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MEP Revit Coordinator /Technician

  • Location: Stockton-on-Tees
  • Salary: A competitive package discussed on application with NRL
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted 21 days ago

  • Sector: Built Environment
  • Contact: Relyn Winter
  • Contact Email: Relyn.Winter@nrl.co.uk
  • Contact Phone: 0191 415 3300
  • Start Date: 2021-11-21
  • Expiry Date: 06 November 2021
  • Job Ref: 1037997
NRL is currently looking for MEP Revit Coordinator / Technician

Main Duties:

As required to assist engineers with project delivery
To produce and draught 3D models
To develop the Practices own set of REVIT & 2D CAD standards & REVIT families
Knowledge of creating and adapting models and drawings within both CAD and Revit is essential
To supervise and review the work of junior staff where required
Liaison with members of the Project Design Team and with the Client as appropriate
To represent company at Client meetings as necessary and to demonstrate the required level of professional expertise
Assist with the development of the practice
Assist with the marketing of the practice, have a proven track record within an M&E environment

Key Skills Applicable:
 
I.T. Literacy
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office
Demonstrable knowledge of relevant application software including AUTOCAD & REVIT
Ability to master quickly additional application software as required by the job
 
Personal & Professional:

Flexible approach to job requirements
Ability to work to high technical standards with a minimum of supervision
High standard of self-discipline necessary in working to deadlines.
To communicate in writing and verbally with clarity and to a wide range of people and organisations.
Necessity to work cohesively within a team environment
Maintain the highest professional and personal standards
Ensure client requirements are met in an efficient and prompt manner with maximum accuracy
A technical background within Building Services would be preferential but not essential, as long as you have demonstrable experience of drawing and manipulating MEP models