Timber Frame Designer
£25-35,000 depending on experience
Full time, permanent
Growing timber engineering company seeks a further Timber Frame Designer to join their small but very busy team. They are currently enjoying their busiest period ever, and 2021 is looking very promising.
In addition to your design/drawing duties, you will also be preparing cutting lists and schedules for the factory and the construction site, and responding to technical queries from your colleagues and your clients. You will be involved in the project from the day it’s a confirmed sale to the completion on site.
- Experienced in designing for system buildings, ideally timber frame
- Able to use industry specific software (eg Mitek Woodengine, hsbCAD, Wolf, Consultec etc) would be advantageous, but you MUST be able to demonstrate your abilities in AutoCAD
- Accustomed to working on the complete build from conception to completion
Whilst a remote-based Designer would be considered, there is a strong preference for you to be based in the office.
As a Timber Frame Designer with this business, you will be working with one of the most sustainable and energy-efficient materials around. This role will give you exposure to some interesting projects, both locally and further afield in the British Isles, as well as working with some of the larger Housing Developers and Construction Companies. Your projects could range from one-off bespoke residential projects to some large developments and you will be able to see the project through from quotation stage (estimating, client liaison) through to manufacturing and installation. This forward-thinking company is ambitious to grow in both its projects and its product portfolio and committed to providing training to grow into the role.
If you feel you are the right person for this role, please apply or call Sue Eustace for further information (your call will be treated with the strictest confidentiality).
Key skills: Designer, Technician, timber frame, timber engineering, ewp, Mitek, Woodengine, AutoCAD, Wolf, hsbCAD, Consultec