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      • Peterborough, Ontario
      • Permanent
      JOB DUTIES:• Responsible for project planning, scheduling, allocation of personnel and resources, budgeting, regular communication with staff, clients and subcontractors, and project-related invoicing• Responsible for the retention of existing clients and the acquisition of new clients• Accountable for revenue, costs and profitability on all project work assigned• Plan and coordinate the technical activities for sound level measurements and noise propagation prediction• Complete site inspections; identify and collect data• Write, review, summarize and interpret data (including spreadsheet calculations) to provide clear and concise communication to clients• Assess noise/vibration impacts to relevant guidelines, regulations and standards and develop mitigation solutions• Work with ISO 9613-2 noise propagation calculations and software modelling• Ensure accuracy and quality of technical information and project documentation• Coordinate and implement fieldwork to conduct data collection• Adherence to health and safety protocols for self and support staff• Write or contribute technically to scopes of work for projects and proposals• Provide training to junior and intermediate personnel• Manage time, scope and budget of assigned projects• Travel to project sites and meetings as required• Fieldwork in all seasons; travel and overtime may be requiredQUALIFICATIONS:• Bachelor of Applied Science or Engineering specializing in noise/acoustical services• Currently Registered with PEO as a P.Eng.• Minimum 5 years’ experience with environmental consulting in Ontario• Minimum 10 years relevant experience• Outstanding organizational, communication, and technical skills, and attention to detail• Desire to succeed in a dynamic, progressive organization• Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite• Strong knowledge and experience using CadnaA/Predictor, SoundPLAN, STAMSONPlease send your resume in confidence to samuel.fox@randstad.caAdvantages• Assess noise/vibration impacts to relevant guidelines, regulations and standards and develop mitigation solutions• Work with ISO 9613-2 noise propagation calculations and software modelling• Ensure accuracy and quality of technical information and project documentation• Coordinate and implement fieldwork to conduct data collectionResponsibilitiesJOB DUTIES:• Responsible for project planning, scheduling, allocation of personnel and resources, budgeting, regular communication with staff, clients and subcontractors, and project-related invoicing• Responsible for the retention of existing clients and the acquisition of new clients• Accountable for revenue, costs and profitability on all project work assigned• Plan and coordinate the technical activities for sound level measurements and noise propagation prediction• Complete site inspections; identify and collect data• Write, review, summarize and interpret data (including spreadsheet calculations) to provide clear and concise communication to clients• Assess noise/vibration impacts to relevant guidelines, regulations and standards and develop mitigation solutions• Work with ISO 9613-2 noise propagation calculations and software modelling• Ensure accuracy and quality of technical information and project documentation• Coordinate and implement fieldwork to conduct data collection• Adherence to health and safety protocols for self and support staff• Write or contribute technically to scopes of work for projects and proposals• Provide training to junior and intermediate personnel• Manage time, scope and budget of assigned projects• Travel to project sites and meetings as required• Fieldwork in all seasons; travel and overtime may be requiredQUALIFICATIONS:• Bachelor of Applied Science or Engineering specializing in noise/acoustical services• Currently Registered with PEO as a P.Eng.• Minimum 5 years’ experience with environmental consulting in Ontario• Minimum 10 years relevant experience• Outstanding organizational, communication, and technical skills, and attention to detail• Desire to succeed in a dynamic, progressive organization• Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite• Strong knowledge and experience using CadnaA/Predictor, SoundPLAN, STAMSONPlease send your resume in confidence to samuel.fox@randstad.caQualifications• Bachelor of Applied Science or Engineering specializing in noise/acoustical services• Currently Registered with PEO as a P.Eng.