Our weekly round-up of relevant news for the BIM centric…
Scape and the missing link in Level 2 BIM compliance
Will the new Level 2 BIM mandate promised by Scape create the missing link in the drive for good BIM? Read more here.
HELP FOR JOB HUNTERS:
Useful resources for finding a good job, getting an interview and nailing it:
1: Finding a good job
Good BIM jobs are scarce as you can see on our opportunities page but there is increasing optimism. To make sure you have the best choice we have started inviting clients to promote their opportunities here as well. As optimism converts into opportunities you will start to see them all here.
2: Getting an interview
The market has never been more competitive. Your CV has to differentiate you. With over 30 years’ experience, Mike Johnson (JohnsonBIM) has put together the 9 golden rules to make your CV stand out from the crowd.
See our latest tweet for the shortened version in slides.
3: Impressing at interview
If you have got this far, your CV has helped differentiate you and the employer is obviously interested. Interview better than anyone else and the job is yours. With remote interviews increasingly being the trend, Mike Johnson shares his golden rules on how to impress in a remote interview.
For more interview tips from the experts and understanding ‘likeability’, click here.
…AND IF YOU CAN’T FIND A JOB
Let the work find you. In a risk averse market, with unpredictable workloads, clients feel more comfortable hiring freelancers. Last month we launched the BIM Experts Directory to help BIM Experts set up and promote their freelance services.
The website lists your details (anonymously if you wish) for clients to find you easily and contact you directly when they need BIM expertise on-demand.
If you would like to find out more about the BIM Expert Directory, you can read more here.
Featured events coming next week
- The Festival of BIM & Digital Construction has a couple of panel discussions next Thursday.
- The next webinar in the CDBB Digital Twin Talks Series is being held next Tuesday – “Digital Twins Why Now?”
- The Digital Built Environment Institute continues its Data Day Online 2020 webinars until next Thursday.
For more information, visit our events page.
Have a great weekend and stay safe. Don’t forget to tune in next week for our latest salary tracker update!
All the best
The dbec team