Roofing and Cladding CAD Technician

Ref: DT815
  • Job sectors:
      • Facade and Cladding
  • CAD software:
      • AutoCAD 2D
  • Experience:
    • Previous experience within the roofing / cladding design sector
  • Salary: £30,000 - £40,000
  • Location: ,

Job description

CADagency is delighted to be working with a design specialist within the industrial and commercial roofing, wall cladding together with rainscreen façade sectors.

Due to on-going high demand, we are assisting them in recruiting for a CAD Technician, with experience in Industrial Roofing & Cladding. This is a full time, office based role and you will need your own vehicle to commute to their offices. There will be the occasional requirement to visit clients sites and you will be entitled to a mileage allowance of 45p a mile for the first 10,000 miles.

As a CAD Technician, you will work to co-ordinate a project from inception to completion, ensuring drawings & materials are in place and within budget and on programme.

This will involve attending handover meetings with clients joined by the estimating team. You will ensure a complete understanding of the projects scope and requirements so that you can lead & organise the design to suit the requirements. You will manage the project ensuring that all critical dates & deadlines are adhered too.

You will then prepare detail drawings and order materials accordingly and liaise with the clients Site Team throughout the design process. Once complete you will handover the “Red File” to the Site Team ensuring that all orders & drawings are uploaded on to the cloud.

Once the project installation begins you will monitor the progress to ensure that material deliveries are in keeping with the project. You will need to record any delays “formally” that may impact on critical deadlines. Finally, you will prepare O &M Manuals on completion of a contract.

The role will be full time, 8 hours a day Monday to Friday. There is some flexibility on start times.

Holiday Entitlement: 25 days annual leave 5 days are fixed to be taken between Christmas & New Year the remaining 20 days are floating to be taken between January & December.

Addition to this are the statutory days Bank Holiday which is all so paid leave.