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Revit / Architectural Technician

Revit / Architectural Technician - Edinburgh

Excellent Salary dependent on experience

The Company:

My client is an award-winning architecture practice with extensive experience in a wide variety of sectors across the UK.

Their UK-wide team has gained a reputation for delivering thoughtful, innovative, and practical design solutions and distinctive, high-quality buildings, constructed on time to meet your aspirations and budget.

The Role:

They are looking for a Revit Technician with a minimum of 3 years experience to join their team.

The role will be based in and around Edinburgh.

Responsibilities Include:

? They will be preparing high-quality drawings for planning/ building warrant applications and producing detailed technical drawings, tender packages, and specifications for commercial projects.
? They would be expected to be highly motivated with the ability to work well independently and comfortably as part of a team on larger scale projects working to meet deadlines efficiently.


Key Skills:

? Applicants must be able to demonstrate a full range of skills; detailing and technical capability, familiarity with NBS, and have a good working knowledge of Scottish/ UK building regulations and technical standards.
? Experience in Revit, AutoCAD, Adobe, and Microsoft Office is required.
? Experience in Architectural Metalwork,
? Time Served.


Prior to applying for this opportunity, please ensure your CV details all your relevant experience relevant to Revit / Architectural Technician ( Revit , AutoCAD, Architectural Metalwork, Time Served )

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