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At Linn, everyone makes a difference, so we’re committed to finding the best talent around.

We’ve found that once people join Linn, they tend to stick around. That’s why we’re passionate about developing our staff, and offering opportunities for everyone to learn and grow.

We offer rewarding careers in a variety of disciplines. If you’re interested about finding an exciting career with a successful and forward-thinking company, then get in touch.

As well as a competitive salary and opportunities for career progression we also offer some fantastic benefits such as:

  • Onsite gym and exercise classes
  • Healthy Living awarded canteen
  • Cycle to Work scheme
  • Company pension
  • Life Assurance
  • Generous staff discount
  • 32 days annual holidays
  • Holiday purchase scheme
  • Flexible Working

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Life at Linn

Software Engineer

We’re looking for an innovative, motivated Software Engineer to join the team responsible for our streaming platform. This is a full time role based in our office on the outskirts of Glasgow (albeit we're currently working from home).

If you joined our team, you would be working with a group of engineers who develop and maintain all the code used on our DS (Digital Streamer) range. This ranges from kernel configuration and device drivers to network protocols (HTTP, UPnP, many others), to audio pipeline, to on-board UI.

While we write and maintain much of our own code, we know we can't do it all. We also integrate a number of third party libraries, from kernel to security and codecs. As well as consuming open source libraries, we open much of our code.

The vast majority of work is in C++, with C used to interface with third party libraries and hardware. This role will initially be focused on linux kernel but there is scope to evolve the role to suit the right candidate.

Skills and Requirements:

  • Linux Kernel driver development
  • Developing for real-time, embedded software applications
  • Multi-threading and concurrency
  • Cross-platform development experience
  • U-boot


Desirable

  • Experience in working with audio streaming
  • Interest in music
  • C++ experience including C++11 (and later) and STL
  • OO design and software architecture skills
  • Experience integrating third party libraries (e.g. libressl, Bonjour/zeroconf, codecs)
  • Working knowledge of python
  • Build systems and automated testing
  • Agile development methodologies


If you’d like to apply for this role please send your CV along with a covering letter to recruitment@linn.co.uk

Manufacturing Engineering CNC Programmer

Due to continued success we are looking to grow our Manufacturing Engineering team with the addition of a CNC Machine Programmer.
The Manufacturing Engineering team play a key role in the effective and efficient running of the manufacturing processes within Linn, and with the planning and development of new products and processes. Each member of the team brings a broad range of skills, as well as required specialist focus, and the CNC Machine Programmer should have exceptional general manufacturing engineering knowledge as well as machine programming expertise.

Essential Skills and Experience::

  • CNC Programming of 3 and 5-Axis Milling Machines - Strong experience of milling machine programming, ideally familiar with Heidenhain and Fanuc control systems, as well as FeatureCAM programming software, however equivalent experience also considered. Key knowledge of aluminium machining, including suitable parameters and tooling very important, as well as knowledge of other materials and general best practices in milling.


Key Accountabilities:

  • Develop and Support the Methods of Manufacture and Assembly - Plan the production routes of manufactured and / or assembled parts, considering each process step in relation to equipment and skills available or required. Source / assign fixtures, tooling, handling equipment, inspection procedures and anything else required to create robust manufacturing routes. Develop the work instructions for each operation to include appropriate information such as stage drawings and diagrams, set-up instructions and inspection procedures.
  • Carry out Shop Floor Production Engineering - Work with the production team to solve problems, gathering and analysing data and searching for the root cause, then ensuring that corrective actions are put in place. Liaise with procurement and internal supply chain about any condition of supply issues.
  • Focus on Quality, Method Improvement and Lean Manufacturing - Conduct failure analysis / root cause analysis activity to understand why things have gone wrong and then implement preventative and corrective actions and monitor to ensure success. Use data and strive to reduce variation so that manufacturing and assembly operations are predictable and controlled. Implement mistake proofing measures wherever possible. Continually drive cost reduction and lead time reduction activities through removal of waste whilst improving the processes to enable right first-time increase.
  • New Product and New Technology Introduction - Play a key role in the NPI process, working with the Design teams to develop products that are designed with ease of manufacturing and assembly in mind. Work with the Purchasing team to assess the capability of potential suppliers. Support prototype builds. Look outside of the company for opportunities that new technology could bring.


This will be a varied role, requiring flexibility, drive, determination and self-motivation as well as excellent analytical and organisational skills. If you’d like to apply for this role please send your CV along with a covering letter to recruitment@linn.co.uk

Electronics Engineer

Linn Products Ltd is a world leader in high performance audio design. Our product range spans the entire audio chain and we take pride in developing unique engineering solutions that push the boundaries of domestic audio reproduction.

We are growing our Electronics team and are seeking an innovative, motivated Electronics Engineer to help define and develop our next generation of world class audio products. This is a full-time position in our office on the outskirts of Glasgow (albeit we're currently working from home where possible).

You will ideally have commercial experience that demonstrates a flair for innovative design and creative problem solving.

Your responsibilities will include:

  • Researching and developing new technology platforms
  • Designing electronics hardware solutions for our extensive product range
  • Collaborating closely with other disciplines, including Software, Mechanical Design, and Acoustics
  • Providing technical leadership, ideally owning the technology roadmap for a particular area


You should be confident in both analog and digital design, specifically:

  • Low-noise, low-distortion analog circuit design
  • A-D and D-A conversion techniques
  • FPGA system design (VHDL/Verilog)


Ideally you will also have good working knowledge of some of the following:

  • DSP techniques and algorithms
  • Linear and Class-D power amplifiers
  • Design for EMC and safety compliance
  • PCB layout


If you would like to apply for this role please send your CV along with a covering letter to recruitment@linn.co.uk

Interested?

We're always interested in hearing from enthusiastic and talented people. If you relish a challenge and are committed to pursuing a career in Scotland, then we want to hear from you.

Please email recruitment@linn.co.uk or write to:

The Recruitment Team
Linn Products Limited
Glasgow Road
Waterfoot
Glasgow
Scotland
G76 0EQ