software developers and scientists will be to the growth and development of the company.
“This is a fantastic opportunity for experienced engineers with good software skills and a signal processing background to be one of the initial team members here. People joining us at this stage of the company’s development will be able to make a real mark and help us to shape the development environment and general culture of the company,” he continued. “We want to be innovative and creative, and while we are all focussed on working hard to make AudioTelligence a huge success, we definitely plan to have some fun along the way.”
With more than £3m of investment now secured, an experienced management team, and patents waiting to be turned into products, AudioTelligence is ready to start its journey. The company offers its people a rare combination; the opportunity to be in on the ground floor of an exciting startup, and at the same time to join a well-funded and well-managed organisation. Located in modern offices in the Hauser Forum on Cambridge University’s West Cambridge site AudioTelligence is also close to bus routes and cycle paths, and just a short walk from the Madingley Road park and ride. The facilities on site include a well stocked cafe for lunch and breakfast.
The company posts its open positions on the career pages of its website at www.audiotelligence.com but also welcomes speculative applications from well qualified software developers and scientists. Sue Handley Jones, Chief People Officer at AudioTelligence says,