Designer

Primary Location SA-
ID 2024-2147
Category
CADD
Position Type
Regular Full-Time
Remote
No

Overview

Do you want to build an impactful career to change the world for the better?

 

Applied Technology and Management (ATM), a Geosyntec Company, is seeking an experienced Designer – AutoCAD Civil 3D, BIM (REVIT) to support project needs in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The selected candidate will perform computer-aided design and drafting (CADD) for a variety of coastal, marine, and structural engineering design projects. We are seeking a motivated individual who can develop layouts, grading plans and details for civil engineering projects. Projects also include opportunities to contribute from the conceptual design stage through construction.

 

Geosyntec is an innovative, international engineering and consulting firm serving private and public-sector clients to address new ventures and complex problems involving our environment, natural resources, and civil infrastructure. Our engineers, scientists, technical and project employees serve our clients from offices across the world. Ranked by ENR as one of the top environmental engineering design firms, Geosyntec is internationally known for its technical leadership, broad experience, and exceptional client service.

 

We invest in our people.  Each employee is unique, and your career at Geosyntec will be too.  We offer competitive pay and benefits, and well-being programs to support you and your family.

 

To Learn More Visit: http://www.geosyntec.com/careers/.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Drafting, editing, and finalizing design plans and details using appropriate and efficient methods and adhering to company drafting standards;
  • Understanding and visualizing overall marine/coastal/structural engineering concepts, such as grading, and translating abstract concepts to design drawings;
  • Analyzing sketches, notes and other input material to determine best approach to complete a drawing set;
  • Managing production of drawing sets from creation, markup and modification based on overall design;
  • Assigning work to, mentoring, training, and supervising CADD operators in the preparation of design drawings and details and reviewing completed work products to ensure quality;
  • Assisting with CADD department management tasks including estimating level of effort for CADD-related work; and assisting in the development of file management standards; and
  • Working collaboratively with other Geosyntec CADD practitioners to prepare design drawings and details and reviewing completed work products to ensure quality.

You should expect to work closely with experienced professionals who will guide and integrate you into Geosyntec’s culture, as you advance your career.

Education and Licensure

  • Associate’s degree from accredited university. (required)

Skills, Experience and Qualifications

  • Minimum of 5 years of full-time experience performing related CADD design work in coastal and marine engineering; or equivalent combination education, training, and experience. (required)
  • Proficiency in the use of AutoCAD, Civil 3D (release 2018 or above), REVIT, Navisworks. (required)
  • Designing, drafting and producing 3D models of Marine Structures and Coastal Engineering scope from Concept to Detailed level
  • Experience developing and working with grading plans, cross-sections, alignments, profiles, three-dimensional surfaces, and earthwork volumes for large civil design projects. (required)
  • Experience using/incorporating land or aerial surveying/mapping data and files. (required)
  • Strong reasoning, mathematical, and geometrical skills. (required)
  • Autodesk AutoCAD, Civil 3D, ), REVIT, Navisworks certification (or the ability to become certified within one year of hire date). (preferred)
  • Understanding of Microsoft Office applications, including Windows, Outlook, Word, and Excel. (required)
  • Experience with ArcGIS and MicroStation. (required)

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