BIM Coordinator - Required for Market Leader Fit Out Contractor - Cent

Posted on Jan 20, 2019 by Anonymous

London, London United Kingdom
Construction & Architecture
Immediate Start
£20k - £25k Annual
Full-Time
SSA are recruiting on behalf of one of the leading Market Leader Fit Out Contractors in The U.K.

They are currently seeking a BIM Coordinator to be based from their Head Office in Central London.

You will be responsible for providing site based, project focused BIM Management and BIM Coordination role for our construction projects. Your responsibilities will cover various BIM Management/Coordination elements for the lifecycle of a construction project, including work winning, the design phase, the construction phase, handover and soft landings.

The ideal candidate will come from an Architectural background or similar.

The successful applicant will have:

* Relevant BIM Qualifications/Courses

* Experience implementing BIM within the construction industry

* Good 3D technical proficiency producing models with Revit or equivalent

* Good clash detection experience (Navisworks/Solibri)

* Competent in use of Common Data Environments such as Viewpoint 4 Projects

* Experience of building regulations and planning approval process

* Knowledge of COBie

With an industry-leading package and exceptional training, this is your chance to develop an exciting and varied career path in a family-owned company which treats its people with courtesy and respect.

This is a chance to work for one of Ireland's and The U.K's Leading Fit Out Contractors.

I look forward to hearing from you

Reference: 614596724

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