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ssires
Posts: 26
Registered: ‎01-07-2004
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CADD OPERATOR

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03-31-2006 08:45 AM
CADD OPERATOR (#BLV601)
Are you seeking an exciting opportunity in a dynamic firm? If so…
we are seeking a CADD OPERATOR looking for challenges and opportunities.

Parametrix, a premiere NW engineering, planning and environmental sciences consulting firm, is accepting resumes for a CADD OPERATOR in our Bellevue, WA office. We are seeking professionals who have their associate/technical degree or will have completed their degree within the next 6 months. This position has the potential for a flexible employment schedule. Using MicroStation and Autodesk products, the successful candidate will provide drafting assistance on transportation, site, civil, utilities and environmental engineering related projects. Must work in accordance with established CADD procedures, be team-oriented and possess excellent communication and client service skills. Candidates with an associate/technical degree, 0-2 years of related drafting experience; proficient in MicroStation and/or AutoCAD 2004 and additional design software and/or previous civil engineering drafting experience are encouraged to apply.

We have an employee ownership culture where we seek and value the ideas of employees and challenge each other to reach our greatest potential. Parametrix offers an exceptional benefits package, exciting project work and a corporate commitment to work/life balance. If the above description sounds like you, please submit a letter of interest and resume through our website.

www.parametrix.com

Parametrix
Inspired People… Inspired Solutions… Making a Difference

Equal Opportunity Employer
*TRJ
Message 2 of 10 (418 Views)

Re: CADD OPERATOR

03-31-2006 01:38 PM in reply to: ssires
Would you settle for a draftsman?

wrote in message news:5128448@discussion.autodesk.com...
CADD OPERATOR (#BLV601)
Are you seeking an exciting opportunity in a dynamic firm? If so.
we are seeking a CADD OPERATOR looking for challenges and opportunities.

Parametrix, a premiere NW engineering, planning and environmental sciences
consulting firm, is accepting resumes for a CADD OPERATOR in our Bellevue,
WA office. We are seeking professionals who have their associate/technical
degree or will have completed their degree within the next 6 months. This
position has the potential for a flexible employment schedule. Using
MicroStation and Autodesk products, the successful candidate will provide
drafting assistance on transportation, site, civil, utilities and
environmental engineering related projects. Must work in accordance with
established CADD procedures, be team-oriented and possess excellent
communication and client service skills. Candidates with an
associate/technical degree, 0-2 years of related drafting experience;
proficient in MicroStation and/or AutoCAD 2004 and additional design
software and/or previous civil engineering drafting experience are
encouraged to apply.

We have an employee ownership culture where we seek and value the ideas of
employees and challenge each other to reach our greatest potential.
Parametrix offers an exceptional benefits package, exciting project work and
a corporate commitment to work/life balance. If the above description
sounds like you, please submit a letter of interest and resume through our
website.

www.parametrix.com

Parametrix
Inspired People. Inspired Solutions. Making a Difference

Equal Opportunity Employer
Active Contributor
ssires
Posts: 26
Registered: ‎01-07-2004
Message 3 of 10 (418 Views)

Re: CADD OPERATOR

03-31-2006 01:49 PM in reply to: ssires
Hello TRJ,

If you have an interest in the position I would be happy to talk to you.
Steve
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tkdkid1
Posts: 8
Registered: ‎03-30-2006
Message 4 of 10 (418 Views)

Re: CADD OPERATOR

04-01-2006 10:09 AM in reply to: ssires
Steve,

what do you mean by "potential for a flexible employment schedule"

Mark
*Tom Engdahl
Message 5 of 10 (418 Views)

Re: CADD OPERATOR

04-03-2006 11:01 AM in reply to: ssires
Temp or part time???

Tom


wrote in message news:5129419@discussion.autodesk.com...
Steve,

what do you mean by "potential for a flexible employment schedule"

Mark
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ssires
Posts: 26
Registered: ‎01-07-2004
Message 6 of 10 (418 Views)

Re: CADD OPERATOR

04-03-2006 03:52 PM in reply to: ssires
Hello,

"potential for a flexible employment schedule" as an employee at Parametrix and in particular for this position means that you may have hours flexible enough to pursue continuing education and/or work around other scheduling conflicts that you may have outside of the traditional 8 to 5 work day.

Benefits are available for part time work, specifics can be found on our website or by contacting Parametrix directly.

Thanks for your interest.
Steve

Steve
*Peter
Message 7 of 10 (418 Views)

Re: CADD OPERATOR

04-04-2006 05:17 AM in reply to: ssires
Conflicts outside of 8am-5pm! That doesn't seem that flexible to me?? Do
other companies expect that you have to work outside of those hours?? I'm
in Canada so excuse my ignorance of the American work ethic.

Regards Peter.

wrote in message news:5130668@discussion.autodesk.com...
Hello,

"potential for a flexible employment schedule" as an employee at Parametrix
and in particular for this position means that you may have hours flexible
enough to pursue continuing education and/or work around other scheduling
conflicts that you may have outside of the traditional 8 to 5 work day.

Benefits are available for part time work, specifics can be found on our
website or by contacting Parametrix directly.

Thanks for your interest.
Steve

Steve
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lneufeld
Posts: 306
Registered: ‎11-24-2003
Message 8 of 10 (418 Views)

Re: CADD OPERATOR

04-04-2006 06:33 AM in reply to: ssires
I know some people here in Saskatchewan that work "flex" time. Basically they have to make up 40 hours per week and they can do that whenever they want - if they choose to work 8-5 ok, of if they work 4 10 hour days no problem.

I think this is what Steve means when he says flexible employment schedule. But I think that it could get misconstrued as "work when we tell you"
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ssires
Posts: 26
Registered: ‎01-07-2004
Message 9 of 10 (418 Views)

Re: CADD OPERATOR

04-04-2006 06:46 AM in reply to: ssires
Hello again,

Thank youi Ineufeld, the word "outside" was a poor choice on my part. You are correct that the intent is to have the 40 hours or less for part time help to be flexible; start time and end times can be what works for the employee.

Steve
*Peter
Message 10 of 10 (418 Views)

Re: CADD OPERATOR

04-04-2006 07:26 AM in reply to: ssires
Ahhh - that is better! You never know. I always hear nightmare stories
about long work weeks and no holidays from employers state side. I work in
an office that is like that. As long as the work gets done we pretty much
work as much or as little as needs allow. Sounds like a good place to work.

Regards Peter.

wrote in message news:5131170@discussion.autodesk.com...
Hello again,

Thank youi Ineufeld, the word "outside" was a poor choice on my part. You
are correct that the intent is to have the 40 hours or less for part time
help to be flexible; start time and end times can be what works for the
employee.

Steve

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