MCH seeks an Audio-Visual Systems consultant, at a junior to mid-level, who embraces challenges, demonstrates strong technical and communication skills, and is passionate about consulting.
We are excited about consulting and working together as a collaborative team with our clients. We address a range of building types, with special fondness for our many performing arts projects. You will work closely with our Principals and coordinate with our Acoustics Group.
Working knowledge of AutoCAD, Microsoft Office, and Windows is required. Revit experience is preferred.
We give preference to these additional qualifications:
MCH is a multi-disciplinary consulting firm with offices in California and Arizona. We are committed to excellence in our consulting services, to create great audiovisual and acoustical environments. Our projects regularly receive recognition and acclaim. Please visit our website www.MCHinc.com.
We offer a competitive compensation package that includes base salary; paid healthcare insurance; holidays, vacation, and sick days; a performance-based bonus program; and a profit sharing, 401(k) plan. We are an equal opportunity employer.
If you are interested in being considered please forward your cover letter, resume and representative examples of your work to Randy Willis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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, electrical engineering, or related fields and at least 1 year experience in acoustics and audio & video design. Responsibilities would include consulting on projects involving room acoustics, sound isolation, environmental noise control, HVAC noise & vibration control as well as audio & video system design. Good written and oral communication skills, ability to manage multiple projects and a proven record of being able to work independently are essential. Candidates should be proficient in Revit, AutoCAD, Microsoft Office with experience with 3-D acoustic modeling (Cadna & EASE) and acoustic measurements a plus.
Information on our firm can be found at www.geileracoustics.com.
Resumes and cover letters may be sent to Elaine at email@example.com.
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SLR International Corporation is seeking an entry to mid-level Staff Consultant to join our Acoustical Consulting operations in Houston, Texas; Portland, Oregon; or Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Our preferred candidate will have a very strong academic background, and 0-2 years of experience working in either the architectural or engineering field, or as an acoustical consultant. In order to succeed in this position, candidates must be resourceful, intelligent, flexible, and willing to learn. This full-time role is an excellent opportunity to join a team that is focused on client service, technical excellence, and a solutions-oriented approach to each project.
SLR is a professional consulting and advisory firm that has been advising clients for over 20 years. Starting as a UK business, we now operate as a global company with more than 2000 people delivering client solutions across five regions. In the United States, SLR has nearly 500 employees located throughout 35 offices. Our team represents a broad and diverse range of technical and environmental capabilities. SLR’s professionals offer a blend of experience incorporating engineers, geologists, toxicologists, hydrogeologists, remediation specialists, regulatory and compliance specialists, and environmental scientists. We work for clients throughout our six primary business sectors: Energy, Mining, Industry, Infrastructure, Built Environment and Power.
Comprehensive benefits include medical, dental, orthodontia, vision, flexible spending account, generous PTO accrual, 10 paid holidays, 401(k) retirement account with company matching program, company paid life insurance, short & long term disability insurance, and employee assistance program.
Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I) are at the core of who we are and want to be.
SLR is proud to be an Affirmative Action / Equal Employment Opportunity / Veterans / Disabled Employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, civil union status, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or expression, genetic information, or veteran status. Applicants may obtain a copy of SLR’s Dissemination policy upon request and are eligible to use the resolution process contained therein.
At SLR, we embrace diverse cultures, perspectives, skills, and experiences within and outside our organization. We respect and celebrate differences and want to ensure that we continuously strive to build a place where everyone feels included and is encouraged to be their authentic self.
We are committed to these values, and our SLR Culture & Diversity Team works to actively promote diversity, equity, and inclusion across our people and talent processes, operations, and client work around the world. If you have a disability and need reasonable accommodations at any point in the application or interview process, please contact us at careers-us@slrconsulting.
