I'm Alan Kaye, currently from Alabama. I have a Saffire Pro 24, and the story of why and when I got it is rather interesting. I have been a fan of Firewire throughput for some time, for stability in higher standard audio recording and video, so I have always used a Firewire box. When I got my first one, it was only between Firewire 400 or maybe 800 and USB 2.0. It was for home recording.
We're looking for a diligent and curious QA engineer to help us create robust, high quality products that are as easy to use as they are powerful. You'll have a large degree of input right from the beginning of our product development process, and although you'll be supported by the senior QA team, you'll have your own significant areas of responsibility. You will test hardware and software products by following test procedures, and you'll define your own tests too. You'll also organise user experience testing and beta testing.
We're looking for an outstanding software developer to join our software team. You'll work with us to specify, design and build new products. You'll evaluate new technologies, adopt and refine new working practices; and most importantly write lucid, high performance, maintainable code which will form the backbone of new product ranges.
You'll also help us maintain our portfolio, from iOS apps to the desktop (via DSP algorithms, VST plugins and web applications) - but don't worry, we don't expect you to be an expert in all of them!
Main purpose of job:
The service administrator will be responsible for the efficiency and execution of the administrative tasks within the service department. Ensuring that all worldwide distributor enquiries are dealt with to KPI’s, spare parts orders fulfilled and incoming / outgoing service units are fully tested.
a) Responsible to: Service and Support Manager
b) Responsible for: Incoming and Outgoing service units