BIM Manager - NYC

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BIM Manager - NYC

Postby Leadmark » Fri Oct 03, 2008 9:08 pm

The Position: We are looking for a Digital Design Manager to direct BIM implementations, workflow standards and research.

Essential Functions:
Needed to design, generate and document Revit content, procedures, utilities and installs/deployments.
Willingness and ability to help staff in a professional/courteous manner, create and keep documentation up-to-date, and run regular training sessions.
Will be tasked with defining the Revit workflow to continue our transition to the BIM process from AutoCAD (with assistance from the existing AutoCAD Manager).
To provide Digital Design support (Revit, Navisworks, 3Ds Max, SketchUp) for staff in all offices via a web-based help desk system.

Excellent written and verbal communication skills a must.
Experience in Revit required.
Experience in 3Ds Max, Navisworks and/or SketchUp very helpful.
Experience with CAD standards creation and documentation very helpful.
Experience training others in group settings very helpful.
Experience in AutoCAD helpful.
Experience with Autodesk network-based deployments, network license management and customizations helpful.
Experience with macros or scripting to automate tasks a plus.

For immediate consideration please send a resume to Michael Anderson at If you have questions please call Michael at 800.493.0864 Ext. 4.
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