Civil Infrastructure Technician UK


Civil Infrastructure Technician
Contract type: Full Time
Type: Civil Infrastructure
Location: Plymouth
Opportunity for a Civil Infrastructure Technician to join our established multi-disciplinary team in Plymouth.
Employing over 500 people in multiple locations around the UK, we continue to expand our private and public sector client base by both organic and acquisitive growth. With a pioneering spirit and a reputation for technical excellence, customer surveys show satisfaction levels of over 92% and staff retention is extremely high. We have a vibrant and friendly culture, and offer an extensive package of flexible benefits to suit your individual lifestyle and well-being.
Our Plymouth based team of Structural, Building Performance Engineering, Infrastructure and Geo-Environmental staff service our clients from a converted barn office, just north east of Plymouth, where we have good facilities including car parking. This role could represent a good career opportunity for someone who is locally based and a rare relocation opportunity for someone aspiring to live their life in Devon/Dartmoor/near the coast.
Overview of the role
You will be responsible for delivering technical support to the design of civil infrastructure projects. Working as part of a team within a growing multi-disciplinary consultancy, and operating across a matrix of projects, you will assist with the production of CAD drawings and technical information for a range of housing and commercial development projects.
You will be expected to work in a design office environment but could also play an active role in design and site meetings, site inspections and progress reporting. Good communication and effective liaison with clients, architects, contractors and regulatory/statutory authorities are key attributes. 
HNC/HND or similar technical qualification and experience in a design office environment.
Working knowledge of AutoCAD, WinDES and PDS.
Experience of Section 104, 278 and 38 adoption procedures.
This is a permanent position, offering a competitive salary, 5% employer pension contribution and excellent flexible benefits package.
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