WATCH – BIM Vacancies: BIM company looking for Construction Process Engineer

The latest in our BIM Vacancies series is a little bit different, with a recruitment specialists recording a video message enticing interested parties towards the BIM vacancy they are representing.

Charlton Recruitment are helping a market-leading civil engineering and construction outfit with 12 years Building Information Modelling experience find a Construction Process Manager, a uniquely titled role that will see a successful candidate slot into the company’s work winning team, providing BIM and engineering experience to make sure that bids are decisively won. By using their own expertise from past projects or by challenging a model by thinking outside the box regarding certain elements, the firm (which according to Charlton Recruitment’s Andy Bourne turn over £5 billion per year) want a high-flying and highly interested person to come forward and ensure they beat the competition for the plethora of Government public sector projects.


In a video posted on his YouTube channel, Bourne stated that previous BIM experience is not essential, as the corporation will be investing thousands of pounds into whoever they hire to make sure they are highly skilled and up-to-date with all elements of their job. Interested persons should have a degree in a related field and have at least 3 years prior experience in either engineering or as a contractor or design position as the role requires working with either/or those latter two roles.


There is tremendous scope for progression throughout the business, whether that be via a promotion, getting chartered status or by bettering themselves with a degree. Also, the civil engineering juggernaut believe that if you’re skilled enough, you’re old enough so don’t be put off if you think your age could be a downside.


Watch below to hear more from Charlton Recruitment’s Andy Bourne about the listing.



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