BIM Technologists/BIM Project Specialists - NYC

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BIM Technologists/BIM Project Specialists - NYC

Postby Leadmark » Mon Feb 04, 2008 12:29 pm

Job Description:
Immediate need for BIM Technologists for Midtown Manhattan office of Global AEC/O BIM Services Consultancy for the following related positions: BIM Project Specialists All BIM Related Platforms: Revit, Archicad, Bentley Architecture, ADT, Navisworks, SketchUp, & FM software tools, and similar.

The ideal candidate has outstanding communication & presentation skills, is highly motivated, thrives in a frequently changing work environment, and possesses an entrepreneurial spirit and strong work ethic.

The NYC BIM Technology Team's Primary Responsibilities include: -Coordinate Internal & External Project tasks. -Coordinate services with internal & client project leaders and other BIM leaders. -Develop and coordinate internal & client project BIM standards & quality assurance services. -Development of BIM projects, including detailing, analysis, code compliance & quality assurance (QA). -Develop & provide internal & external BIM training & support. -Develop BIM Knowledge-base using Wiki, Sharepoint, & intranet based tools.

Minimum Requirements:
B./M.Arch or B.S. In Engineering or similar Construction related engineering disciplines.
Experience in concrete & steel frame large commercial and institutional domestic and international projects a plus.
3 years minimum experience in a design technology role such as AEC Project Manager, Project Architect, Job Captain or CAD/BIM Manager, Application Engineer, CAD/BIM trainer or similar.
Revit Architecture, MEP, or Structural project experience and knowledge or very strong knowledge of other BIM tools.

Benefits:
Medical & Dental Insurance
Paid Time Off (Vacation, Holiday, etc.)
401(k) Plan
Direct Deposit
Bonus Program
Professional Development Allowance All Related AEC/O

Disciplines: Architecture, Interiors, Structural & MEP Engineering, Construction Data/Decision Technology, and Building Owner/Operator & Facility Management.

For immediate consideration please send resume to Michael Anderson at michael@leadmarkgroup.com If you have questions please call 800.493.0864 Ext. 4

Employment Type: employee
Employment Status: full time
Salary Range: $75 - $140k
Location of Employment: New York City
Experience Level Required: mid career
Education Level Required: bachelor
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Postby velocity » Tue Jan 13, 2009 2:52 am

This job sounds really good and I love to work in New York City but I already have a job. I will keep this in mind just in case.
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Postby tosha » Thu Jan 22, 2009 1:32 am

This field is my specialty and the offer seems reasonable if ones want to be in NYC. I happened to be attending two New York City Weddings a while ago and had a chance to check out the city. I just realized that living in the city is too hectic and that driving around is too crazy, and so then one probably ends up using
New York City Transportation. I'll pass on the big city even if the job sounds good.
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Postby morris » Fri Jan 23, 2009 2:49 am

This is a very demanding job in a very busy NY city. But the good thing about NYC is that one does not have to worry about not being able to find places with entertainments after a long week of hard work. Entertainments and attractions are everywhere in the city from the Broadway Shows to Nightclubs, ect. I would have applied for the position if it was still available.
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