Categories : Civil Drafting, Structural Drafting, Civil Engineering, Structural Engineering, Electrical Engineering
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES :
Create drawings for telecommunications base stations.
Using a Sites Survey sheet, the candidate will be required to design the layout of a base station, using the correct specifications.
Implement mark-ups for design and as build drawings
Quality control on drawings (self-verification).
Work under on a strict timeline.
Leasing with clients on a regular basis.
Be able to travel and work on site (Clients offices)
KEY PERFORMANCE MEASURES :
Quality of service and responsiveness (adherence to agreed Performance Goals and SLAs)
Proactive and consultative approach with all customers
Ability to operate effectively within the Africa region as well as within a global structure
KEY QUALITIES AND SKILLS :
Excellent organisational skills and co-ordinator
Attention to detail
Be able to follow instructions
Work independently as well as in a team
Effective time management
Good communication skills
Proactive communication with work order initiators
Adherence to company-specific standards and procedures
Computer skills (MS-Office)
Excellent AutoCad skills
Working knowledge of Project Wise
Working knowledge of the Telco work flow
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE :
5 years’ experience minimum in draughting (with Telco projects)
Draughting experience in the following : Structural / construction related drawingsCivilStructuralMechanicalElectricalAutoCAD
Capability to read and understand drawings.
Excellent working ability to create and review Telco related drawings
3D experience will be beneficial (capability to draw plans and elevations)
Experience in Project Management
Experience in telecommunication base stations (Layouts)
Aurecon believes that a diverse work force is key to our business success. We seek the best people for our jobs on the basis of their skills, qualifications and experience.
We embrace the principle of equal opportunity in employment and we work towards eliminating all forms of unlawful discrimination in our employment practices.
In support of diversity and the equal opportunity principle, preference will be given to individuals from designated groups within South Africa.