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Our client is a huge market leader in the environmental, infrastructure, mining, and power sectors working across the globe in every continent except South America and Antarctica. They operate within the consulting realm leading the industry on both public and private projects in design, planning, operation and maintenance.
Due to busy existing work schedules as well as forecast heavy loads our client is looking to expand their Structural Transportation team with a Structural Drafter in their Central Auckland (CBD) office. Your primary responsibility will be to provide CAD support to the engineering teams working on associated transportation/highway structures (including bridges, tunnels, and cut & cover structures).
As a candidate you will have 3 to 8 years of experience in bridge/transport structure drafting using 3D CAD software, with the ideal candidate having knowledge of MX or Inroads as well as experience with industrial structures/buildings to support other teams when required.
In return our client offers opportunities for global travel, assistance with further training, a competitive salary and multiple benefit programs.
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