QSC, LLC – Engineer II, Acoustic, Audio Engineering Society- Costa Mesa, CA


QSC thrives where innovative technology and compelling audio-visual experiences intersect. For over 50 years, QSC has pioneered the technology and solutions that enable immersive cinema, live performance audio, themed entertainment, digital collaboration and meeting experiences for our customers and partners around the world. A globally recognized innovator in the design, engineering, and manufacture of category leading high-performance loudspeakers, digital mixers, power amplifiers, audio processors, digital cinema solutions, and the Q-SYS™ software-based audio, video and control Ecosystem.
By joining the QSC team, you will be in a challenging, collaborative, fun, and innovative environment. We encourage employees to take ownership, to color outside the lines, and to imagine possibilities. Our culture is casual but dynamic, with cross-functional teams collaborating on creating memorable audio-visual experiences that deliver joy to people, wherever they are. At QSC, fun and hard work go hand in hand. Join us and make a difference in the way people experience movies, meetings, presentations, live performances, and much more.


•Engage in research and development activities related to the design of professional loudspeaker products which may include systems and/or components analysis, simulation and development.
•Participate in cross-functional product development teams providing input into product definitions and designs for loudspeakers and associated system hardware.
•Develop and conduct analysis or simulation of audio and acoustic components or systems.
•Create custom software tools and/or programs where necessary.
•Evaluate prototype components and systems using specialized acoustic measurement equipment and test rigs.
•Write technical reports related to acoustic components and systems test and qualification.
•Identify concerns, make design changes recommendation to product team.
•Participate in new acoustical technology research and development.


•Master’s degree in Acoustics, Electrical Engineering, or related Engineering field (or foreign equivalent).
•Requires education, training, knowledge, or experience in each of the following skills:◦Finite Element Modeling including transient non-linear response analysis, meshing and validation of models using major multiphysics solvers, such as COMSOL or LS-DYNA;
◦Computer Aided Design (CAD) packages including Solidworks;
◦Scientific programming using Matlab;
◦Measurement techniques and data acquisition using systems including Labview;
◦Frequency domain analysis, including Fourier transforms, Bode plots and sampling theory including Fourier Transforms and sampling theory;
◦Mechanical aptitude in machining and woodworking.
◦Requires 5% international travel