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Graduate Acoustics Engineer

Job Type

Clayton VIC

Full Time

About the Role

This is an exciting opportunity for a graduate acoustics engineer to work alongside a young and dynamic team of like-minded professionals commencing in 2024. This role is responsible for preparing advice, solutions and deliverables to satisfy client and project acoustic and vibration engineering requirements. Previous experience or study in acoustics and/or vibration will be highly valued but is not a requirement as training will be provided. The role is based in our Melbourne head office, however, opportunities exist for transfer to another DDEG office once trained.

Responsibilities include:

  • Liaising with clients and project design teams to ascertain project input information and develop acoustic engineering solutions/advice.

  • Conducting acoustic engineering calculations and modelling.

  • Installing and decommissioning noise monitoring equipment.

  • Conducting sound and vibration measurements.

  • Preparing written acoustic engineering advice, reports and other project deliverables.

  • Providing project support to other Acoustic Engineering team members.

  • Contributing to the ongoing improvement of calculation tools and company systems.

  • Attending design meetings, site visits, and client entertainment functions.

  • Undertaking training and CPD activities to build towards eligibility for ‘Member’ of the Australian Acoustical Society.

  • Conducting all activities in accordance with the Integrated Management System.

In return, we will provide: 

  • Generous remuneration packages + Salary Bonuses;

  • Friendly & ‘close-knit’ culture

  • Industry-leading Health & Wellness initiatives

  • Interesting & unique projects

  • Flexible Working Arrangements

  • Great office culture and work environment;

  • Regular team-building and CPD opportunities;

  • Flexible working arrangements;

  • Market-leading resources;

The Ideal Candidate

  • A Bachelor’s Degree (or higher) in Engineering (Mechanical) or a related engineering discipline.

  • A strong interest in sound, music, acoustics and/or vibration.

  • Strong computer skills (e.g. Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint)

  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal

  • Exceptional time-management skills/experience

  • The ability to work independently, as well as in a larger team

  • Basic competence in the use of SoundPLAN Environmental Noise & Insul Sound Insulation Modelling Software would be highly valued but not essential.

  • Basic knowledge of local and national acoustic legislation, guidelines and standards would be highly valued but not essential.

Some past relevant experience would be favourable but not essential. All relevant training will be provided.

If this sounds like you then do not hesitate to apply today as we will be reviewing applications on an ongoing basis.

Please direct any queries relating to the position advertised to

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