Civil Engineering CAD Technician
RGB Network are working with one of the world’s leading multi-disciplinary consultancy firms who are currently seeking a CAD technician to join their team in Cambridge. The teams main function is to advise mostly private sector clients on planning and design issues relating to Highways, Public Realm, Signal Design, Sewerage, SUDS, Building Drainage, Earthworks, Flood Protection and Utilities Coordination/Diversion on Residential, Retail, Industrial and Commercial Developments both in the UK and overseas.
Your role as a CAD technician will be working within the team to produce designs and drawings to accompany planning applications and scheme design. At any given time you can expect to be active on a number of projects and client accounts and will report to a Principal Engineer or Senior Technician.
- HNC or equivalent in Civil Engineering.
- You will have an understanding of drainage and highway design principles (layout, etc.) and be able to use AutoCAD and Microstation design packages for 2D design work.
- The ability to work with more senior and junior staff in producing designs is essential.
- You will need to have good communication skills and be able to work as part of a team.
- You will be able to produce drawings and have an understanding of Technical Guidance, of the relevant design codes and additional useful knowledge that would be useful includes DMRB, Manual for Streets and Local Authority Design Guides.
- Ideally you will be able to prepare drawings for planning and design packages of work using AutoCAD.
- It would be desirable to have experience in a civil engineering working environment.
On offer is a competitive salary dependent on your level of experience, ICE Training Scheme, pension, 25 days holiday plus a whole range of discounted benefits.
All staff are encouraged and assisted to progress their training towards professional qualifications, with internal and external training opportunities provided.
The opportunity to work on high profile major multi-disciplinary projects.
For more information contact Jules Andrews at RGB Network.