CAD - Microstation Technician

Ref No. EMP383726
Location London, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Closed
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Introduction

Currently going through a significant period of growth, a well known consultancy is looking to add an additional 2 - 3 technicians to their existing team in order to deliver a number of high profile projects.

Important

Rail

The Job

These roles would suit a candidate with at least 2 years of experience in rail based projects, ideally working in Microstation, however good AutoCAD technicians will also be considered. The suitable candidate will also be expected to work with ProjectWise, however support will be given if not fully proficient.

On a day to day basis you will be involved in the draughting of business critical projects and will be invested in as a long term asset.

With these roles you will work on a combination of Civil and Structural projects and must be comfortable in doing so. In addition to this you will need to have experience in working to British standards, Eurocodes and Network Rail Standards.

It is essential that any applicant to this role has at least 2 years experience working on UK based, Structural and Civil projects. Consideration will be given to candidates with extensive exposure to international rail projects with lesser amounts of UK experience.

This client is looking for a number of candidates and salary will be dependant on experience.

Please contact Alex Ruos at Matchtech on 01489 898 187 or alex.ruos@matchtech.com for more information.

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