To apply for the Revit Technical Coordinator position, the candidate should have at least three years’ experience working in a design and/or construction firm or a similar in college courses.
A bachelor’s degree in engineering, architecture or interior design or similar clinical experience is desired. Previous experience or knowledge with medical equipment, and/or equipment planning is also desired.
This position needs constant communication (phone, email and in-person) and collaboration with program managers, architectural firms, engineering firms and contractors. It is a crucial support position for a team of equipment planners and needs attention to detail.
The Revit Technical Coordinator should have good computer knowledge in Revit, AutoCAD, Bluebeam and Microsoft Office. Individual should be a ambitious person who has the ability to learn, understand and utilize patented and custom software applications. Besides, individual should contain outstanding oral and written communication skills, a strong detail-orientation, motivation and the aspiration to grow and accept extra liabilities. Outstanding organizational and multi-tasking skills are also necessary. The Revit Technical Coordinator will exhibit the capacity to understand, prioritize and effectively accomplish assignments and satisfy project deadlines.
The main liability of the Revit Technical Coordinator is to create perfect equipment drawings in Revit with the equipment list supplied by the internal equipment planners. It involes updating the Revit medical equipment families to project specifics, arranging them onto the drawings, setting up sheets for Design Development and Construction Document submittals, QA/QC of drawing documents with equipment list and different drawing coordination during the design phase.
Support activities comprise of equipment planning, procurement assistance and project management tasks as required by senior team members.
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