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CAD Technician/AutoCAD Design Engineer

Ref #: ScoopCADTechDesigEngin
Alan Parker 14/01/2022
Location: London, Remote Not Disclosed London, Remote London
Salary: £250 - £275 Per day £
Type: Contract
Duration: 6 Months (Rolling)
Date: 14/01/2022
CAD Technician/AutoCAD Design Engineer

CAD Technician/AutoCAD Design Engineer - London/Remote (mainly WFH)

£250 - £275 per day (OUTSIDE IR35)/6 months rolling/Currently fully remote with very few visits to London

My client a leading digital/network design consultancy seek an experienced and talented CAD Technician/AutoCAD Design Engineer to assist in the mapping and large scale layout work for an elite and well known programme of work.

As the CAD Technician/AutoCAD Design Engineer:

  • You will need strong CAD/AutoCAD experience and ideally a good working knowledge/understanding of Visio.
  • Contract CAD Technician/AutoCAD Design Engineer
  • CAD design role to produce 2D CAD designs for rail infrastructure and system design projects.
  • Multi-site, successful engineering business within the rail and process safety sector, Covid has had little impact on them, and they are continuing grow.
  • A CAD Engineer, CAD Designer, CAD Design Engineer with experience of using CAD software to produce 2D designs and drawings.
  • Previous experience of using AutoCAD, Microstation or Draftsight CAD software would be advantageous.
  • Any exposure to working on rail infrastructure, telecommunications, CCTV, communications systems, or similar engineering projects would be beneficial but not essential.

The CAD Technician/AutoCAD Design Engineer position is for initially 6 months, but there are multiple projects and this engagement could be long-term. Currently the role is fully remote and is likely to remain this way, but there may be the requirement for some meeting attendance, but this is TBC.

CAD Technician/AutoCAD Design Engineer - London/Remote (mainly WFH)

£250 - £275 per day (OUTSIDE IR35)/6 months rolling/Currently fully remote with very few visits to London

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