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Noise and Vibration Engineer

Noise and Vibration Engineer

  • Degree in engineering, physics, or related field; Master’s degree preferred
  • Opportunity for innovative, cutting-edge work
  • Close knit collaborative and engaged “One Team” environment
  • Challenging career opportunities, along with personal and professional advancement
  • Valid driver’s license required for occasional travel to job sites/clients
  • Based in Guelph, ON with flexible work options  

We’re SLR, a global consulting firm delivering over 30 technical disciplines around the world to help our clients reach their environmental and sustainability goals. With over 25 years of experience, our ambition is to be recognized as a global leader in environmental and advisory solutions.

As our new Noise and Vibration Engineer with a passion for working on environmental related projects, you will play an important role on a team whose work is essential to achieving this goal.

In this position, you’ll work closely with our senior consultants on a diverse array of private and public sector clients across North America. Whether you’re working on new and retrofit projects for noise and vibration control, conducting field measurements, or leading the development of new noise and vibration models, you’ll feel good knowing your work will positively impact people for years to come.

This is a unique opportunity to bring your expertise to a highly engaged team, where your efforts and impact will be recognized and valued immensely.

Your tasks will also include:

  • noise and vibration assessments on challenging and stimulating projects encompassing:
  • Environmental Noise:  examples include noise permitting for industrial/ manufacturing facilities, land use planning, transportation noise for road, rail and aircraft
  • Environmental Vibration: examples include vehicle-induced vibrations and construction vibration.
  • conducting field measurements in challenging environments, throughout the year;
  • working to streamline and standardize data collection and analysis;
  • preparing and presenting technical reports;
  • coordinating projects to maintain schedule and budgets;
  • leading the development of new models and applications related to noise and vibration;
  • establishing effective QA/QC procedures.

You’ll enjoy a flexible and dynamic work environment, where your success will depend on your collaborative working style, your consultative approach to clients, and your superb technical skills.

Working @ SLR

With us, there is no doubt you’ll grow your subject-matter expertise and industry knowledge. We care about investing in our employees for the long-run, and if you ask our team, they’ll tell you that’s just one of the many benefits of working here. We want to be a place where you can experience career growth and satisfaction for many years.

Here’s what else you’ll enjoy as part of our team:

  • Competitive total compensation plan
  • Comprehensive benefit plan including a healthcare and wellness spending account
  • Full-time, permanent role with flexible scheduling available (core hours are Monday to Friday, 8 am to 5 pm)
  • Opportunities for professional growth and advancement
  • Close-knit team culture dedicated to supporting your work and keeping you connected


  • Ideally 3-5 years of experience working in environmental noise and vibration
  • Degree in engineering, physics, or related field; Master’s degree preferred
  • P.Eng., or eligible for P. Eng. certification in Ontario
  • Experience with project proposals, coordination, or management
  • Familiarity with the fundamentals and approaches used to measure, predict and evaluate noise and vibration
  • Proficiency with computational and office suite software (e.g, Microsoft Office Suite, Matlab, finite element modeling packages, etc.)
  • Experience with noise and vibration modeling software (e.g., CadnaA, CATT, Odeon or EASE, SAP)
  • Ability to travel throughout North America, respective of Covid-19 restrictions and safety protocols
  • Flexible, multi-tasking work habits, and ability to work independently or as part of a team
  • Highly organized, reliable, creative, innovative and energetic worker as well as a quick learner
  • Excellent written and oral communication and interpersonal skills.

SLR strives to build diverse teams that reflect the communities we work in, and encourages applications from traditionally underrepresented groups including women, visible minorities, Indigenous peoples, people identifying as LGBTQ+, veterans, and people with disabilities. 

If we can make the recruitment process easier through accommodation, please contact a member of the HR team at canadacareers@slrconsulting.com.

Posted on February 10, 2021.

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