Another day, another set of fantastic Building Information Modelling job vacancies available around the world!
Three openings looking for five BIM Coordinators, a BIM/CAD Technician and a BIM Job Captain based in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates,Doha, Qatar and Los Angeles, California respectively can now be applied for online.
The BIM Coordinator positions located in Abu Dhabi are to be filled by employees who can start within two weeks. The contracts are three months long and will see those successful working on a “high profile” and “exciting” project. In order to be considered, you must have experience of BIM modelling and the use of Revit and you must have previously worked on MEP or mechanical projects. Click here to apply for this opportunity.
The second global vacancy takes us to Doha, Qatar, where Atkins Middle East are hiring their next BIM/CAD Technician. It is expected that the chosen applicant can work for the company for between five and ten years and will be drafted in to help strengthen the rail and metro team. Desired qualities possessed by an applicant include a minimum of five years in BIM/Revit/AutoCAD experience, a familiarity with BIM/Revit/AutoCAD software and exposure to infrastructure design processes amongst other attributes. If this sounds like the job you have been looking for, apply here.
The final new listing that has appeared online is for a BIM Job Captain based in Los Angeles. Harley Ellis Devereaux are looking for a candidate who “will provide leadership of BIM production and technical design over a small team of architects and designers and be responsible for authoring, developing, and keeping up-to-date a highly detailed, well-crafted, and accurate virtual large building model.” A minimum of five years experience in the Architecture and Engineering sector is required, as is two years experience using Revit software in an architectural practice. If you are the right man or woman for the job, you can apply now.
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