Davis Ogilvie are a group of professional engineers, surveyors and planners who love solving problems and are passionate about all things ‘Land’. We are a one-stop shop that helps our clients maximise the potential of their property or project. We combine our creative thinking, and respect for the environment with outstanding design. About the role
As our CAD Designer you will work closely with the rest of the team on numerous large-scale urban/ land development projects, especially those with a focus on subdivision, infrastructure and road design.
- Design for various infrastructure, subdivisions and roading projects
- Perform 3D design and modelling using Autodesk Civil3D
- Build new CAD models as well working on existing models
- Produce CAD plans/drawings and packages that are accurate and high quality
- Take control of your own projects and self-manage your time/workload across projects
Your designs will support various project’s for local authorities and large developers throughout the South Island.
You will bring:
- 4+ years’ work experience in infrastructure design or land development
- Strong competency with 3D design and modelling using Autodesk Civil3D
- A relevant tertiary qualification
- Knowledge on urban/land development projects ideally focus on subdivisions and road design
- An eye for detail and deliver quality outcomes consistently.
Additionally, you will, without a doubt, possess excellent written and verbal English communication skills, be a strong team player and have an excellent work ethic.
If this sounds like your skillset, you have strong English communication skills and a fun and outgoing personality we’d love to invite you to become part of the ‘family’ at our Davis Ogilvie Timaru office - apply with your CV now. **Due to the Covid-19 pandemic this role is on hold and whilst you are still invited to apply, no candidates will be replied to until after the 8th April 2020.**
Preference will be given to those that have NZ residency/ a valid NZ Work Visa, a current full NZ Driver’s licence and an understanding of the New Zealand statutory and regulatory requirements.