BIM INSIGHTS : JULY 2020
This month: Launching a one-stop website for all BIM jobs
A BETTER WAY TO FIND BIM JOBS
The Government has just launched a Job Help campaign to mitigate a widespread redundancy wave, providing a central repository for all available jobs in critical sectors.
Next week we launch a centralised portal designed specifically for our digital built environment industry, to contain all available BIM jobs and maximise their publicity.
We’ve started inviting all participating employers to list their jobs for free for the next three months, so BIM specialists can see all the opportunities in one place. Read more here.
STATE OF THE NATION
…what’s relevant behind the scenes…
Good news from No.10
No.10 is being re-assuringly pro-active. For the latest updates on plans to boost recovery in the construction industry, read The Great British Bounce Back Bulletin.
BIM – the new normal
A personal perspective from Mr. Smith on how the industry can benefit from remote working and the challenges in making it happen. Read the blog here.
BIM EXPERTS DIRECTORY UPDATE
We have had a very encouraging response to the launch of the BIM Experts Directory from clients and freelancers alike. Despite over 70 applications in the first week, less than 25% have made it through our quality assurance so far.
To find out more about our introductory offers, free profile-writing service and support for starting up your consultancy, read the full article here.
If you want to research the pros and cons of setting up as a freelance BIM Expert, we have useful information on the BIM Experts Directory website.
c/o Johnson BIM