BIM Technician ( Bentley OpenBuildings Designer)
Architectural | London | Full Time
Grimshaw's London studio is seeking an experienced Bentley OpenBuildings Designer Technician / Technologist to assist with the delivery of a landmark infrastructure project.
The most successful candidate should have experience using OpenBuildings Designer within a practical environment ideally within a large infrastructure or transport project.
- Be capable of coordinating a drawing package in conjunction with the other design consultants
- Work collaboratively within a technical team
- Excellent OpenBuildings Designer and Microstation skills
- Demonstrable ability to prepare detailed working drawing packages (Plans, Sections, Elevations, Schedule and Details)
Known not just for our landmark designs, we have built a reputation for our convivial and democratic studio environments: we actively encourage creativity and innovation from every member of staff. We are connected globally, with over 500 employees in 7 offices across the world, and offer opportunities to work collaboratively with colleagues overseas. We want our staff to be fulfilled and grow during their time with us: the key to our continuing success is working with and engaging the most talented people we can find.
For all of our roles, strong communication skills and an understanding and appreciation of our design ethos are crucial.
We are committed as a practice to achieving only net-zero carbon ready designs by 2025: sustainability is at the core of all our work, regardless of location. All our staff are expected to help us realise this ambition by engaging in training and discourse.
Grimshaw is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome people from all backgrounds and recognise that in order to be successful, we need to create an inclusive environment where everyone can reach their potential and succeed.
Any offer of employment with Grimshaw will be conditional upon you having the right to work in the UK.
The practice is currently working remotely however you will be expected to be able to return to the Studio, albeit in a flexible capacity, in the future.