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Building or civil engineering technician

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            Building and civil engineering technicians perform a variety of technical support functions to assist civil and building engineers.

            Current Entry Requirements

            Entrants usually possess a relevant BTEC/SQA award or an Advanced GNVQ/GSVQ Level III. The status of engineering technician is obtained after a period of further training at work and upon gaining the membership of a professional engineering institution.

            Typical education level:

            Level 1-3

            Typical Tasks

            • Sets up apparatus and equipment and undertakes field and laboratory tests of soil and work materials.
            • Performs calculations and collects, records and interprets data.
            • Sets out construction site, supervises excavations and marks out position of building work to be undertaken.
            • Inspects construction materials and supervises work of contractors to ensure compliance with specifications and arranges remedial work as necessary.

            Desired Skills

            Reading Comprehension
            Active Learning
            Critical Thinking
            Active Listening
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            An -2.5% fall in employment is expected by 2018 in the East Midlands.







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            Company: Mattinson Partnership

            Location: Nottingham


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            Location: Derby


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