£40,000 - £49,999
Graduate - Multi Discipline
Defence, Engineering Consultancy, Graduate, Science, Technical Writing
Job Title: Applied Acoustic Physicist
Location: Haslar, Gosport
About the role:
The Applied Acoustic Physicist will be involved in all aspects of acoustic projects from a maritime perspective. Working with various levels of seniority from a business perspective, including the domain lead, task leads, project managers. This individual will support projects throughout lifecycle, involved with everything from capturing requirements, through planning, task conduct and data analysis to delivering results (either written reports or presentation to stakeholders).
You'll conduct experimental measurement and numerical prediction using the test facilities at the Haslar, Gosport site in the UK (for hydro-acoustic activities) with the potential for occasional travel in Europe, should further facilities for projects be required (including a high-performance computing cluster).
This will be a unique opportunity to be involved with the experimentation and measurements of acoustics/noise produced by maritime platforms (submarine propellers). This involves hands on training and development in a unique environment supporting high importance analysis using mathematical methods to investigate both from practical and theoretical perspectives.
What will I be doing?
You'll be involved in all aspects of cutting-edge projects, supporting in a range of analytical and laboratory work. As part of your role, you will carry out technical trials, also supporting in design and report writing;
What do I need?
You'll need some of the following:
Highly desirable (but not essential) criteria, Ideally 3 or more years' experience in some of the following:
What we offer
QinetiQ offers an excellent salary and flexible benefits package commensurate with a large international company some of which are highlighted below:
Please note that all applicants must be eligible for SC clearance as a minimum. Please visit the 'UKSV National Security Vetting Solution: Guidance for Applicants' - Gov.UK Webpage