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London 109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership Aviation Noise Specialist - Technical Director
Reference #: 19278_1564588080
Location: London
Salary: £45000 - £65000 per annum
Type: Permanent
Posted On: 31/07/2019

Due to continuing success in the major infrastructure sector, my client is seeking an enthusiastic Aviation Noise Specialist to join their large, and growing, nationwide environment team.

My client, a leading multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy, has been involved with projects in the aviation sector for many years both in the UK and internationally. The role would be suited to a candidate who is interested in supporting the future development of new projects in the aviation sector and delivery of technical work associated with these projects.

The role

As a technical specialist you will be managing noise and vibration input on medium to large sized internal and external projects, authoring and checking assessments and providing expertise on international aviation project work. Whilst the role will be aviation focussed, the candidate would be expected to contribute to technical management of projects in other key areas of our business including power, rail, and road projects. You will also be contributing towards the continued growth and development of the team, involvement in identifying business opportunities and providing client contact.

You will be joining a global leader in the delivery of project, engineering and technical services to energy and industrial markets. Operating in over 60 countries and with revenues of over $10 billion, my client provides performance-driven solutions across a broad range of industrial markets, including environment and infrastructure, clean energy, mining, oil & gas, power & process, nuclear, and general industrial sectors.

Qualifications and experience:

  • Qualified to degree level (or equivalent) in acoustics or a related discipline;
  • Relevant consultancy experience post qualification;
  • Corporate member of the Institute of Acoustics;
  • Experience in other sectors of infrastructure including road, rail or energy projects;
  • Good understanding of relevant UK noise policy and regulations, and experience of their application;
  • Use of Geographical Information Systems to improve the quality and efficiency of noise and vibration assessments;
  • Using innovation to improve working practices;
  • Full driving licence;
  • Chartered engineer or equivalent status.

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