Due to continued growth, we need to add to our Autodesk team based in central Scotland.
We are looking for trainers/ support team members familiar with Autodesk programmes, in particular Revit and AutoCAD.
If you love teaching others how to get the most from their CAD & BIM package, troubleshooting and resolving faults, this is a great opportunity for you to get involved in a friendly and growing team based at our Larbert CADCentre.
What skills will you need?
A good, practical knowledge of Revit and AutoCAD - an understanding of other programmes would be an advantage.
The ability to communicate clearly with both individuals and groups to provide the best training experience.
Be able to understand problems, troubleshoot and present solutions to new and existing CAD & BIM users.
Enjoy being part of a hard working and close-knit team with a strong client focus.
Work on your own initiative when needed, with a desire to continue developing your skills and the skills of others.
You will be experienced in using Revit and AutoCAD; experience in other packages is potentially an advantage.
You will ideally have an architectural, construction or built environment background.
Qualified to HND or degree level.
Where will I be based?
You will be based at our CADCentre in Larbert. Some work will involve visiting clients' premises or on occassion our Aberdeen office which will require overnight stays.
If you want to work in a friendly, dynamic environment, have an understanding of the design process and love using the latest CAD & BIM software and helping others to use it, then we'd like to hear from you. Please email or post your CV, together with a short covering letter to: email@example.com or one of our offices
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