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CAD Technician - Bentley Packages

South East
Job Type:
Market related


CAD Technician - Microstation

Staff or Contract

Contract - INSIDE IR35 Umbrella or PAYE available

Location - Falmer, Brighton plus some home working is available

Must have experience of Bentley CAD Packages such as Microstation

Our Client is a well known engineering company focused within the Water industry who are looking to strengthen their Engineering team with a CAD Technician for the CMDP joint venture framework. Based at the Falmer (Brighton) office you will be responsible for the coordination, delivery and quality of drawing work undertaken at the office.

CMDP is a joint venture will deliver a range of schemes to maintain and improve Southern Water’s water supply and wastewater treatment works in the eastern half of its region (Kent & East Sussex).

You will report directly to the Engineering Lead and the responsibilities will include:

  • Ensure designs are completed in accordance with CDM Regulations
  • Manages CAD workload
  • Acts as Digital Delivery Champion for the company
  • Allocation and co-ordination of drawing work undertaken
  • Coordinating design outputs across all technical disciplines
  • Raising and resolution of technical queries
  • Establish working relationships with construction staff and supply chain representatives to promote buildability and supply chain efficiency in design outputs

About You

  • Several years’ experience in a multi-disciplinary engineering environment within Water Treatment design & build
  • Experience with working on Bentley packages such as Microstation
  • Broad experience in the use and application of common engineering software and IT

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