Senior Bridges Technician / Associate Job, London

Job Summary

Senior Bridges Technician / Associate Job, London

An Award-Winning Global consultancy is looking to strengthen their Bridges team by hiring either a Senior Technician or an Associate who has a wealth of Bridge knowledge

  • London (London, England)Job location
  • £45000 - £60000 per annumEstimated job salary
  • Permanent (Full-Time)Employment type
Job Description

Senior Bridges Technician / Associate Job, London

Senior Bridge Technician / Associate

London

Permanent

Immediate Start

£45-60k

Senior Bridge Technician / Associate

An Award-Winning Global consultancy is looking to strengthen their Bridges team by hiring either a Senior Technician or an Associate who has a wealth of Bridge knowledge.

Our client has 20+ offices globally and has worked on some of the world most iconic and prestigious buildings and bridge structures. Their current order book spans major suspension bridges, architecturally led footbridges and major river crossings.

Our client is looking for the following in an individual:

  • Ability to prepare general arrangement and outline drawings
  • Ability to interrogate independently models prepared by others (e.g., Architects/Engineers/Clients)
  • Should have experience in setting out structures in a space model
  • Good communication skills, experience in dealing with other employees working as a member in project teams and delivering to external clients
  • Good computer and IT skills; use of Microsoft Office software essential.
  • Experience of working on a one-to-one basis and in team working situations
  • Be a competent user of AutoCAD with attention to details
  • Actively participate in design workshops

Desirable software knowledge:

  • Multi-disciplinary skills
  • Revit experience
  • 3D modelling
  • CADS RC
  • BIM production

This rare opportunity will be snapped up quickly so please apply today.

On offer is a salary of between £45,000 to £60,000 + generous benefits package.

Please send all applications to Nick Rothery.