Junior Consultant Position

Junior Consultant Position

Geiler & Associates, LLC located in Aurora, Colorado has an opening for acoustical/audio & video system designer.  Candidates should have a B.S., or B.A. in architectural, mechanical or electrical engineering and a minimum 1 year in acoustics and audio & video design.  Responsibilities would include consulting on projects involving room acoustics, sound isolation, environmental noise control, HVAC noise & vibration control and audio & video system design.  Good written and oral communication skills are essential.  Candidates should be proficient in AutoCAD, M.S. Office with experience with 3-D acoustic modeling and acoustic measurements a plus.  Information on our firm can be found at www.geileracoustics.com.

Resumes and cover letters may be sent to enettingham@geileracoustics.com.

Acoustical Consultant (Entry Level)

Acoustical Consultant (Entry Level)

About Waveguide

Waveguide LLC is an independent AV, IT and acoustics consulting and design firm committed to providing superior service and comprehensive designs for our clients in a dynamic, collaborative, team environment. Our technology expertise includes audiovisual systems consulting and design, voice and data communications infrastructure, communication-friendly acoustic environments, and ongoing AV operations services. We work together as a team to create strategic technology plans, efficient building and infrastructure designs, and effective technology system solutions to drive the success of our clients’ organizations. The projects we work on result in exciting environments and technology systems that support the way people live and work.

General Statement of Duties

We are currently seeking qualified candidates for an immediate opening as an associate acoustic consultant. Remote / home-based work is anticipated as the primary workplace with up to 20% travel to project sites, project meetings or other corporate gatherings. In this acoustics consulting role, you will work with a highly respected, multidisciplinary team on some of the firm’s premier educational, commercial, and institutional building projects. Your primary role will be to assist the firm’s acoustic consultants in executing and supporting individual projects. You may also be expected to represent Waveguide at client meetings.


  • Read and analyze architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing drawings.
  • Conduct acoustical measurements including environmental, background noise level, reverberation time and sound isolation measurements.
  • Noise and vibration analysis and recommendations for building systems.
  • Architectural acoustic analysis and recommendations for a wide range of building types.
  • Write and convey technical information in written reports in a clear, concise manner so that the design team can easily implement the recommendations.
  • Pursue ongoing professional growth and development of technical skills.
  • Assist and contribute to the Waveguide community.


  • Four-year or higher degree in a relevant technical field (degree in engineering or science with a specialization in vibration and/or acoustics).
  • 1 to 3 years of professional acoustical consulting experience.
  • Experience with acoustic instrumentation.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Familiarity of educational, commercial, and institutional building design and construction.
  • Strong computer skills with proficiency in all MS Office applications and Bluebeam Revu.

Learn more and apply here. 

Associate Consultant

Associate Consultant

Founded in 1966, Wilson Ihrig is an internationally renowned acoustics, noise, and vibration consulting firm based in the San Francisco Bay Area with additional offices in Los Angeles, New York City, and Seattle. Our work covers a wide array of projects, including architectural, and public transportation, with an emphasis on rail transit, environmental, forensics, construction, structural vibration, and whole-building vibration isolation.

In our over 57 years of business, we have proudly created and maintained a supportive community of colleagues that fosters quality work, learning, the free exchange of ideas, and a place to grow. Our technical experts collectively have more than 300 years of experience and knowledge.

We are currently seeking a qualified acoustician who could be based in any of our West Coast offices. Education and experience should be commensurate with 3 to 7 years. This is a full-time hourly position (nominally 35-40 hours per week) with benefits that include health care, dental, vision, 401(k), PTO, and a good work/life balance. The typical salary range for this position is $80,000 to $97,000 based on qualifications and hours worked. The successful applicant must be an independent, reliable, and mature individual who is a self-starter and thrives in both in-office and outdoor environments.

