Principal Acoustics Consultant

Job description

Our client's established Acoustics and Vibration Team has achieved ongoing commercial and geographical expansion, with a healthy forward workload and recent hires expanding the teams’ presence into locations throughout the UK. With a strong pipeline of potential projects, the team is looking to continue this growth through the appointment of a Principal level Acoustician, who has a background the includes wind farms, construction, built environment and power sector. This is an opportunity to join a highly successful international multi-disciplinary consultancy, where you can fully utilise use your commercial consultancy and business development experience, to complement and add to this breadth of expertise.

The role

Working on a range of environmental and buildings acoustics projects, across a range of sectors including built environment, education, mining & quarrying, waste and power, you will provide legislative and development planning advice to a wide range of clients. This will involve:

  • Managing Environmental and/or Building Acoustics projects and advising clients on developments such as mixed use and residential masterplans, quarries, infrastructure and energy.
  • Preparation of fee proposals, report writing and technical review work.
  • Liaising with technical staff and project managers based in other UK offices.
  • Seeking new opportunities through business development and networking to expand Acoustic capabilities across the UK, as well as cross-selling other services.
  • Travel and surveys may be required outside of working hours.

As well as playing a key role in the delivery of existing projects, you will have the opportunity to expand, diversify and grow our portfolio of projects and clients and make a real contribution to the Acoustics team - and to help shape the continued growth of the team.

About you

With proven Environmental and/or Building Acoustics Consultancy experience, including project management and reporting, you'll also have demonstrable tendering and business development capabilities, including contributing to commercial growth activities.

  • Experienced in use of noise and vibration monitoring equipment
  • Experienced in use of Cadna/A software
  • AMioA or MioA membership and a relevant degree level qualification
  • Knowledge of BS8233 BS4142, BS5228, RIBA, BREEAM
  • Experienced in attending and participating in client meetings
  • Drivers licence valid in the UK.

Along with competitive salaries, our staff enjoy a comprehensive benefits package including a company pension and healthcare offering, travel and life insurance, critical illness cover and a structured career framework with regular reviews offering outstanding opportunities for progression. Alongside 25 day’s annual leave, our client offers agile working which allows staff to tailor hours worked around core hours, and our family friendly policies help balance the needs of professional and family life.

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