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Trainee BIM Manager

A fantastic opportunity has become available for a Trainee BIM Manager to work for a well-established, nationwide practice. Ideally you'll be based from their Kent office, near Sevenoaks. This is a permanent opportunity for a salary range of £25-30,000 pa.

For this opportunity you'll be reporting directly to and guided by the BIM manager. You'll be expected to deliver training to staff both in the Kent office and other where necessary. You'll of course be providing BIM support and troubleshooting where required and as such your ability communicate and present your thoughts and ideas is vital. Managing models and delivering BIM outputs is also a large aspect of this role. There is an established BIM team within the practice across various locations so you'll need to be comfortable with working within a team environment.

ArchiCAD is the BIM software in use so in an ideal world you'll have a background with using the software. If not the training will be provided however you will need to be comfortable with other BIM softwares to be considered. Solibri is also an important software here for the use of clash detection, sound knowledge of this would put you ahead of the rest. As is the way with these positions you'll be implementing new versions and softwares within the company over time.

As the title suggests this is very much a trainee level position that very much lends itself to an individual looking to progress their career long term with a very well respecting company. The preference is that you're based in close proximity to the Kent office however if you're London based you may well be considered but the expectation would be to work from the Kent office the majority of the time with perhaps one or two days in London.

For more information email an up to date CV and portfolio to Oscar@mustardjobs.co.uk or call 0117 284 0079 to discuss. To see more opportunities in the architectural field then visit our website, www.mustardjobs.co.uk.

Trainee BIM Manager

Sevenoaks, UK
Permanent

Published on 13 Oct 2020