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4 months ago
Penguin Recruitment
Salary band: £30k - £40k
Location: London
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Penguin Recruitment
Category: Environmental Jobs
We are looking to recruit an experienced environmental acoustic specialist to work for world leading multidisciplinary to be based in London.

You must have a BSc or MSc in acoustics or related field, have extensive working experience of acoustics at a senior level and have an excellent track record in achieving sales targets. You will also need to have membership of the Institute of Acoustics and possess a driving licence.

Duties of this role are-

* Providing technical expertise whilst liaising with clients.
* Managing business development plans.
* Mentoring and managing junior staff.
* Project management.
* Preparing and managing tenders and budgets.

We are seeking an individual who has an in depth knowledge of legislation and guidelines surrounding noise and planning. You need to have a good understanding of Environmental Impact Assessment processes and have a desire to further your career within the environmental acoustics market via increasing the company profile and spreading your technical expertise to junior members of your team.

Once selected you will be working on a variety of prestigious and high profile projects across the UK, you will be joining a highly technically aware team and will be given the opportunity to develop your skills and knowledge for your career.

On offer is competitive salary and a wide range of company benefits.

Interested in this or other roles in Acoustics please do not hesitate to contact Amir Gharaati on ************************************** or call ************* We have many more vacancies available on our website. Please refer to [URL removed] This is a permanent role. Penguin Recruitment is operating as a Recruitment Agency in respect to this position

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