Manages the content of all Facility master drawing files. Technical resource for all CAD related activities. Utilizes and maintains Facilities CAD standards. Performs varied and complex data analysis, cost tracking, word processing, and/or database assignments. Generates, modifies, and files all project purchase requisitions. Assist department management as needed.
Key Functions Include:
Maintains Facilities CAD master files to ensure they are current and accurate. Routinely updates Facilities drawings, including: architectural backgrounds, electrical, mechanical, plumbing, plant equipment, warehouse racking, fire extinguisher maps, building evacuation maps and emergency maps. Assist Facility Manager with space planning and furniture layouts. Ensures timely drawing updates during construction.
Technical resource for business unit engineers and other Hunter Douglas CAD users. Responsible for distributing drawings to consultants, engineers, contractors, document control and business unit staff.
Maintains and serves as CAD standards administrator including: document management process, standard major/minor disciplines, layering conventions, electronic file transfers, drawing directory structure and electronic deliverables.
Works closely with the Sr. Project Coordinator and Associate Manager, Facilities to produce construction documents, update square footage reports and scribe for construction meetings.
Manages Facilities CAD block library. Creates and or updates all furniture blocks, equipment blocks, architectural symbols, mechanical symbols, electrical symbols, and title blocks.
Assists Project Coordinator with all drawings and project documentation ensures files are accessible and retrievable through the electronic file database and the physical flat file.
Lends assistance in conducting searches for drawings contained within the Facilities CAD system.
Key Qualifications Include:
Solid knowledge of Autodesk CAD 2000-2012.
Basic knowledge and understanding of engineering terminology as related to construction.
Solid knowledge and experience working with the CAD system and Microsoft Office Suite. Is viewed and accepted by his/her customers as one that is credible, knowledgeable, educated and experienced in CAD administration.
Basic knowledge of office space planning concepts and practices.
Solid Skill to assign appropriate priorities to work activities based on schedules and deadlines.
Basic Skill to think strategically and present ideas and initiate those ideas into action that may improve upon system processes.
Skill in developing and maintaining effective work relationships.
Ability to use professional discretion in working with highly confidential proprietary information.
Ability to maintain files in an alphabetical and numerical system.
Ability to perform consistently in a pleasant, customer-focused manner displaying professional demeanor under stressful situations.
Ability to read and understand blueprints.
Ability to use correct grammar in the preparation of written correspondence communicating clearly and concisely.
Ability to work in a self-directed manner with a strong customer service focus.
Acceptable Training and Experience includes a high school diploma or equivalent. 3 – 5 years CAD experience within an Engineering or Architectural firm, or a durable goods manufacturing company preferred. Previous shop floor experience is extremely helpful. A willingness to pursue continuing educational development activities within the area of CAD system is required.
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