Assistant Consultant – Air Quality/ Noise

Competitive + benefits
10 October 2014

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AMEC is a focused supplier of consultancy, engineering and project management services to its customers in the world’s oil and gas, minerals and metals, clean energy, environment and infrastructure markets. With annual revenues of some £4 billion, AMEC designs, delivers and maintains strategic and complex assets and employs over 27,000 people in around 40 countries worldwide.

Role Overview

Our air quality and noise team is currently working on an exciting range of projects in sectors such as oil and gas, nuclear, conventional and renewable energy, mining, general industry and transport in both the UK and internationally. Due to the continued success of our team, we are looking for a strong candidate with a desire to begin a career in air quality and acoustics by joining AMEC as an assistant consultant to support the delivery of these projects.

AMEC is committed to the continued professional development of its staff. You will be supported and guided by senior colleagues, and provided with suitable training. You will have excellent opportunities to progress by furthering your technical capabilities and explore the wider interests of our company. With us, you’ll be challenged, you’ll be encouraged to excel, you’ll be given the opportunity to build a rewarding career and you’ll be proud to be part of the AMEC team.

Key Responsibilities

Building on a strong academic background and ideally having some experience or knowledge of air quality management and assessment, you will be responsible for providing support to the air quality team in terms of delivering air quality related investigations and impact assessments. Your main responsibilities will include air quality monitoring and modelling, assessment and reporting as part of site work or collaborative work between two or more offices. You will also be expected to assist with noise monitoring and modelling tasks where the need arises.

Role Requirements

  • Minimum upper second class BSc or MSc in an engineering or science subject.
  • Basic knowledge of air quality monitoring techniques and strategies would be advantageous.
  • Some experience in or knowledge of the use of environmental models such as ADMS, ADMS-Roads, AERMOD, LimA, Cadna-A .This is not essential, as appropriate training will be given.
  • High level of numeracy and understanding of physical or chemical processes.
  • Able to develop Excel based spreadsheet solutions to efficiently manipulate large and complex datasets.
  • High standard of report writing and presentational skills.
  • Full UK driving licence.

Above all else, you will be highly motivated, committed and keen to develop new skills at a globally recognised environmental and engineering consultancy.

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