Saturday, 3 September 2016

CGC Recruitment,Civil Drafter Jobs in Australia



  • Young company with experienced staff
  • Outstanding portfolio of land and urban development work
  • Exciting growth plans and the chance to accelerate your career
The Company

Formed nearly two years ago by an influential and well respected name in the civil engineering industry, it is no surprise that they have enjoyed a meteoric rise to sustained success.  From small beginnings they have grown to a team of 12 and there are plans to further grow their team this year due to large numbers of project wins.

They are located in modern offices in Sydney's Norwest and so boast the benefit of being outside of the CBD and easily commutable from many suburbs.

The Role

As part of these on-going growth plans, the next key hire is that of a Civil Drafter on a permanent basis.  You will work closely with the Director and Engineering Manager and as the company is looking to expand further, this is a great opportunity to accelerate your career with genuine opportunities for progression and development.

The Responsibilities


You will be responsible for utilising AutoCAD to deliver a range of land and urban development projects.  The majority of your work will be on subdivision projects and these will range in size from 20-500 lots.

The Requirements

As the successful candidate, you will be able to demonstrate:
  • 3 years + of civil drafting experience across land and urban development projects
  • Australian engineering design consultancy experience
  • Strong AutoCAD skills
  • Full working rights in Australia
This is a rare opportunity to join a company in the early stages of their development whilst also having the confidence that they have a secured pipeline of work and further sustainable growth plans.  If you apply yourself then there are genuine opportunities to fast-track your career.

For a confidential discussion, please call Steve Morris on 0406 707275.

To apply, please email you resume to me directly - steve.morris@cgcrecruitment.com

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