• Minimum 5 years’ experience with environmental consulting in Ontario• Minimum 10 years relevant experience• Outstanding organizational, communication, and technical skills, and attention to detail• Desire to succeed in a dynamic, progressive organization• Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite• Strong knowledge and experience using CadnaA/Predictor, SoundPLAN, STAMSONSummaryJOB DUTIES:• Responsible for project planning, scheduling, allocation of personnel and resources, budgeting, regular communication with staff, clients and subcontractors, and project-related invoicing• Responsible for the retention of existing clients and the acquisition of new clients• Accountable for revenue, costs and profitability on all project work assigned• Plan and coordinate the technical activities for sound level measurements and noise propagation prediction• Complete site inspections; identify and collect data• Write, review, summarize and interpret data (including spreadsheet calculations) to provide clear and concise communication to clients• Assess noise/vibration impacts to relevant guidelines, regulations and standards and develop mitigation solutions• Work with ISO 9613-2 noise propagation calculations and software modelling• Ensure accuracy and quality of technical information and project documentation• Coordinate and implement fieldwork to conduct data collection• Adherence to health and safety protocols for self and support staff• Write or contribute technically to scopes of work for projects and proposals• Provide training to junior and intermediate personnel• Manage time, scope and budget of assigned projects• Travel to project sites and meetings as required• Fieldwork in all seasons; travel and overtime may be requiredQUALIFICATIONS:• Bachelor of Applied Science or Engineering specializing in noise/acoustical services• Currently Registered with PEO as a P.Eng.• Minimum 5 years’ experience with environmental consulting in Ontario• Minimum 10 years relevant experience• Outstanding organizational, communication, and technical skills, and attention to detail• Desire to succeed in a dynamic, progressive organization• Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite• Strong knowledge and experience using CadnaA/Predictor, SoundPLAN, STAMSONPlease send your resume in confidence to samuel.fox@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.
      JOB DUTIES:• Responsible for project planning, scheduling, allocation of personnel and resources, budgeting, regular communication with staff, clients and subcontractors, and project-related invoicing• Responsible for the retention of existing clients and the acquisition of new clients• Accountable for revenue, costs and profitability on all project work assigned• Plan and coordinate the technical activities for sound level measurements and noise propagation prediction• Complete site inspections; identify and collect data• Write, review, summarize and interpret data (including spreadsheet calculations) to provide clear and concise communication to clients• Assess noise/vibration impacts to relevant guidelines, regulations and standards and develop mitigation solutions• Work with ISO 9613-2 noise propagation calculations and software modelling• Ensure accuracy and quality of technical information and project documentation• Coordinate and implement fieldwork to conduct data collection• Adherence to health and safety protocols for self and support staff• Write or contribute technically to scopes of work for projects and proposals• Provide training to junior and intermediate personnel• Manage time, scope and budget of assigned projects• Travel to project sites and meetings as required• Fieldwork in all seasons; travel and overtime may be requiredQUALIFICATIONS:• Bachelor of Applied Science or Engineering specializing in noise/acoustical services• Currently Registered with PEO as a P.Eng.• Minimum 5 years’ experience with environmental consulting in Ontario• Minimum 10 years relevant experience• Outstanding organizational, communication, and technical skills, and attention to detail• Desire to succeed in a dynamic, progressive organization• Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite• Strong knowledge and experience using CadnaA/Predictor, SoundPLAN, STAMSONPlease send your resume in confidence to samuel.fox@randstad.caAdvantages• Assess noise/vibration impacts to relevant guidelines, regulations and standards and develop mitigation solutions• Work with ISO 9613-2 noise propagation calculations and software modelling• Ensure accuracy and quality of technical information and project documentation• Coordinate and implement fieldwork to conduct data collectionResponsibilitiesJOB DUTIES:• Responsible for project planning, scheduling, allocation of personnel and resources, budgeting, regular communication with staff, clients and subcontractors, and project-related invoicing• Responsible for the retention of existing clients and the acquisition of new clients• Accountable for revenue, costs and profitability on all project work assigned• Plan and coordinate the technical activities for sound level measurements and noise propagation prediction• Complete site inspections; identify and collect data• Write, review, summarize