CAD Administrator

Recruiter
Fuel Recruitment Limited
Location
Birmingham
Salary
£20000 - £25000/annum
Posted
09 Jul 2017
Closes
08 Aug 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Job title: CAD Administrator

Salary: £20,000 - £25,000 DOE

Location: Birmingham

Contract: Permanent

Myclient is a leading automotive tier 1 supplier who work with some of the most prestigious names in the industry. Due to growth, they are urgently looking for a CAD Administrator to join their engineering team. The main purpose of the role is to support the product Engineering Manager with Technical Administration relating to the product design activity and control and distribution of all product design data.

Candidates must possess:

* A technical engineering background and be comfortable in dealing with the associated administration.
* Experience of working within an automotive engineering environment.
* Knowledge of BOM structures and CAD systems.
* Full, clean UK driving licence.

Key responsibilities

* Coordinate all CAD data transfers in and out of the business for all customers and suppliers.
* Monitor all customer portals and email notifications for the latest updates and any changes. Communicate these as appropriate within the internal structure.
* Maintain all CAD and Drawing files on the server to ensure clear and accurate data availability by customer, by product.
* Translate all necessary CAD data into Spinfire 3D format to enable it to be shared with all members of the team.
* Work with all Technical and Engineering staff to ensure the latest Spinfire viewers are available and support their wider use within the team.
* Take responsibility for the generation and maintenance of all Engineering BOMs.
* Take responsibility for uploading onto SAGE all manufacturing BOMs; based on the engineering BOMs and structure within the rules and requirements of operational logistics function.
* Maintain all BOMs in line with engineering changes.

Applications are being reviewed immediately so please forward your CV as a matter of urgency