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Advantage Resourcing UK Limited - Cannock, Staffordshire, West Midlands, UK

I am recruiting for a CAD Technician to join a leading UK construction safety organisation on a contract basis to work on a project focusing on building layouts in the defence sector. CAD Technician Cad Work careers... £200.00 - £225.00 per day

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from: totaljobs.com - Yesterday

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CAD Technician  

Solid People Limited - JE - South East London, London, South East, UK

Our client works within civil engineering and construction sectors to name a few, and due to a high volume in work, they're looking for a contractor for an immediate start. CAD Technician Cad careers... £25 - £30 per hour

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from: totaljobs.com (+2 sources) - Yesterday

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CAD Designer  

Morson Human Resources Limited - Stevenage, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom (+1 location)

Job Profile Main tasks and responsibilities will include - * Produce conceptual and detail mechanical designs for electronic equipment. * Support structural, thermal and radiation analyses of their designs... use cad...

from: noriskrecruitment.co.uk (+1 source) - 2 days ago

CAD Technician  

Fawkes & Reece - City of London, London, South East, UK

This leading contracting business have an immediate requirement for a CAD Technician with Microstation experience and that has worked in the civils and infrastructure sector. CAD Technician entry level cad... £200 - £300 per day

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from: totaljobs.com (+2 sources) - 2 days ago

CAD Draughtsperson  

Talent Finder - Stoke-On-Trent, Staffordshire, West Midlands, UK (+1 location)

Location: Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, ST6 3d cad... £18k - 25k per year

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from: totaljobs.com (+1 source) - 2 days ago

CAD Technician  

Fawkes and Reece - London, GB

For more information on this CAD Technician role please send your CV through the job advert and we will respond immediately if you are suitable for the position. cad manager overview...

from: joblift.co.uk (+2 sources) - 2 days ago

CAD/Revit Engineer  

Allstaff Recruitment - Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, South East, UK (+1 location)

Create high quality, technical drawings and plans of a range of buildings cad manager tools... £30k - 40k per year

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from: totaljobs.com (+1 source) - 2 days ago

CAD Draughtsperson / Engineer (Mechanical/Steelwork)  

Rise Technical Recruitment Limited - Kington, Herefordshire, Herefordshire, West Midlands, UK

CAD Draughtsperson / Engineer (Mechanical/Steelwork) graduate 3d cad... £27000 - £30000 per annum + + overtime & Benefits

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from: totaljobs.com - Yesterday

CAD Technician  

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The role is aimed at a CAD Technician who has experience of sheet metal, Drawing, CAM (Computer Aided Machinery) and who has strong Solid works or Auto CAD experience. CAD/CAM, CAD 2D/3D, Radan(nice to... sales designer retail cad...

from: joblift.co.uk (+1 source) - 4 days ago

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CAD Technician - SolidWorks  

Redline Group Ltd - York, North Yorkshire, Yorkshire, UK (+1 location)

-Creating accurate and detailed 3D models of components and assemblies using SolidWorks cad technician projects... £23000 - £24000 per annum + Benefits

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from: totaljobs.com (+2 sources) - 3 days ago


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  • Contacting companies about required experience/qualifications Dblacker

    I am interested in CAD software and am considering possibly developing further in the field. I looked at a website of a construction company who uses CAD and are based near where I live not too long ago.

    Would it be OK to contact them to find out what further qualifications in construction and what software I would need to be competent using to be suitable for employment?

    I have attended an AutoCAD for New Users course (3 days) and an AutoCAD Intermediate user course (2 days).

    • Zully:

      I don't know if I understand your question well. But in any case, the way I see it, anyone can contact any company to enquire about their requirements. I've done so on many occasions for this and other reasons. Best of luck.

      • Dblacker:

        Zully

        Thanks for the reply.

        My main concern is I do not have a construction background yet, but would like to enquire what qualifications the company would require in construction and any CAD or similar type software they use.

        I studied Mathematics at University and have been in a job for the last few years doing spreadsheet work.

    • Dblacker:

      Further to my last post, if I was to contact a company to ask about their requirements, is there a best way to phrase my enquiry so to avoid sounding a fool for not knowing their requirements beforehand, and is it usual to start such an enquiry with "Dear Sir/Madam..." if there is no apparent named person to contact?

    • Dblacker:

      I have contacted a company and they have stated what software type they use for their work. I have expressed an interest in developing in the area concerned. Would it be a good idea to get some training in this area and once I have some qualifications and/or experience, apply speculatively to the company in case there is a suitable vacancy? They stated there are no vacancies at present but perhaps that will change. Hopefully the fact I have contacted them will show them I am interested in their type of work.

      • Jamie:

        I’ve always thought that you’re better off erring on the side of more than less training. So in your case I would definitely look for some training course and up my game. Over the years I’ve also learned that spontaneous applications (as they call them) are not necessarily in vain. Companies don’t always publicise their offers as sometimes they rely on other channels to find their new team members. In any case, if your CV is interesting for them, they often keep it and approach you whenever a vacancy opens. Best

    • Dblacker:

      I was told the company I contacted used Revit and BIM software, are there any courses in this area I could take which will not interfere with my current job (i.e. online or evening courses)? I sent them an email asking for advice on what courses to take, but am weary that may have been a mistake as it may have not given the right impression.

      • Jamie:

        No idea about courses. But in any case, I see no problem in asking. Ideally they should be aware that you're looking for the info yourself as well, more than anything, so that they see that you're a resourceful person and can fend for yourself. Cheers

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  • CAD jobs Michael

    I’m a self-taught 3D designer, I enjoy drawing images and in general I love the creative process. I just turned 18 and I’d love to get a part time job in the world of design. Can age be a problem, among other things because I haven’t yet had the time to take any course?

    • James:

      Since you can start as an apprentice, you shouldn’t have any problems. In fact it’s great to have a real world job while studying as that way you can decide whether or not what you’re doing is your thing.

      • Michael:

        Uh, I hadn’t looked at it that way, but what you say sounds like a v good idea. Truth is that I wasn’t considering furthering my studies unless it was the only way, but maybe it is not such a bad idea.

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