BIM Engineer

Contact Niamh Kedney
  • Salary: DOE
  • Location: IrelandMunsterCork
  • Sector: Construction & Civils

Our client is seeking a BIM Engineer to join their team in Cork. Our client is an international engineering, procurement, construction management, and validation (EPCMV) firm, working across life sciences, advanced technology and food & beverage industries.

This is a contract role with a strong hourly rate on offer depending on experience.

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  • Relevant level 8 degree
  • 5+ years experience in the Life Sciences industry
  • Experience within the engineering and construction industry, particularly on medium to large capital projects.
  • Proficiency in utilizing BIM software tools, including Revit, NavisWorks, and AutoCAD.
  • Excellent communication skills.


  • Facilitate the establishment of BIM projects.
  • Provide crucial support and administration for a cross-functional project.
  • Ensure seamless integration and interoperability of BIM across internal design teams and external collaborators.
  • Manage and uphold BIM360/ACC models and generate project-specific reports.
  • Guarantee that all documentation and models conform to internal and client procedures.
  • Lead coordination meetings involving project stakeholders.
  • Assume responsibility for the issuance of BIM-related documentation.
  • Define the project coordinate system and assist others in its execution.
  • Deliver training and mentorship, both within and outside of the project.
  • Lead meetings to resolve any emerging issues.
  • Maintain adherence to the BIM Lead RACI framework.

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