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Environmental Acoustics Scientist - Manchester


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Salary band: £20k - £25k
Location: Lancashire
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Anonymous
Category: Environmental Jobs
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A leading multidisciplinary consultancy that provides an extensive set of services and support to a wide range of clients is looking to recruit an Environmental Acoustics Scientist to work from their offices in Lancashire.

You will be joining the noise and air quality team, and be working various types of projects across a number of business sectors. You need to have a BSc or MSc in Environmental Sciences or similar subject, a minimum of 2 to 3 years working experience in Acoustics, and a driving license and access to a car.

Duties for this role will include; using noise modelling software, writing technical reports, undertaking noise monitoring assessments, liaising with clients, other team members and industry professionals.

You need to have high numerical skills and be able to communicate effectively to a range of different people. Good organisational skills and the ability to work to tight deadlines are also essential to carry out the duties of this role effectively.

If successful you will have the opportunity to further your career prospects with a supportive management in place to guide and develop your skills and knowledge. A competitive salary that is line with your suitability for the role is on offer, coupled with an attractive benefits package that is flexible to meet your needs as an employee.

KEY WORDS Acoustics, Acoustic consultant, Noise, Sound, Vibration, CADNA-A, Noise monitoring, Noise modelling, IOA, sound reduction index testing, amioa, mioa, ppg24, BB93, ppg24, end 2002/49/ce, bs4142, ISO 17025 North West, Lancashire.

For more information or for further vacancies within the Acoustics or Air Quality sector please contact Amir Gharaati of Penguin Recruitment directly on (Apply online only). Alternatively you can email your CV in word format and we'll call you back. Emails to
A leading multidisciplinary consultancy that provides an extensive set of services and support to a wide range of clients is looking to recruit an Environmental Acoustics Scientist to work from their offices in Lancashire.

You will be joining the noise and air quality team, and be working various types of projects across a number of business sectors. You need to have a BSc or MSc in Environmental Sciences or similar subject, a minimum of 2 to 3 years working experience in Acoustics, and a driving license and access to a car.

Duties for this role will include; using noise modelling software, writing technical reports, undertaking noise monitoring assessments, liaising with clients, other team members and industry professionals.

You need to have high numerical skills and be able to communicate effectively to a range of different people. Good organisational skills and the ability to work to tight deadlines are also essential to carry out the duties of this role effectively.

If successful you will have the opportunity to further your career prospects with a supportive management in place to guide and develop your skills and knowledge. A competitive salary that is line with your suitability for the role is on offer, coupled with an attractive benefits package that is flexible to meet your needs as an employee.

KEY WORDS Acoustics, Acoustic consultant, Noise, Sound, Vibration, CADNA-A, Noise monitoring, Noise modelling, IOA, sound reduction index testing, amioa, mioa, ppg24, BB93, ppg24, end 2002/49/ce, bs4142, ISO 17025 North West, Lancashire.

For more information or for further vacancies within the Acoustics or Air Quality sector please contact Amir Gharaati of Penguin Recruitment directly on (Apply online only). Alternatively you can email your CV in word format and we'll call you back. Emails to

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