SEAS is a world-renowned producer of high-end loudspeaker drivers and sound solutions for meeting rooms and videoconferencing. We have developed and produced loudspeakers for the worldwide market for more than 60 years, and have established a very strong brand image and a large customer portfolio.
SEAS R&D Engineer
The R&D department at SEAS is now looking for a new colleague with a strong interest in quality sound reproduction. We are searching for a candidate that will help to expand our knowledge, and contribute to new and exciting products within the growing loudspeaker market for meeting rooms and videoconferencing.
We are a small and dynamic organisation with good interdisciplinary collaboration. The R&D department has 4 co-workers, and is responsible for product development and technical support to production, sub-suppliers, and customers.
Manage loudspeaker driver and system projects from idea to final product; including design simulations, construction, and production improvement.
Hand-over and follow-up on products through final production.
Provide technical support for other departments within SEAS.
Build external relationships with customers and suppliers.
Build internal relationships with marketing and purchasing departments.
Higher education within the areas of mechanics, vibration, industrial design, acoustics, and other relevant areas.
Talent for problem solving in a practical manner.
Ability to multi-task, simultaneously working with several partners on multiple, independent projects.
Experience with 3D-CAD, e.g. Autodesk Inventor or Solidworks.
Interest in, and some knowledge of, acoustics, measurement techniques, sound quality, mechanics, dynamics, magnets, glue, plastic, composites, metals, technical drawing, design, and 3D-modeling.
Varied and educational tasks in an interdisciplinary field.
Good partners and colleagues.
International network of customers and suppliers.
Possibilities for professional development.
Questions regarding the position can be addressed to R&D Manager Håvard Sollien on e-mail
, or phone +47 9400 2801.
Interested individuals should apply online at (link no longer available) .
Please include written application and CV.