Architect or Architectural Technician

Our client is currently seeking a suitably qualified and motivated Architect or Architectural Technician with Microstation proficiency to start initially on a 6 month contract.
Our client offers training in the latest technologies and software such as Scanning, Pointclouds, Pointools, Cloudworx, etc.
Whilst the initial engagement is on a six monthly basis, this role is expected to be on-going and may suit someone looking for a longer term engagement.
You will be responsible for:
  • Preparation of Architectural drawings in Microstation for Airport infrastructure and Retail Tenancy shop fit-outs
  • Preparation of all relevant project documentation
  • Project presentations and audits of existing transport buildings and infrastructure
  • Interpret Architectural ‘As Built’ data and transpose this information into the relevant databases 
Ideally you will have:
  • Excellent Microstation experience and skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills are highly desirable.
  • Demonstrated experience at preparing Reflected Ceiling Plans, Retail Tenancy Drawings, Lease Plans and drawing presentations with a preparedness to also undertake spatial database checks, updates and maintenance using laser scanning technologies.
  • Strong knowledge of relevant Australian codes and standards.
  • A proactive attitude and a strong work ethic.
  • Strong organisational skills and ability to meet demanding deadlines at times.
  • A strong customer-focus and a willingness to work within and contribute to the team outcomes is essential.
  • Must be able to undergo police security checks & pass Drug & Alcohol testing
  • Must be self-motivated, and have a flexible and proactive approach
  • Skills/knowledge in building services such as Electrical/Mechanical/Fire/Hydraulics would be highly regarded. 
Please contact Michael Higgins at Ignite on (02) 8515 2705 for further information and/or email updated resume as a MS WORD document and clicking on the APPLY button below
Sydney (Mascot)
Construction & Architecture
Michael Higgins