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Salary: £40 - 55K + benefits
Preferably MSc/BSc in Acoustics/ Noise and Vibration
Full driving license
Principal/Associate consultancy experience in the field of Environmental Acoustics and ideally building acoustics
Technically competent and IT proficient
Good communication and client liaison skills
Extensive and detailed understanding of Environmental Acoustics.
A proven track record in effective project, people and financial management
Ability to use and instruct others in the use of sound and vibration meters
Highly organised and IT literate
Proven track record of business development
Training and organization of junior consultants,
Managing current and future assessment projects,
Overseeing and contributing to the planning and execution of acoustics, noise and vibration projects
Managing project teams to ensure production of deliverables to agreed timelines, financial forecasting and control of projects to ensure that they remain within budget
Writing high quality reports
Presentation of expert evidence at Public Inquiries on behalf of both developers and objectors.
Resolving complex acoustical engineering issues assuring compliance with statutory bodies
Typical project areas include Mineral Extraction, Waste management, land filling, open cast mining, wind farms, energy from waste facilities, residential developments, road, rail and air.
Highly competitive salary
Friendly and flexible work environment
Continuing professional development
KEY WORDS Acoustics, Acoustic consultant, Noise, Sound, Vibration, CADNA-A, Noise monitoring, Noise modeling, IOA, sound reduction index testing, amioa, mioa, ppg24, BB93, ppg24, end 2002/49/ce, bs4142, ISO 17025
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This is a permanent role.
Penguin Recruitment is operating as a Recruitment Agency in respect to this position.