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Civil 3D Engineer

Ivybee consulting
Birmingham, West Midlands (County)
Closing date
Nov 1, 2022

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Position Type
Engineer, Staff Engineer
Organization Type
Firm, Consulting Engineering
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The company is looking for a 3D civils engineer to join their team in west midlands.

You will be responsible for:

* Consulting and understanding the Geometric Parameters and Standards to be used for each project, and using the information to model roads/car parks/ponds etc. in accordance with the set standards.

* Exporting 2D and 3D information/CAD Xrefs from the models for inclusion in drawings.

* Helping Junior Engineers / CAD Technicians in completing a package of drawings for a project by providing essential 3D Cad Xrefs.

* Producing Setting Out Drawings and Setting Out Reports, based on the developed 3D model.

* Using Civils 3D to optimise an Earthworks Balance on sites, working alongside both civils and structures colleagues, and compiling an Earthworks Report.

* Produce Earthworks Drawings to provide instruction to the contractor on how to carry out earthworks on site.

* Understanding the use of MHCW series 100 to 3000 in creating Civil's drawing packages for schemes.

Additional responsibilities:

* Additional responsibilities may include attending site meetings with one of our Engineers or Senior Technicians to complete surveys or attend design team meetings as required.

You will benefit from:

* This is a full time role, based on 37.5 hours per week.

* Pay is negotiable based on qualifications and experience.

* Annual bonus scheme directly linked to agreed company performance targets.

* Pension contribution.

* You will benefit from additional training and upskilling.


For more information regarding this great opportunity please send an updated CV to Kal Kaur
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