- £20000 - £25000 per annum
- Job Type:
- Building and Construction
- Job Ref:
This established house builder seek an Architectural CAD Technician to work as part of their existing Design team in Birmingham.
As an Architectural CAD Technician you will be based in Birmingham working in an office based design team.
The team focus on the new build private housing for sale and will design residential projects.
You will be responsible for:
– Residential design and technical processes
-Producing regulatory compliant working drawings
-Visiting site and give advice during the construction stage of the development
-Meeting with professionals to agree on a project brief
-Evaluate and advise on legal,environmental and application procedures
-Assess what surveys are required
-Develop project briefs
-Prepare and present design proposals using AutoCad software and traditional drawing methods
-Liaise with authorities such as planning and building inspectors
-Carry out design stage risk assessments and administer contracts and project certifications
This role will report to the Design Manager and work in part of an existing Design Team.
As a CAD Technician you will be a qualified Architectural Technologist from either a design/consultancy background or housebuilder.
You must have experience working with housing projects and ideally using AutoCad or a similar design software.
The successful applicant must have a proven track record working for either a housebuilder or architectural/consultants practice.
They are a privately owned house builder who formed over 30 years ago. They have a midlands and southern office producing over 120 units annually. They build traditional and modular homes for sale on the open market.
The role would suit an experienced Architectural CAD Technician ,CAD Designer, Draughtsperson or Architectural Technologist with experience within the housebuilding or new build housing / property industry.
If you are interested in this role and feel you have the necessary skills and experiences please send your CV to the link provided