Bachelor of Science in Engineering or Physics
0-2 years of work experience in Engineering, Architecture, or Acoustical Consulting
Proficiency with the Microsoft Office software suite
Demonstrated ability to learn and use design and engineering software
Willingness and ability to travel by airplane and car, including overnight travel
Valid driver’s license
High GPA, academic achievements, and academic recognition
Working knowledge of acoustics
Familiarity with use of acoustical instrumentation
Experience in architectural/industrial acoustics or engineering practice
Willingness to participate in and cross-train for environmental, industrial, and other engineering projects as needed
INCE Bd. Cert., LEED, AIA, and/or PE certification or pathway
Experience with software programs such as SoundPlan, Cadna/A, CATT, INSUL, and EASE
Proficient in organizational, interpersonal, analytical, and client relations skills
Eager and willing to learn on the job
Able to develop rapport and credibility with clients and coworkers
Able to work well independently and as part of a team
Excellent time management skills
Capable of meeting budgets and deadlines
Independent with little need for oversight on common tasks
Responsible and self-motivated
Detail oriented, but able to see the big picture and long term project goals
Work with a diverse group of clients, in various locations inside and outside of the United States
Perform field work
Help in preparing project reports and presentations for clients
Assist with aspects of measuring, quantifying and analyzing sounds, noise and vibration
Attend meetings with clients
Work alongside SLR engineers and specialists, assisting with work in a variety of disciplines
Contribute to project deliverables, multi-tasking and working concurrently on different projects
CENSEO AV+Acoustics is an acoustical engineering and audiovisual design consulting firm founded in 2012, with headquarters in Kailua, Hawaii and mainland locations in Denver, Colorado and Seattle, Washington. As our firm expands and grows, we seek the ideal candidate to join our team of engineers. We are seeking an experienced Acoustical Consultant in our office located in Kailua, HI. The position includes a diverse range of projects including civic, commercial, educational, government, healthcare, military, performing arts, residential, resorts and hotels, worship spaces, and others.
The ideal candidate will have 3 years of experience conducting acoustical analysis, acoustical field tests and measurements, building acoustical and system computer models (such as CadnaA, EASE, etc.), and consulting on a wide range of acoustical and AV design projects.
Our new team member will be responsible for system designs, data analysis, field testing, and client interaction. The Consultant will gather information directly from clients and implement into design drawings. Our consultants are involved with the full Project Management process from proposal to final check-out.
CENSEO’s portfolio includes a wide range of project types with local and global reach. Our team has been awarded Pacific Business News “Fastest 50” and has been recognized for leadership, quality, a healthy work environment. We remain involved in many professional organizations and promote a positive work-life balance.
CENSEO affords equal employment opportunities to all individuals according to the U.S. Department of Labor Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) policy. We offer competitive salaries and highly desirable benefits including PTO, 401K, medical/dental insurance plans, and many other benefits. Applicants must be authorized to work in the U.S. For more information about CENSEO, please visit www.CENSEO.design.
Qualified applicants, please submit cover letter and resume to: Todd Beiler, President recruiting@CENSEO.design.
Colin Gordon Associates is a small but internationally recognized vibration and noise control consulting firm. In addition to projects covering a full range of vibration, acoustics, and noise control, we specialize in the design of low-vibration and low-noise buildings for the microelectronics, nanotechnology, imaging, and research communities, and are seen as a leader in this environment. This is an opportunity to participate in an area of expanding importance, developing unique solutions to new and interesting challenges in noise and vibration control. We are seeking applicants for a consultant to join our team.
Applicants should have a BS degree or higher in civil/structural engineering, mechanical engineering, or physics, with a MS degree preferred. Candidates with a broad range of technical backgrounds will be considered. Familiarity with measurement instruments, DSP, general theory of acoustics and vibration, and/or building design and construction are desirable. Previous consulting experience or other work in vibration and noise control is preferred. The position will involve computer modeling for vibration and acoustics analyses, which could include finite element analysis (FEA) of structural systems, building acoustics modeling and ray tracing, and/or environmental noise modeling. Prior coursework in, experience with, or interest in learning such software is ideal.
Good written and oral communication skills are required. The applicant must be able to work in a team environment, but also independently, as travel and field measurement work is required. Candidates local to the San Francisco Bay Area of California are preferred.
We offer excellent salaries and benefits (health, 401(k)/profit sharing, etc.). CGA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Send an email to HR@colingordon.com with resume and cover letter attached. Telephone calls will not be accepted.
