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Our Vacancy

BIM Manager

  • Fixed-Term Contract /
  • Al Khobar
  • 03/03/24
  • On site

Finding solutions to climate change is the priority of the 21st century, and means switching to low-carbon energy. At Assystem, our mission is to accelerate the energy transition worldwide. To achieve this, our 7,000 Switchers combine their historical engineering expertise and project management with digital technologies.


In our 12 countries (Europe, Middle East, Asia) of operation, we are working on the production and distribution of low-carbon electricity, through the development of nuclear and renewable energies. We are also supporting the modernisation and development of energy grids, managing the setup and siting for new transmission and distribution networks, and using hydrogen to decarbonise the transport and industry sectors.


Job Description

ROLE PURPOSE:
A BIM manager is a professional responsible for the implementation and management of Building Information Modelling (BIM) in the construction industry. They work with a variety of stakeholders, including architects, engineers, contractors, and owners, to ensure that BIM is used effectively throughout the project lifecycle.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES & ACCOUNTABILITIES: 
Developing and implementing BIM standards and workflows: The BIM Manager is responsible for ensuring that all team members are using the same BIM standards and workflows. This helps to ensure that the project information model is accurate and consistent, and that it can be easily shared and used by all stakeholders.

Managing the BIM project team: The BIM Manager is responsible for managing the BIM project team, which may include BIM Specialists, BIM Coordinators, and other technical staff. This includes assigning tasks, providing training, and ensuring that the team meets deadlines.

Providing BIM support to clients and consultants: The BIM Manager is responsible for providing BIM support to clients and consultants. This may include answering questions, providing training, and helping to resolve issues.

Advocating for BIM: The BIM Manager is responsible for advocating for BIM within the design office and with clients. This includes educating stakeholders about the benefits of BIM and how it can be used to improve the design and construction process.

Staying up to date on BIM trends and technologies: The BIM Manager is responsible for staying up to date on the latest BIM trends and technologies. This helps to ensure that the design office is using the most effective BIM tools and techniques.

• Creating and managing BIM documentation: This includes creating BIM Docs and BEP, 
schedules, and reports.

Managing the BIM data exchange process: This involves ensuring that BIM data is exchanged between different software platforms and stakeholders.

Conducting BIM training: This may include training clients, consultants, and staff on how to use BIM software and workflows.

Managing BIM projects: This includes planning, scheduling, and tracking BIM projects to ensure that they are completed on time and within budget.

KEY RESULT AREAS:
• Generating the Pre-contract and Post Contract BEP
• Generating the BIM Documents: MIDIP, MDS, MBS and update them during the project 
Lifecycle.
• Generating the General Clash Matrix and detailed clash matrix
• Generating the required Parameters (LOI) 
• Provide the required technical advice for the team members.
• Creating and publishing the Federated Mode
• Folder structure in required CDE (e.g.: BIM 360)
• Ensure the implementation within the standards BS EN ISO 19650
• Run and prepare the QA/QC checklist to be used for different BIM software (e.g.: Revit)
• Working closely with BIM coordinators, who are responsible for producing project information models.
• Initiating Coordination meetings on weekly basis to check Clashes, Discipline Models, Visual Coordination, QA/QC check list for the different BIM software Internally.
• Publish the Models on BIM 360
• implement BIM training modules for key staff and maintain training Courses.
• participate in the process of developing BIM standards for projects and to publish these 
standards as ASR standards for BIM.
• Provide Technical Assistance for the BIM lead for each department to create their library of families, 3D objects, templated and save these libraries as standard ASR BIM Library
• Prepare validation reports for milestone BIM package submissions.
• Produce and deliver submission drawings and 3D models in various formats including CAD, PDF, Revit, Navisworks and IFC
• To manage and comply with Cobie and Asset register requirements of the project. Manage the design team to deliver this requirement.

 

 

Job-Specific Skills:

• BIM software proficiency: BIM Manager need to be proficient in using BIM software such as Autodesk Revit, Navisworks, and Dynamo. They should be able to create and manage BIM models, and they should be familiar with the latest BIM standards and technologies.
• BIM workflows: BIM Manager need to be familiar with the different BIM workflows used in the construction industry. They should be able to select the right workflow for the project, and they should be able to train team members on how to use the workflow.
• BIM standards: BIM Manager need to be familiar with the latest BIM standards. They should be able to ensure that the project complies with the relevant standards, and they should be able to train team members on the standards.
• BIM data management: BIM Manager need to be able to manage BIM data effectively. They should be able to store and organize BIM data, and they should be able to share BIM data with team members and stakeholders.
• BIM visualization: BIM Manager need to be able to visualize BIM models. They should be able to create 2D and 3D visualizations of BIM models, and they should be able to use visualizations to communicate with clients and stakeholders.
• BIM cost estimating: BIM Manager need to be able to estimate the cost of BIM projects. They should be able to use BIM models to create accurate cost estimates, and they should be able to factor in the cost of BIM software, training, and support.
• BIM coordination: BIM Manager need to be able to coordinate BIM models with other project data. They should be able to ensure that BIM models are accurate and consistent with other project data, and they should be able to identify and resolve clashes between BIM models.
• BIM documentation: BIM Manager need to be able to create BIM documentation. They should be able to create BIM drawings, schedules, and reports, and they should be able to use BIM documentation to communicate with clients and stakeholders.

Generic Skills: 
• Technical skills: BIM Managers need to have a strong understanding of BIM software and 
workflows. They should be able to create and manage BIM models, and they should be familiar with the latest BIM standards and technologies.
• Communication skills: BIM Managers need to be able to communicate effectively with a variety of stakeholders, including clients, consultants, and staff. They need to be able to explain complex BIM concepts in a clear and concise way.
• Problem-solving skills: BIM Managers need to be able to identify and solve problems with BIM models and workflows. They should be able to think critically and creatively to find solutions that meet the needs of the project.
• Leadership skills: BIM Managers need to be able to lead and motivate a team of BIM 
professionals. They should be able to set clear goals and expectations, and they should be able to delegate tasks effectively.
• Project management skills: BIM Managers need to be able to plan, schedule, and track BIM projects. They should be able to identify and manage risks, and they should be able to make adjustments to the project plan as needed.
• Business acumen: BIM Managers need to have a basic understanding of business concepts, such as budgeting, estimating, and risk management. This will help them to make informed decisions about BIM projects and to communicate effectively with clients and stakeholders.

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Qualifications:
B.sc in Architecture / Engineering.

Years of Experience/ Sector
10 to 15 years. (5 to 10 Years for Saudi)

We are committed to equal treatment of candidates and promote, as well as foster all forms of diversity within our company. We believe that bringing together people with different backgrounds and perspectives is essential for creating innovative and impactful solutions. Skills, talent, and our people’s ability to dare are the only things that matter !. Bring your unique contributions and help us shape the future.

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