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CAD/CAE Assistant Systems Manager / Systems Administrator (10195)

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The Engineering Group CAD Support Team are looking to recruit a CAD Systems Administrator or CAD Assistant Manager, the aim of this role is to provide, maintain and develop all the hardware and software tools in support of engineering design.

The ideal CAD Systems Administrator will come with a CAD design/engineering or CAD administration background including exposure to PDM, preferably with PTC Software. Experience in providing first and second line support to users throughout engineering. Familiarity and usage of CAD packages will be beneficial alongside excellent IT skills. An understanding of 2D and 3D principles, documentation, and willingness to learn and develop their skills and competencies in the CAD environment. The successful applicant will be actively involved with system changes, upgrades for hardware and software & deployment.

For the senior role, the CAE Assistant manager will provide technical support for all CAE Systems in both 2D and 3D disciplines including ongoing systems development and upgrades. An understanding of CAD integration with embedded applications will be beneficial. The ability to troubleshoot and resolve non-routine problems and create written documentation would be required. You will play a key role in training setup and be involved in application evaluation and testing for future upgrades. A minimum of 3 years PDM administration exposure and actively work alongside support team for continuous development and improvement.

A Degree level qualification in CAE discipline or Engineering subject or equivalent experience is essential.

This role will require the individual to work closely with the Engineering Design Staff, which is made up of Mechanical / Electrical / Project Engineers / Designers and other staff involved with CAD/CAE applications.

This is a challenging role requiring good technical and communication skills offering huge job satisfaction, an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic person to contribute to the continued development of engineering design systems in a scientific environment and with an opportunity to progress and develop on your current skills.


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