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A large privately held electrical and data contractor is seeking AutoCAD Drafters/Operators for a long-term exciting project. Main responsibilities will include preparing and revising drawings in AutoCAD, creating schematics, equipment schedules, and managing file locations, etc. Qualified candidates must be experienced in AutoCAD 2014 or 2015 and must be able to interpret MEP drawings. Industry d...
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Posted Fri 2nd October
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