LONDON Intelligent sensor developer, DeepStream Technologies, aims to hire 30 new engineers, technicians, project managers and related specialists this year.
Deepstream (Bangor, Wales) will be looking for electronics, mechanical and software engineers and also be recruiting line technicians, automation engineers, and project managers with engineering backgrounds, to help deliver global design and manufacture projects for the building automation, industrial control and energy management product sectors.
It is also looking for personnel with business development and account management skills to manage its original equipment manufacturer (OEM) clients.
DeepStream currently employs 72 staff and recently restructured the organisation to create two distinct business units – DeepStream Solutions and DeepStream Components – appointing Martin Roberts as VP Design & Development to head up Solutions, and Paul Yates as VP Operations to lead Components. Jonathan Luke was appointed chief technology officer in the reorganisation.
Mark Crosier, chief executive officer, DeepStream Technologies, said: “We achieved excellent growth in 2007 and we plan to build on that in 2008. To do this we need to rapidly expand our team to ensure we have the right skills to fulfill our ambitions as a company.”
Founded in 2004 and backed by investment from 3i and Doughty Hanson, DeepStream Technologies hired its 40th employee in September 2005 and has nearly doubled in size during the past two years.