Threshold consultants approach the visual realm of architecture to reinforce the subtlety, power, and delight that sound can bring to the built environment. Our Audio/Video team delivers quality and clarity of sound and video for places of gathering where we learn, share wisdom, and pass along culture. We work alongside designers, artists, and administrators to deliver designs that address the needs of end users in the Performing Arts, Cultural, Educational, Worship, and Commercial realm.
Thoughtful spaces require flexible Audio/Video systems that help them succeed as both rooms and venues, for presentation and conversation, as places for in-person presentation of ideas as well as their distribution and collaboration at a distance. Audio and video technologies that were once confined to the world of performance venues are now pervasive in our everyday lives. Whether the technology itself is part of the show or subordinated to an immersive experience, the quality and clarity of sound and video remains paramount. We seek the highest quality of experience that delivers power, fidelity, and nuance for the everyday and the once-in-a-lifetime.
Threshold is seeking an individual with at least 5 years of experience in the Audio/Video (AV) consulting industry to join our team of design consultants in creating, documenting, and detailing AV designs. The ideal candidate will have strong written and verbal communication skills, be highly organized with exceptional attention to detail, time management, and follow-through, as well as experience installing or deploying and operating systems for live performance. A bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, Music Technology, Physics, or related field, or equivalent professional experience is required. Advanced studies are preferred. A sense of curiosity and openness to learning more about AV systems, architectural design, and construction professions are a priority. Interest and experience in multi-disciplinary performing art forms such as music, theatre, or dance are welcome. Areas of responsibility and appropriate skills necessary for success will include all or most of the following:
• Participate in the development of AV designs with senior staff.
• Coordinate and communicate design work with project team members. Review with colleagues to ensure work produced maintains
firm’s quality and performance standards.
• Day-to-day responsibility for managing scope, fee, and deliverables on projects of modest scale; awareness of scope of services
across all disciplines and anticipation of circumstances that may require additional services to be negotiated; monitor schedule and
oversee the execution of deliverables.
• Understand client group and design team dynamics. Regularly communicate with counterparts in the client group, architect, user
groups, and contractor regarding all project design and project management issues. Identify critical issues with analysis and
recommendation for client decision and direction.
• Continuously cultivate and maintain positive relationships with colleagues in both AV and Architectural Acoustics disciplines as
well as existing clients.
• Assist with proposals, qualifications and presentations as needed.
• Understanding of complex AV Systems and capability to produce standard design documents and technical narratives.
• MS Office Suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
• Drafting experience in AutoCAD, Revit, BIM modeling, or other industry standard tools.
• Familiarity with architectural design phases and construction process.
• Engineering mindset focused on efficient system flow and connectivity.
Experience with the following software systems, industry recognized training, and certification preferred:
• Bluebeam Revu, Sketchup, and 3D modeling.
• Loudspeaker modeling software (e.g., EASE, Soundvision, ArrayCalc, etc.).
• IT networking familiarity, specifically AV and digital media over IP (e.g., Dante, AVB, SMPTE 2110, etc.).
• Industry recognized certification (e.g., AVIXA CTS, CTS-I, CTS-D, or equivalent).
• Established public presence in one or more professional organizations.
Environment, Physical demands, and other conditions:
• The position requires the individual to meet multiple demands from multiple people and interact directly with other staff and with
• The position is primarily in person, in an office environment, and may include remote work.
• Travel related to project advancement is expected.
• Competitive salary and benefits, including holidays, vacation, sick leave, 401K, Flexible Spending Account (FSA), long term
disability, and medical, optical, and dental policies.
• Partial reimbursement for tickets to live performances or other events that expand our collective experience with a wide range of
performing arts outlets.
• Conference attendance is supported according to personal interests and the company’s need to efficiently cover potential markets.
• Relocation expenses negotiable.
Threshold as a company works to create spaces that are free of distraction, ones wherein we are immersed in each other’s presence and can build authentic human connections. It is with this ethos in mind that we now make a deliberate effort to do our part dismantling the undeniable inequality in our profession and in our society. Our Social and Environmental Justice Mission Statement (found here) is a conscious call to action, both as individuals and as a company.
We look forward to hearing about how your individual skills and experience make you the best candidate for this position. To apply, submit a Resume and Cover Letter addressed to Joe Dillon, Principal at firstname.lastname@example.org.