Summary of role
The role will involve reviewing as-laid information submitted from operational teams, liaising with administration team, operatives, supervisors and managers to ensure weekly as-laid data is correctly updated and recorded onto existing CAD construction drawings and submit to relevant network owner timeously.
- Knowledge of engineering principles and an ability to create, read and modify technical drawings.
- IT skills and demonstrable experience using computer-aided design software such as AutoCAD and Solidworks
- The ability to transfer, display and manipulate data using Microsoft Office and other programmes.
- Attention to detail to create accurate and detailed as-laid dimensions and liaise with colleagues' to assist validation accuracy and quality.
- Communication skills and relationship building with colleagues and network owners to understand and interpret their designs and specific requirements
- Liaising with other staff to assist with collation of all as-laid data, test certification and submission of records for ongoing and completed projects.
- Organisation and time management to complete work to project deadlines
- A flexible approach to decision making, to make changes to drawings at short notice
- Spatial skills to be able to visualise projects in 2D and 3D
- Problem solving, creativity and innovation in order to come up with solutions to as-laid problems
- BCS Certificate in 2D Computer Aided Design (ECDL CAD) Level 2
- BTEC Certificates and Diplomas in Engineering Levels 2 and 3
- BTEC National Certificates and Diplomas in Mechanical, Manufacturing or Civil Engineering Level 3
- City and Guilds Certificate in Computer Aided Design Parametric Modelling Levels 1 to 3
- City and Guilds Certificate in 2D Computer Aided Design (4353) Level 2, and Level 3, which allows you to specialise in 2D or 3D design
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