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CADD Technician

The Opportunity

Consor is currently looking for a CADD Technician for the Transportation group for our Boise, ID office. As a dynamic and growing engineering consulting firm, Consor is full of opportunities for career development.

At Consor, we specialize in engineering, construction, and environmental services.  We offer full-service design engineering of complete transportation roadway and structural infrastructure, complex and underwater bridge inspection, load rating, construction management services, water/wastewater/stormwater planning and design, communications, and many other related services for varying project types and sizes for numerous public agency clients.

With over 150 structures, roadway, drainage, and system engineers in the Pacific Northwest and over 200 structural technical staff nationwide, we offer a great experience, capacity, depth of service, and resources to deliver various transportation projects.


Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Drafts detailed drawings using MicroStation or AutoCAD for use in reports for civil/structural transportation projects.
  • Transform initial rough designs/sketches and redlines/mark-ups into finished graphics / construction / inspection drawings.
  • Review engineering drawings to ensure adherence to established company or client CAD standards.
  • Facilitate preparation and review of engineering drawing packages with Project Managers and Design Engineers.
  • Other duties as assigned by the Project Manager or Director.
  • Understand and adhere to project budgets, schedules, and quality control requirements.
  • Work as part of the larger Consor CAD team.


Required Credentials

  • Associate Degree in Engineering Technology or comparable/related (i.e. CADD; Drafting & Design Technology; General Engineering; or Design and Construction Technology) or comparable experience.
  • Understanding of MicroStation and/or AutoCAD software.
  • Ability to manage computer file systems, understand file interrelationships, and customize data within the files.
  • Ability to identify specific information from substantial amounts of related data and written. information such as reports, survey notes, manuals, standard drawings, and specifications.
  • Ability to read and apply the terminology and symbols used in survey notes, plans, shop drawings, aerial photographs/maps to interpret data/information for use in designing construction plans and engineering exhibits.
  • Ability to accurately transfer information in numerical, written, sketched, or electronic format from sources such as legal descriptions, survey data, aerial photographs, and computer files to final plans and engineering exhibits.
  • Ability to participate and work effectively in working relationships with teammates and clients.