Pape-Dawson Engineers

  • Technician II/III- AutoCAD Civil 3D - Civil Engineering

    Location US-TX-San Antonio
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(3 weeks ago)
    Job ID
    # Positions
    Experience (Years)
    Engineering Support
  • Overview

    This position is responsible for providing technical support to engineers using AutoCAD Civil 3D for commercial and/or residential land development projects. 


    • Prepare and/or revise construction and planning documents as well as exhibits within company standards from redlines for a variety of projects
    • Coordinate and communicate with project team in engineering, production, design and management to meet overall project objectives and deadlines
    • Understand and use established company standards for drafting including layer names, line and character styles, drawings and window names, and file names for sheet layout
    • Analyze sketches, notes and other input material to determine and plan the best approach to develop and complete drawings with minimal supervision
    • Inform Project Manager(s) of progress on assigned projects and request work when needed
    • Maintain organized work area to allow access of project information by other team members
    • Flexible in work assignments and team assignments


    • Associates Degree or Diploma in Computer-Aided Drafting and Design/Applied Science preferably with a civil design specialization
    • 5 years' experience using AutoCAD for civil design
    • Proficient in AutoCAD, preferably with Civil 3D-2012 version and beyond
    • Working knowledge of GIS is a plus
    • Very detail oriented and high quality work product
    • Effective communications skills, both oral and written skills
    • Self-starter
    • Ability to work interdependently within a team environment
    • Must be flexible to changes in work assignments on short notice and/or on a daily basis as changes occur in project workload
    • Must be able to work 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday, with occasional overtime


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