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CAD Technician
Title: CAD Technician
Category: Engineering
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £21,000.00 - £26,000.00
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CAD Technician

£21,000 to £26,000 + Excellent Pension + Private Medical + Benefits


CAD Technician required for an international engineering specialist in the construction and infrastructure sector. This is a critical role for the company supporting the design team in a number of different engineering projects.

The successful candidate will have experience using AutoCAD or Revitt and come from an industry such as Civil, Structural or Architectural backgrounds, however a Graduate with an excellent grasp on CAD Design will also be considered.

In this varied and challenging role, you will have the chance to work on projects from concept as well as remodification of existing products and services. You will also be involved with detailed drawing duties and be involved in major infrastructure projects in a variety of different areas of the UK.

The company employs passionate engineers and really values its reputation on the market, so candidates with good communication skills and have worked in previous customer facing positions would be a good fit.

The Role

* CAD Technician / Design Engineer / Graduate Design Engineer

* Working on large infrastructure projects for different customers and clients

* Working as a key part of the Design team

The Person

* CAD Technician

* Proficient using AutoCAD or Revitt to produce technical drawings / designs

* Previous experience in construction, structural steel or civil engineering
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