Contract CAD Technician – AutoTrack

  • CAD Software:
      • AutoCAD 2D
      • Civil 3D
  • Experience:
    • Swept Path Analysis knowledge using AutoTrack
    • Construction / Civil background
  • Salary: £25 - £30
  • Location: ,

Job Description

My client is a construction consultancy offering outsourced CAD support to contractors and other sectors and industries. There is an immediate requirement for a an on-going Contract CAD Technician for a minimum of three months.

The role will be to offer CAD support on prestige and high-profile construction projects throughout the London area. My client currently assist a multiple of industry leading contractors with their projects and offer a variety of CAD services along the process.

The immediate requirement is for a 2D AutoCAD Technician with swept path analysis knowledge (ideally using AutoTrack software), to be based at one of their client project office locations (Battersea area). You will ideally come from a Construction or Civil background and have experience in working on large and very busy development projects. Although, they will consider candidates from alternative backgrounds, the knowledge of swept path analysis is crucial.

The requirement will be for the technician to be based at the client project office 5 days per week (Mon – Fri), for 8 hours per day. The hours can be flexible to suit and there may be a possibility for some remote working as well as the project progresses. For now though, it’s safe to assume the Technician will be based at the project office for the duration.

This will be an immediate start with a rolling 1 month arrangement, although for the right candidate, this could well be ongoing for the duration of the project (potentially 12 months +).

A CAD laptop complete with the latest software can be provided if required, although they are happy for you to use your own IT and software, if this is desirable.


My client will be looking to offer around £25 – £30/hour mark, although for an extremely good fit, they are prepared to offer a bit more.