CAD Technician Cannock Multi Utilities (6month fixed term contract)
Murphy Group are currently recruiting for a CAD Technician initially on a 3-6month fixed term contract to support their Multi Utilities Division.
You will work with Design Engineers in the delivery of CAD, BIM & Engineering deliverables and have ownership of various contracts.
The position is initially temporary but does have the opportunity to go permanent for the right person.
Preparation of project design drawings, including site mechanical / civil GAs, traffic management, vehicle path analysis, route plans, etc
Preparation of project as-built drawings
Take part in roles assigned within a BEP and work to BS EN ISO 19650
Formulation of deliverable packages and liaise with document control teams
Interrogation / preparation of concept / design pipework and / or civil 3D models
Assistance, where required, with project tender packages
Co-ordinate with internal & external team members / design teams / project teams where required
Liaise with colleagues, other departments and project teams with respect to drawing requirements
Prepare drawings in accordance with current company CAD Standards
Ensure that drawings are prepared, stored, issued and archived in accordance with company procedures via internal CAD Data Management software
Capability to work to strict deadlines and project budgets
Ensure that chargeable work can be evaluated by the preparation of adequate timesheet records
Previous experience in a CAD role
Exposure to Gas, Civil, Water, Electric
AutoCAD and / or MicroStation experience
Synchro skills, Digital rehearsal
Basic competence with one of the following : Civil 3D, Plant 3D, Revit
Working knowledge of BIM
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