Wood is currently recruiting for two Noise and Vibration Consultants, one at both Senior and Principal grade, to work in our London office. The successful candidates will work alongside our technical specialists in the Environment & Infrastructure team, based in London and across the UK.
Our Noise & Vibration team has over the last 15 years become one of the UK's leading acoustic consultancies working on nationally significant Infrastructure projects in the aviation, construction, clean energy, military and rail sectors. Key clients include organisations such as Heathrow, High Speed 2, the MOD, and EFD Energy Renewables.
You will be responsible for delivering the technical aspects of a variety of noise and vibration assessments, the management of internal and external client relationships and the preparation of proposals and bids appropriate to your grade.
The workload is diverse and much of your work will be to support the planning process for major Infrastructure schemes.
The work undertaken by the team is extremely varied and therefore candidates with either a range of skills and experience, or particular specialisms will be considered. Experience of the following is desirable:
Posting Date: 17/10/2017
Closing Date: 24/11/2017
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