Responsible for initiating and developing engineering drawings through completion for assigned projects in conformance with the requirements, applicable codes, and design criteria established by the project’s discipline engineers.
Under direct supervision, completes design assignments of moderate complexity.
Under general supervision, develops engineering drawings of moderate complexity.
Applies a solid level of understanding within a specific discipline.
Familiar with codes, permits, and software applications related to the discipline.
Understands the process of preparing designs and drawings using project specifications and discipline-associated written and verbal instructions in accordance with established design practices, standards, and procedures.
Basic understanding of Engineer’s process of performing and verifying design calculations to support the overall project design.
Fully understands the purpose and use of vendor documents and reviews discipline supplier documents for accuracy.
Basic knowledge of the use of requisitions and the role of materials management.
Assists in the collection of data on manpower, man-hour, and labor costs requirements for design staff to aid in evaluating the budget.
Basic knowledge of cost estimating methods and performs material take-offs for the discipline.
Intermediate knowledge of discipline’s materials costs and concept of cost analysis and forecasting.
Basic knowledge of the project change control process and can identify a potential change.
Basic understanding of the discipline’s equipment and material lists.
2-5 years’ post-graduate experience as an Urban Designer, Architect or Landscape Architect.
Bachelor’s degree in Architecture or Landscape and Master’s degree in Urban Design, Landscape Architecture or Architecture.
Expertise in Adobe Design CS, AutoCAD, and Sketchup or Rhino.
Strong attention to detail.
Excellent organizational skills.
Be able to work as part of a multidisciplinary team.
Good writing and oral communication skills both in English and Mandarin.