3D Laser Surveyor - CAD / BIM

CBS Butler
£22000 - £28000 per annum
17 May 2018
14 Jun 2018
Alisna Magar
Contract Type
Full Time
A leading BIM consultancy are now looking for a 3D Laser Scanning Surveyor to join their team based from their Knutsford office. This is an exciting opportunity and will involve working on a diverse range of interesting projects both locally and across the UK. You will work across a range of different industry sectors including Infrastructure, Industrial, Construction, Petrochemical, Power, Utilities, and more.

Within this role you will:

* Providing 3D Data processing and CAD / BIM drafting.
* Carry out 3D laser scanning projects and surveys.
* Providing ongoing product support and promotion in conjunction with the sales and technical teams. This will include conducting webinars as required.
* Supporting customers and internal staff with technical queries face to face, by telephone and via email.
* Organising and running technology workshops for new and existing customers to further enhance CADline’s reputation as a leading advisor and consultant in the CAD market.

Ideally you will have:

* Industry related degree or similar qualification
* Experience of measured survey and 3D scanning experience
* Knowledge of Faro 3D laser scanners - preferable but not essential
* Knowledge of Autodesk Recap Point Cloud processing software, AutoCAD & Revit - preferable but not essential

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