Architectural BIM Coordinator

  • Kingsley
  • £25,000 – £30,000
Company: Kingsley
Salary: 28,000 – 38,000
Location: Manchester
Contact Name: Paul Carlin
Telephone: 0161 393 9889
  • Anywhere

An opportunity has become available for a competent BIM Co-ordinator to join a leading architectural practice in Manchester.

This BIM Co-ordinator will play a pivotal role in the management and coordination of the practice’s 3D Revit output. You’ll also assist the Design team’s leader to manage all activities to meet the RIBA plan of work levels 1-7.

You will play a key part in the delivery of projects by ensuring consistency. As such, excellent organisational skills will be essential to the success of the role, and the management of templates, components, and checking of compatibility standards will ensure the process runs smoothly. You’ll also be relied on as the go-to person regarding Revit queries, and you will develop excellent relationships with your colleagues and recommend further training via external providers.

The ability to work independently, and make this architectural role in Manchester your own, will provide an experienced BIM coordinator with rewarding and challenging work. Variety will also be provided, working across multiple sectors. Additionally, you’ll get involved in the commercial aspects of the jobs, including fee forecasting, invoicing, and project profitability monitoring.

This role would suit either an architect or an ambitious technician with excellent Revit knowledge, a working understanding of RIBA stages 1-7, and a methodical and detail-focussed approach. If you’d like to progress your career within a leading practice, send your CV today or call Paul for a confidential chat. For more architectural BIM coordinator jobs in Manchester, get in touch with Kingsley.

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