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CAD Technician


Murphy Group
Location: London
Job type: Permanent
Sector: Manufacturing
Category: CAD Jobs
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CAD Technician – London

Murphy are looking for a CAD Technician with experience in 2D AutoCAD to join the engineering team at London Power Tunnels Phase 2. An opportunity to assist in the design and creation of a major tunnelling project in London to house transmission cables 30m underground.

What you’ll be doing

* limited responsibility for preparation of design documents.

* limited responsibility for administration and monitoring of Change Controls.

* Involvement in the production of monthly progress report.

* Implementation of minor Temporary Works requirements and associated registers.

* Coordinate with external or in house design teams on behalf of the Design Manager.

* Produce design or checking services to the requisite standards on behalf of the Company.

* Attend monthly team progress meetings

Who we’re looking for

* Experience working in civil engineering on an infrastructure project

* AutoCAD, Autodesk AEC Suite including 2D and 3D, Navisworks

* IT Skills: Microsoft Office, Excel and Word proficiency

* Able to articulate engineering concepts verbally to stakeholders and in written communication

* Based in south east London full-time. Site based excursions when required

The Project

National Grid has agreed a 6-year contract with Murphy to deliver tunnelling and shaft work in the second phase of its London Power Tunnels project. The contract is worth £400 million, and work has started as of March 2020 with offices opening in Bermondsey and New Cross, South London.

The £1bn LPT project will see the construction of a 32.5km tunnel which will house electricity transmission cables 30m underground. The new cables will replace three circuits that currently run under the surface or roads between Wimbledon and Crayford. The replacement tunnel will minimise disruption for Londoners, eliminating the need to dig up the existing infrastructure.

What you’ll get in return

* Dedicated and continued investment in your professional development.

* 27 days holiday, plus bank holidays with the option to buy or sell 2 holiday days

* Discretionary annual bonus

* Above market rate contributory pension scheme

* Private medical

* Company car or car allowance

* Other Murphy benefits include retail discounts and cashback, discounted gym memberships, cycle to work scheme etc

We’re proud to have become the latest employer to #BantheBoxUK and reduce barriers to employment for people with criminal records. Employers often ask candidates about criminal convictions at the initial stage of a job application. If so, people with convictions are often excluded from roles for which they may be qualified and capable of doing.

By signing up to @Business in the Community’s Ban the Box campaign, we have committed to:

* Removing the tick box from our job application forms that asks about criminal convictions

* Considering applicants’ skills, experience, and ability to do the job before asking about criminal convictions

* Ensuring that the circumstances of any convictions are fairly assessed before a decision is made
CAD Technician – London

Murphy are looking for a CAD Technician with experience in 2D AutoCAD to join the engineering team at London Power Tunnels Phase 2. An opportunity to assist in the design and creation of a major tunnelling project in London to house transmission cables 30m underground.

What you’ll be doing

* limited responsibility for preparation of design documents.

* limited responsibility for administration and monitoring of Change Controls.

* Involvement in the production of monthly progress report.

* Implementation of minor Temporary Works requirements and associated registers.

* Coordinate with external or in house design teams on behalf of the Design Manager.

* Produce design or checking services to the requisite standards on behalf of the Company.

* Attend monthly team progress meetings

Who we’re looking for

* Experience working in civil engineering on an infrastructure project

* AutoCAD, Autodesk AEC Suite including 2D and 3D, Navisworks

* IT Skills: Microsoft Office, Excel and Word proficiency

* Able to articulate engineering concepts verbally to stakeholders and in written communication

* Based in south east London full-time. Site based excursions when required

The Project

National Grid has agreed a 6-year contract with Murphy to deliver tunnelling and shaft work in the second phase of its London Power Tunnels project. The contract is worth £400 million, and work has started as of March 2020 with offices opening in Bermondsey and New Cross, South London.

The £1bn LPT project will see the construction of a 32.5km tunnel which will house electricity transmission cables 30m underground. The new cables will replace three circuits that currently run under the surface or roads between Wimbledon and Crayford. The replacement tunnel will minimise disruption for Londoners, eliminating the need to dig up the existing infrastructure.

What you’ll get in return

* Dedicated and continued investment in your professional development.

* 27 days holiday, plus bank holidays with the option to buy or sell 2 holiday days

* Discretionary annual bonus

* Above market rate contributory pension scheme

* Private medical

* Company car or car allowance

* Other Murphy benefits include retail discounts and cashback, discounted gym memberships, cycle to work scheme etc

We’re proud to have become the latest employer to #BantheBoxUK and reduce barriers to employment for people with criminal records. Employers often ask candidates about criminal convictions at the initial stage of a job application. If so, people with convictions are often excluded from roles for which they may be qualified and capable of doing.

By signing up to @Business in the Community’s Ban the Box campaign, we have committed to:

* Removing the tick box from our job application forms that asks about criminal convictions

* Considering applicants’ skills, experience, and ability to do the job before asking about criminal convictions

* Ensuring that the circumstances of any convictions are fairly assessed before a decision is made
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