Bose job listing could result in Google Play Music rival

The subscription music streaming space is about to become even more crowded. It appears that audio equipment-maker Bose may be headed into the space that's dominated at this time by Google Play Music, Spotify, Pandora, and Apple's Beats Music with its own streaming service as the company is now looking to hire an engineer to help make that happen.

The online posting on ZipRecruiter was originally spotted by Hypebot, with Bose looking to hire a a full-time candidate to join its Algorithms & Cloud Experiences group.

Bose says of the position:

We are seeking an expert Experience Designer to lead design and prototyping of our next generation streaming music platform and ecosystem of products.

The ideal candidate, according to the company's search, would come from, or have worked at, one of the following music services that Bose is looking to take on should it ultimately decide to enter the streaming space:

Pandora, Spotify, Apple, Google Play, Songza, Hype Machine, Beats Music, SiriusXM, TuneIn, Amazon, Rhapsody, 8tracks, iHeartRadio, rdio, murfie,, Concert, Vault, Batanga, Stitcher, Slacker,, Hearts of Space, 7digital, CalmRadio, MLB, SHUFFLER.FM,

Source: ZipRecruiter; Via: Hypebot