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Microstation Technician 2D & 3D

Undisclosed Company
Warrington, Cheshire
£35000 - £40000 per annum + benefits & flexible working
Closing date
10 May 2021

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Microstation Technician.

£35,000 - £40,000 (+ flexible working).

With multiple sites in the UK and an order book bursting with contracts, our client is a leading civil, structural and geotechnical engineering consultancy with a great reputation. This forward-thinking practice houses some of the best names in the industry; all attracted to the business by its great company culture, un-matched career development opportunities and access to a diverse range of exciting projects.

Due to the acquisition of several major new contracts; coupled with strategic expansion, my client is now looking for a 2D & 3D Microstation Technician to join their talented team in Cheshire. The role will encompass a wide range of projects, including the design of bridges, station platforms, station buildings, drainage, line-side infrastructure and temporary works. Projects can range in size & duration, so a varying range of project experience & portfolio evidence would suit the requirement of the Client.

Ideally you will be :

  • an experienced Technician, who is proficient in the use of 2D and 3D Microstation software (or similar)
  • background in working on structural rail projects of a variety of size & cost
  • open to considering similar people, with transferable PWay experience, who are keen to further develop their expertise.

For this role, my client is offering a starting salary of £35,000 - £40,000, plus an excellent benefits package, flexible start-times and the opportunity to work several days per week, from home.

If this sounds like your next exciting move, then click apply now for immediate consideration or discuss further.


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