DescriptionPosition Summary: The CAD Archivist position is responsible for the development and maintenance of data related to the Space and Property Management Information System (SPMIS) in Facilities. Responsibilities of this position are to provide the University and the Facilities Organization with Computer Aided Design (CAD), Computer-Aided Facility Management (CAFM) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS), knowledge and support. This position is a one year term appointment and will report to the Assistant Manager for the Space and Property Management Information System in Facilities Information Technology. The CAD Archivist will also collaborate with the GIS Analyst about the support, maintenance and the development of the University Space and Property Management Information System which includes, but is not limited to all Princeton holdings and related real estate assets. The CAD Archivist will set and maintain the standard for the integration of digital information into the campus graphical database for buildings and topographic features. This position will also collaborate to the support, maintenance and development of all web based systems and information produced by SPMIS and other Facilities and University departments by providing graphics support on the creation and maintenance of a variety of thematic campus maps and specialized plans.
The CAD Archivist will maintain an inventory of 1500+ AutoCAD floor plans for all campus holdings; which are the basis of the Archibus Space Management System and collaborate with the Archibus administrator about the support and the development of the University Space and Property Management Information System. The CAD Archivist will prepare annual maps and drawing documentation, working with Facilities and University departments to provide graphics support on the creation and maintenance of a variety of thematic campus maps and specialized plans. The CAD Archivist will fulfill requests for the creation of drawings and maps in a variety of formats that include, but not limited to: AutoCAD, Illustrator, PhotoShop, Acrobat and PowerPoint.
This is a one-year term, benefits eligible position.
Essential Qualifications: Experience with computer software including AutoCAD and related AutoDesk software, MS Office Suite and Adobe Products is required. Must be familiar with architectural and engineering disciplines and drawings, and have a working knowledge of building design and construction process. Ability to configure and operate large format plotters, which includes modifying pen and plotter settings utilizing varying plot sizes and media types.
The finalist will be required to successfully pass a background check.
Education Required: High School or Equivalent
Preferred Qualifications: Experience installing and configuring AutoDesk software is preferred. Candidate will be a self-starter, detail oriented with excellent communication skills and capable of functioning in a dynamic and challenging environment.
Comments related to end date: This is a 1-year term position
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