£35,000 - £45,000
about 1 year ago
I've put people with this company who have gone from earning £29,000 as junior to £50,000 in the space of just over 2 years.
The first thing they do with you is invest heavily, by training and drilling you in the software and application of BIM.
Next you get tutored on how to deliver training programmes yourself before being thrown into it.
You've got to be approachable, charismatic, commercially aware.
Over time you'll become a true expert, over and above what you thought was possible.
Eventually, you'll be dropped into AEC companies large and small as a consultant. You'll be finding BIM Management solutions for them as well as keeping an eye on their ability to use the software.
First though you'll be mostly a Revit trainer. You'll do this at your clients offices, in your own office or in a large rented venue.
You'll get to know everybody remotely involved in BIM the scene in the region and get a good grasp of the national scene too. You might even become a name yourself given time.
This will involve a bit of travel. Maybe 3 - 5 nights month, all expensed. But who doesn't want to see what Hull or Milton Keynes has to offer amongst other locations!?
The first step is getting in touch with Matt at Aspirant Careers.