Midas looking to double R+D team

The prominent live console manufacturer is seeking to recruit more than 20 hardware, software, DSP and FPGA design engineers for positions in Kidderminster and Manchester, UK.
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The prominent live console manufacturer is seeking to recruit more than 20 hardware, software, DSP and FPGA design engineers for positions in Kidderminster and Manchester, UK.

The prominent live console manufacturer is seeking to recruit more than 20 hardware, software, DSP and FPGA design engineers for positions in Kidderminster and Manchester, UK. The announcement comes just six months after the acquisition of Midas Klark Teknik by the Music Group.

The proposed doubling of Midas’s current engineering team is in line with the Music Group’s stated intention to invest substantially in product development.

“I am incredibly excited about the way that we can now develop the company, thanks to the Music Group,” says John Oakley (pictured), managing director of Midas Klark Teknik. “We have already released a host of new products this year and the pace is about to increase. I want to hear from any R&D staff who would like to join us on our journey, particularly if they have experience of digital audio mixer design. We have vacancies for all types of skill and all levels of experience.”

Speaking to PSN-e, Oakley says that he hopes the expanded team will be in place “as soon as possible. We have projects waiting to start right now.” The key R&D priority will then be “accelerating development of Midas digital consoles”.

Interested parties should send CVs to: jobs.uk@midasklarkteknik.com

www.midasconsoles.com

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