Computer Aided Design (CAD) Superintendent
Job Description/Key Resonsibilities
G.P.L Inc. invites applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill the impending vacancy of Computer Aided Design (CAD) Superintendent – within our System Planning & Design Department – Middle Street, Georgetown.
Under the general direction of the Senior System Planning & Design Engineer, the incumbent will be responsible for preparation, and management of engineering drawings and administration of the Drawing Unit.
KEY RESPONSIBILITY AREAS:
- Plan, organize and conduct field data capture surveys.
- Supervise updates for the Transmission & Distribution Network drawings and other company drawing records.
- Prepare Single line and Master Diagrams for newly added infrastructure to the Transmission and Distribution System.
- Provide CAD Technical support to the Senior System Planning & Design Engineer.
- Develop Shift Cycle Rotas in consultation with other departments
- Develop, review and recommend procedures and controls for CAD drafting, plotting, scanning and other relevant innovative technology.
- Prepare monthly reports
- Manage the welfare and development of subordinates to improve their efficiency and productivity.
- Promote compliance with Company Rules and Regulations.
- Perform other duties that may be assigned to you within the scope of your employment, from an Authorized Officer.
Required Qualifications and Experience
Associate of Science (Architectural and Building Technology) or Diploma in Architectural Drawing from the University of Guyana or an equivalent Institution plus certificates in Auto-cad with eight (8) years relevant experience.
Technician Certificate in Architectural Drawing from the G.T.I. or its equivalent and Apprenticeship Training in Electrical Discipline plus certificates in Auto-cad with a minimum of twelve (12) years experience.
How to Apply
Applications should be submitted to the Deputy Human Resources Manager, Guyana Power & Light Inc. 257/259 Middle Street, Georgetown not later than August 06, 2019.