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CAD Operator - AutoCAD Electrical

Job Title: CAD Operator - AutoCAD Electrical
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Stoke on Trent, Staffordshire
Industry:
Salary: £25000.00 - £28000 per annum + Benefits
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: J893550_1509726279
Contact Name: Ben Evans
Contact Email: ben.evans@russell-taylor.co.uk
Job Published: November 03, 2017 16:24

Job Description

CAD Operator - AutoCAD Electrical

Russell Taylor are actively recruiting for a CAD Operator to work for an exciting company within the Oil and Gas Industry. The role focuses on products related to gas flow control, monitoring, data acquisition, remote satellite telemetry and gas emissions monitoring.

Primary Duties:

* Support the E, C & I design department in the production of complete drawing packages including accurate dimensions.
* Using AutoCAD Electrical, be able to -
 Produce fully automated drawings, quickly & accurately making full use of the AutoCAD Electrical Software.
 Develop specialised & appropriately detailed AutoCAD Electrical blocks using the Symbol Builder.
 Lay out accurate electrical and instrumentation panels using the panel builder.
 Develop generic, re-useable circuits using the Circuit Builder function and archive/file them correctly.
* Use Autodesk Vault to control & archive file blocks and templates correctly.
* Run all report types (BOM, PLC I/O Terminals) to verify control system design.
* Assist in developing and maintaining set electrical standards used across the organisation aiming for continual improvement.
* To update and modify drawings in line with the QA procedures where modifications are required.

Secondary Duties:

* To assist and support other members of the CAD department.
* Provide CAD training and mentoring to apprentices & Grads.

Requirements:

* To be proficient in the latest version of AutoCAD Electrical
* To be proficient in the use of Excel and Microsoft Product Range
* To be a team player and support the development of the CAD operations with a personal desire for continual improvement.
* To be able to work on own initiative & prioritise workload.