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Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Looking to hire a Revit Specialist

Anyone looking for a job in Colorado? Here's a great firm looking for a dynamic Revit user. For the rest of you, take a look at the job of the future. CAD operators take special note of the skills you'll need to start learning immediately. David, good luck finding someone qualified to fit the bill. It's a shame so many people have poo pooed Revit and there aren't enough qualified people out there that can meet the requirements of the job.




Looking to hire a Revit Specialist http://bimmanager.blogspot.com/2010/06/looking-to-hire-revit-specialist.html

Our current Revit Specialist (Kelly Carlson) is moving on to greener pastures pursuing her architectural career (still with Neenan though) and we are looking for someone to take her place. If you are interested please Click here to apply

Summary:

The Revit Specialist is responsible for active, hands-on, assistance to Revit project teams. This will include developing processes, training material, and content, as well as teaching and providing expert advice to individuals and groups.

Primary Responsibilities:

General

  • Improve the quality, practice, and delivery of architecture to our clients
  • Work closely with the BIM Coordinator to understand systems and processes established
  • Maintain high level of competency of software through continued use and training
  • Find creative solutions to users problems through research and development
  • Attend approved conferences, seminars, and workshops for Revit

Training

  • Oversee the training of staff relating to Revit, with developed training processes
  • Provide mock project Revit training for new employees
  • Provide advanced training of mentors
  • Disseminate lessons learned information to staff
  • Conduct inter-office coordination meetings relating to Revit
  • Bring back learning from conferences and disseminating information to appropriate teams
  • Update internal Revit blog

Support Project Teams

  • Set up new files at the request of project teams
  • Monitor project files for conformance to standards and processes
  • Create project specific content at the request of project teams
  • Develop processes to assist project teams in tying LEED design provisions into Revit

Managing Standards and Libraries

  • Document and update standards and best practices
  • Monitor conformance to standards and processes
  • Maintain and upgrade templates and libraries
  • Maintain, organize, and continue to build the Revit content library

Periodic Support

  • Create upgrade and deployment strategies for Revit
  • Work with Autodesk to resolve major technical issues


Qualifications:

§ 3+ years of real world experience, preferably in a Revit Management capacity, using Autodesk Revit Architecture

§ Construction background preferred

§ LEED AP preferred

§ Experience in commercial/medical projects preferred

§ Revit Structure/MEP, Navisworks, AutoCAD, SketchUp and 3ds Max knowledge a plus

§ Communicate well, both verbally and in writing

§ Must have above average troubleshooting skills, strong analytical problem solving skills, and the ability to interpret technical questions

§ Have a special passion for Revit

§ Must be a Revit expert

§ Enjoy helping individuals and teaching groups

§ Understand basic design and building systems

§ Ability to understand all parts of Architectural Contract Documents

§ Experienced at leading and managing people

§ Care about quality



2 comments:

Anonymous,  June 30, 2010 at 11:39 PM  

Hopefully you warn all those individuals whose blog postings you duplicate.. I can see the stacks of resumes they're going to get now..

David Kingham July 1, 2010 at 4:22 PM  

Haha it's ok as long as they have the experience we're looking for. Thanks Greg!

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