Acoustic Engineer- Getting your career started
As we head well into autumn, most entry level positions in acoustics will have come to a close. Unfortunately, for those of you who perhaps took time off to enjoy some free time after graduation it means opportunities are thin on the ground. However, our client is opening up its doors to another team member and is interested in bringing on board someone at a junior level that they can train and develop through the business.
Our client is looking to offer their new consultant plenty of training through one-on-one coaching and shadowing of a senior consultant. You will be shown the tools necessary to become a fully independent consultant and will have the provisions needed to tackle whatever projects may come your way.
If you have a MSc in Acoustics or a Physics related degree and are keen on learning what it takes to become a true acoustician then this would be the perfect company for you to grow. Ideally being a member of the IOA would be useful.
You must have a fully qualified driving license.
If you wish to find out more then contact Thomas Holliss on:
0207 940 2105
Or by sending your CV as an MS WORD document via email to:
If this position isn't quite what you are looking for then please do get in touch as I work across the entirety of the UK in both Air Quality & Acoustics and have a wide variety of positions currently available.
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