Avid posts job opening for Sibelius developer


"Find Job" button with a magnifying glass on a keyboard.Avid is accepting applications from qualified candidates for a full-time Sibelius developer to work at its Daly City, California location.

Details, as provided by Avid, are provided in full below.

Req ID: 8016BR
Market Title: Sibelius Software Engineer
Job Category: Engineering
Full or Part Time: Full Time
City, State: Daly City, California

Job Description (Role Profile):

Through Avid Everywhere, Avid delivers the industry’s most open, innovative and comprehensive media platform connecting content creation with collaboration, asset protection, distribution and consumption for the most listened to, most watched and most loved media in the world-from the most prestigious and award-winning feature films, music recordings, and television shows, to live concerts and news broadcasts. Industry leading solutions include Pro Tools, Media Composer, ISIS, Interplay, and Sibelius. Our digital audio and video solutions continue to revolutionize the art of creative storytelling, and have earned us hundreds of awards, including two Oscar statuettes, a Grammy, and 14 Emmys.

Avid is looking to hire a C++ developer to work on Sibelius, the world’s most popular music notation software, to join the team creating the next generation of music notation applications and solutions. The candidate should have a strong technical background with knowledge of music notation. Technical knowledge should include the following:

  • C++ object oriented programming experience
  • Experience with client and server side web development
  • Musical experience reading/writing music notation
  • One (or more) of Mac, Windows, iOS experience
  • Android experience is a plus
  • MIDI and or Audio programming is a plus

To apply, visit: www.avid.com/careers


  1. Derek Williams

    That’s great to hear they’re hiring new developers. It’s close to impossible to follow the reasoning process driving this company that sacked a rock solid, award winning development team who had years of experience, and then set about finding a handful of new people who have never worked with the code before.

    Go figure.

    In the meantime, one can only hope that with its diaspora of seasoned talent ongoing, that Avid itself doesn’t go down the gurgler.

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