Revit Technical Support (Architectural, Engineering or Structural)

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    £30,000 - £35,000 + Large Bonuses and Plenty of Incentives

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    Matt Kirk

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    7 months ago

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  • Consultant:

    Matt Kirk

You're one of those annoying people. You're a purist, a geek, you can send anyone to sleep within 10 minutes of them asking you "What is it you do?" Your thing is BIM, and your apparatus is Revit. 

Late at night if you're not at your computer recreating your Minecraft beach house in a 4D environment then your dreaming of new parameter types or something like that. 

If you love Revit, if you love BIM and you want to focus on that, then you probably want to have a conversation with this Consultancy. 

It doesn't matter whether you come from an Architectural or Engineering environment, it's all about the use and understanding of the software, and principles. 

You might think you know a few things now. When you join this business the first thing they do is train, train and train you some more. They need you to be more than just another 'expert'. If the thought of moving away from hands of projects and into a more strategic direction upsets you, becoming a consultant with this organisation isn't for you. 

Calls will come in, your clients have problems, only you can solve. They'll need live software support, project support, will have queries to resolve and questions about implementation, training and the evolving world of BIM and Revit. 

They aren't aiming at someone with 20 years experience, they're aiming for someone with a few years to maybe five or six years experience in the industry and in a good quality BIM environment for this job. They'll offer £35,000, but also plenty of bonuses, incentives, bigger pensions, more holidays and a flexible way to work.

You'll be at the root of a team that comprises day to day technical support (you... for now anyway) through to fully-fledged consultants, in the field helping big companies with their big BIM questions, setting their strategy, implementing training and keeping them up to date with everything that is constantly evolving with Revit and within the BIM world. 

Your career path looks like this: "Revit Technical Support" > "Technical Support Manager" > "BIM Consultant & Trainer" > Associate Partner... Might take you 10 years to achieve. But by the end, you'll probably earn close to, if not six figures. This is all if you aren't poached for a big strategic BIM job in one of the big construction companies before then... which usually happens. 

It's not going to be for every single person out there. But if you love Revit, if you love BIM, if you're interested in being at the forefront of construction TECHNOLOGY rather than a simple implementer of it, then we need to have a conversation.