and interpret data (including spreadsheet calculations) to provide clear and concise communication to clients• Assess noise/vibration impacts to relevant guidelines, regulations and standards and develop mitigation solutions• Work with ISO 9613-2 noise propagation calculations and software modelling• Ensure accuracy and quality of technical information and project documentation• Coordinate and implement fieldwork to conduct data collection• Adherence to health and safety protocols for self and support staff• Write or contribute technically to scopes of work for projects and proposals• Provide training to junior and intermediate personnel• Manage time, scope and budget of assigned projects• Travel to project sites and meetings as required• Fieldwork in all seasons; travel and overtime may be requiredQUALIFICATIONS:• Bachelor of Applied Science or Engineering specializing in noise/acoustical services• Currently Registered with PEO as a P.Eng.• Minimum 5 years’ experience with environmental consulting in Ontario• Minimum 10 years relevant experience• Outstanding organizational, communication, and technical skills, and attention to detail• Desire to succeed in a dynamic, progressive organization• Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite• Strong knowledge and experience using CadnaA/Predictor, SoundPLAN, STAMSONPlease send your resume in confidence to samuel.fox@randstad.caQualifications• Bachelor of Applied Science or Engineering specializing in noise/acoustical services• Currently Registered with PEO as a P.Eng.• Minimum 5 years’ experience with environmental consulting in Ontario• Minimum 10 years relevant experience• Outstanding organizational, communication, and technical skills, and attention to detail• Desire to succeed in a dynamic, progressive organization• Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite• Strong knowledge and experience using CadnaA/Predictor, SoundPLAN, STAMSONSummaryJOB DUTIES:• Responsible for project planning, scheduling, allocation of personnel and resources, budgeting, regular communication with staff, clients and subcontractors, and project-related invoicing• Responsible for the retention of existing clients and the acquisition of new clients• Accountable for revenue, costs and profitability on all project work assigned• Plan and coordinate the technical activities for sound level measurements and noise propagation prediction• Complete site inspections; identify and collect data• Write, review, summarize and interpret data (including spreadsheet calculations) to provide clear and concise communication to clients• Assess noise/vibration impacts to relevant guidelines, regulations and standards and develop mitigation solutions• Work with ISO 9613-2 noise propagation calculations and software modelling• Ensure accuracy and quality of technical information and project documentation• Coordinate and implement fieldwork to conduct data collection• Adherence to health and safety protocols for self and support staff• Write or contribute technically to scopes of work for projects and proposals• Provide training to junior and intermediate personnel• Manage time, scope and budget of assigned projects• Travel to project sites and meetings as required• Fieldwork in all seasons; travel and overtime may be requiredQUALIFICATIONS:• Bachelor of Applied Science or Engineering specializing in noise/acoustical services• Currently Registered with PEO as a P.Eng.• Minimum 5 years’ experience with environmental consulting in Ontario• Minimum 10 years relevant experience• Outstanding organizational, communication, and technical skills, and attention to detail• Desire to succeed in a dynamic, progressive organization• Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite• Strong knowledge and experience using CadnaA/Predictor, SoundPLAN, STAMSONPlease send your resume in confidence to samuel.fox@randstad.caRandstad Canada is committed to building a diverse workforce reflective of the diversity of Canada. As a result, we promote employment equity and encourage candidates, especially those who identify as a woman, an Aboriginal person, a person with a disability or a member of a visible minority group, and any others who may contribute to the diversification of our workforce, to apply.Randstad Canada is also committed to developing an inclusive, barrier-free selection processes and work environments.If contacted in relation to a job opportunity, you should advise your Randstad Representative or your local Randstad branch in a timely fashion of the accommodation measures which must be taken to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner.Information received relating to accommodation measures will be addressed confidentially.For all feedback on equity and accommodation needs, please contact your local Randstad Canada Branch.

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