Your contributions will include, but will not be limited to:

  • Acoustical and vibration measurements, usually in the field
  • Noise and vibration technical analyses and computer modeling
  • Preparation and/or support of reports (writing and graphics) in clear, concise English

Minimal Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Acoustics, Physics, Mechanical, Electrical, Civil Engineering, or other discipline with coursework related to acoustics and vibration
  • Direct, relatable experience
  • Ability to work collaboratively, take direction, and ask questions a must
  • Proficiency in Excel and Word and at least one acoustic software package such as EASE, CadnaA, SoundPLAN, TNM
  • Working knowledge of CAD will be considered a plus
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal, and communication skills
  • Must demonstrate proof of permission to work permanently in the United States at the time of hire

How to Communicate your Interest
To apply, please EMAIL PDFs of the following four (4) items:

Please note that candidates may not be considered until all four requested documents are received.

The new employees will be required to spend several days per week on premises in the office or the field over the first few months; however, many of our employees are able to work remotely, and the circumstances of that arrangement can be negotiated. Proof of vaccination or accommodation will be requested, and masks while working may be required. Wilson Ihrig is a drug-free workplace.

EEO Policy
Wilson Ihrig is an equal-opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a protected veteran or status as a qualified individual with a disability, or any other characteristic protected by applicable Federal, State or Local law.

Associate Acoustical Engineer – Phoenix Noise and Vibration

Associate Acoustical Engineer – Phoenix Noise and Vibration

Phoenix Noise and Vibration LLC is an Acoustical Engineering firm located in Frederick, Maryland founded in October 2004 by a group of professionals with more than 30 years of combined experience in all aspects of noise and vibration control in the building industry. Our goal is to be the first choice for noise and vibration control services in the mid-Atlantic region.

The PNV environment will appeal to the independent, self-directed individual interested in being a part of a small but growing company. Working directly with the existing engineering staff will provide a unique opportunity for individual development in many aspects of acoustical engineering. With a client base predominantly in the DC area, there will be exposure and experience to a large metropolitan work environment. Located an hour from both Washington DC and Baltimore in beautiful historic Frederick Maryland, Phoenix Noise and Vibration LLC offers competitive wages and benefits for this full-time position.


•              Conduct a variety of field measurements.

•              Perform data reduction and analysis.

•              Provide design services using both computer modeling and traditional calculation techniques.

•              Write reports documenting the measurement, mitigation, and design results.

•              Interface directly with clients.


•              BS in either Mechanical, Acoustical, Architectural, Civil, or Electrical Engineering.

•              Proficient in MSOffice and Adobe Acrobat.

•              Experience with CAD (such as AutoCAD, Pro E, SOLIDWORKS, etc.).

•              Able to read architectural, mechanical, and structural plans.

•              Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

•              Possess problem solving skills with the ability to think creatively.

•              Self-starter capable of working independently as well as collaboratively.


•              Related study areas: Acoustics, noise & vibration control, HVAC noise analysis, building acoustics (room separation analysis), transportation noise analysis, finite element analysis.

•              Knowledge in acoustic principles as applied to building structure, environmental acoustics, sound isolation, and mechanical noise control.

•              Experience in CadnaA, Sound Plan, SketchUp, EASE, AIM, INSUL, and/or FHWA: Traffic Noise Model.

•              Construction/ building design experience.


Not Arizona! Phoenix Noise & Vibration, located in Frederick, Maryland, provides acoustical engineering services to Architects, Engineers, Land Developers, and Zoning Attorneys to develop feasible solutions to their particular acoustical issue. PNV offers a wide variety of acoustics, noise, and vibration services as they apply to residential and commercial buildings, research and government facilities, healthcare buildings, performance broadcasting spaces, and fitness centers.

Staff Consultant – Eilar Associates

Staff Consultant – Eilar Associates

Staff Consultant

Eilar Associates, Inc. is currently seeking qualified applicants for a full-time Staff Consultant position in Escondido, CA with an anticipated start date in summer or fall of 2022.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Performing noise measurements and documenting site conditions
  • Developing computer noise models to assess roadway noise, mechanical noise, or other noise predictions
  • Writing technical reports
  • Assisting with the development of proposals

Qualified applicants will have a Bachelor’s degree in acoustics or a related field, strong technical writing skills, ability to interact and work with clients, computer skills (including Microsoft Office), and high attention to detail. Familiarity with acoustical software (CadnaA, TNM, INSUL, etc.) and basic mechanical and/or construction knowledge a plus.

Eilar is an equal opportunity employer and offers competitive compensation and benefit packages.

Please email your resume and letter expressing interest in this position to info@eilarassociates.com.