CAD TECHNICIAN, OXFORD

UK-Oxford
Job ID
2018-1184
Category
PBC
Type
Permanent Full-Time

Overview

Cluttons is currently recruiting for a CAD Technician in Oxford to provide CAD drafting of civil works and architectural detailing and to assist in project delivery and other related duties.

 

The role will predominantly comprise design and drawing work using Autodesk software, but will also include assistance and contribution to the daily management of the Oxford CAD team and liaison with the London CAD team and other offices.

Responsibilities

  • Support the surveyors and engineers in technical aspects of projects
  • Represent the project and building consultancy department internally and to clients
  • Assist with and monitor quality control of drawing production in Oxford
  • Support the London (and other offices) CAD requirements
  • Ensure engineering specifications and procedures are used and followed
  • Liaise with surveyors and engineers to forecast workload and resources required
  • Participate in client design meetings where required
  • Be aware of all client design requirements
  • Supervise the preparation and checking of 2D/3D drawings
  • Be responsible for and take accurate site measurements from inception through to construction to ensure accuracy of information produced
  • Translate design concepts into CAD models
  • Ensure all work undertaken is produced accurately to standards in a timely and efficient manner

Qualifications

  • A relevant technical construction qualification
  • Excellent CAD/BIM drafting skills using Autodesk software
  • Proven track record of CAD Projects
  • An understanding of construction processes
  • An understanding of building surveying practices
  • Technical understanding of architectural detailing
  • Client facing experience to meet with clients to give updates on projects
  • Proficient in using Microsoft Packages

Preferred experience

  • Experience of working on civils projects within the utilities/electricity sector

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