Architectural Technician who wants a Higher Profile BIM Job

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    £38,000 - £40,000

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    Matt Kirk

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  • Published:

    9 months ago

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  • Consultant:

    Matt Kirk

If you’ve been considering moving your career in the direction of BIM coordination or Management then this might be a good step towards that.


Perhaps you want to be viewed more as a Senior Technician in your own right and feel that a move might be the best way to do that whilst improving your salary and commute.


You don’t even need to be an out and out expert Revit user. If you can set up a project at the start then you’re definitely in the right place skill-wise.


You wouldn’t be giving up a day to day technical job. But you will be the practices BIM Champion (or equivalent) and so will have key involvement in every project. It’s fair to say you might just be their most important member of staff.


It’s an ideal position for someone who wants a higher profile BIM job, where currently you might be at a practice where those positions are filled up or they’re not pushing the importance of BIM. If you feel like this might be you, then this might make you feel a bit more satisfied with your career direction.


It could improve your commute if you’re based anywhere in Cheshire and go into another county for work as many do.


This might constitute a good pay rise too. if you’re on anything from £32k - £37k right now you’re likely the right level for this position and could get offered a £3000 - £8000 pay rise overnight.


Whether you’re looking at this because you initially just wanted a reduced commute to give yourself back some personal time, are after a good pay rise or because you’re looking at moving your career in this direction, you have limited time as the employer is hoping to get someone offered within a week or two, applicant depending.