Structural CAD / Revit Technician

England, Gloucestershire
£37000 - £40000 per annum + Benefits
17 Apr 2018
15 May 2018
Graham Ventham
Contract Type
Full Time

Structural CAD/Revit Technician

£37,000-£40,000 per annum + Benefits (Permanent)


Due to an increase in workload we are currently searching for a Structural Technician for one of our clients, an established Civil & Structural Engineering consultancy with multiple offices across the South of England. This is a full-time permanent opportunity for an ambitious individual to come in & work on a range of projects from scheme design through to construction on site.

Projects: Leisure, Residential, Educational, Retail, Industrial, Commercial and more.

Company Headcount: ~60

Location: The office is located on the outskirts of Gloucester towards Cheltenham.


  • Hold a degree in Civil or Structural Engineering,
  • A minimum of 1 years' industry experience ideally gained within a consultancy environment,
  • Full proficiency with AutoCAD essential, experience with Revit essential,
  • Experience working with Revit in a collaborative environment to BIM Level 2,
  • Excellent communication skills (both written & verbal).
  • Experience working on building structures projects,
  • Experience in the preparation of structural drawings & BIM models,
  • A good understanding of engineering principles,
  • Strong aspirations to progress your career.

This vacancy is ideal for an ambitious Structural Technician who is keen to progress their career within a supportive & dynamic consultancy environment. Our client is offering the successful Structural Technician a competitive salary & benefits package along with plenty of opportunity to take on more responsibility & in turn progress within the company. Perks include being enrolled into the company pension scheme and being given the tools to strengthen your Revit skills with training & using it on live projects. If you would like to be considered for this excellent opportunity, please apply by sending an up to date CV to Graham Ventham.