CAD Designer

Salary: Open to negotiation Location: Galway Experience: 1+ years experience Job no: AKGW230707Job Status: Full-Time

We are presently recruiting for CAD Designers for our clients, a Civil Engineering company in county Galway.  You will be responsible for Preparation of drawings in multi-discipline fields including civil, structural, mechanical and electrical setting. This is a full time position, based in County Galway

 Responsibilities:

  • Production of 2D general arrangement drawings from 3D Revit Models & CAD 2D drawings
  • Preparation of drawings in multi-discipline fields including civil, structural, mechanical and electrical
  • Ensure models  is developed in line with company BIM protocols and procedures
  • Participation in drawing/ design review meetings
  • Ability to set up a Revit project from start, in addition to the ability to create families within projects
  • Production and maintenance of drawing registers and control of drawing revisions
  • Liaising with project teams and CAD/BIM manager to ascertain project needs and timelines for same

Requirements:

  • Minimum 1 year experience on a similar role;
  • AutoCAD and Revit skills essential.
  • Civil 3D skills (preferable).
  • Knowledge of Dynamo scripts preferable (not essential).
  • Navisworks skills desirable.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Excellent planning, organisational, training, teamwork, problem resolution and presentation skills.
  • Excellent literacy, numeric and IT skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office packages

This is a full time, permanent position. Salary is open to negotiation based on qualifications and experiences. For further information please email me directly

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