Join the world’s oldest start-up and turn up the volume on your career
At GN, we make life sound better, and through our Jabra brand, we are leading major technology shifts with intelligent audio solutions.
From either Ballerup or Aalborg – or even another European location – you are joining 50 highly skilled and dedicated colleagues in our fairly new Audio DSP department. We are further split into agile teams, each with max 9 developers, 1 scrum master and 1 product owner. We work with various aspects of the audio platform, including algorithms, implementation and software development.
What your colleagues say about working at Jabra:
”Working at Jabra means working with innovative technologies and products that you actually see people using in everyday life – if that isn´t motivation, I don’t know what is,” says Manager Kristian Timm Andersen.
“We have a great balance between focusing on team results and always looking to develop each individual, so that we keep learning and absorbing knowledge,” Kristian continues.
What will you be doing?
Representing our well-known high-quality sound experiences, you will be writing code for an Audio DSP platform used in Jabra headsets, earbuds, and speakerphones.
You will be part of a team consisting of Audio DSP engineers, where you will take on an active role in solving the team’s different tasks – all with the aim to keep creating better and better products for our customers.
If you join us, you can expect to spend your days:
Sound good so far? Here’s what you’ll need to succeed:
A relevant degree
E.g. within electrical engineering, computer science, acoustical engineering or similar.
A curious mindset
Working with advanced products and audio innovation, we are always looking for new and fresh input – for that to happen, we need to stay curious and question the status quo, when it makes sense.
A keen interest in and perhaps experience with relevant technologies and methods
You don´t need to be an expert at all – but a motivation for learning new technologies and methods will get you a long way. Among others, we work with DSP, DSP architecture, embedded development, interfaces like I2S/TDM and C/C++ as well as SW development tools like VS Code, Git and code review tools.
Team player spirit
While there are plenty of opportunities for each of our team members to develop their own personal skill set, we are first and foremost a team – who performs, succeeds and fails as a team.
Additional bonus skills
If you also happen to know a little bit about the Qualcomm QCC5100 series, embedded DSP chipsets and possibly also HIFI3 DSP – you will get an extra star in our book.
Fluent written and spoken English skills
As an international organization with colleagues in over 50 different countries, our official company language is English. It’s essential that you can communicate effortlessly with your colleagues, no matter where they are.
The Jabra culture
The Jabra culture is upbeat and positive. We greet every day with energy and enthusiasm, bringing our best selves and approaching problem-solving and challenges with a ‘glass half full’ attitude. We’re independent, but we also know when two heads are better than one. Our leaders are supportive, our teams are tight-knit, and we believe in the power of collaboration across every level of our organization.
Think you’ve got what it takes? Apply now.
To apply, use the ‘APPLY’ link no later than July 5th, 2022. Applications are assessed on a continuous basis, so don’t wait to send yours.
If you would like to know more about the position, please contact Manager Kristian Timm Andersen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Good luck with your application. We’re really looking forward to hearing from you.
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