Entry-level Technical Work

RCS Corporation has an immediate need for?a Design Technician / Drafter in Warrenville, IL.???This is a contract-to-direct hire assignment with anticipated direct hire employment after 6 months.???Our client is seeking?an outgoing, self-motivated individual looking for a company where they can continue to grow their skill set!

NO experience needed! Perfect role to learn Design and Drafting from a well-known company!

Our Client
Our Client provides comprehensive engineering, consulting and automation services to pipelines, utilities and industrial customers.? With first-hand experience operating and maintaining energy infrastructure, over 1,000 professionals provide expertise in Pipeline Engineering, Process Safety Management and Industrial Solutions.

Primary Responsibilities

  • This role requires heavy data entry, primarily in CAD.

  • Calculating lay out rights-of-way and/or street dimensions and angles

  • Constructing dimensional relationships of one part to another and a relationship of various parts to entire project, utilizing knowledge of engineering practices and mathematics.

  • Creating a preliminary and/or final sketch of proposed drawing, using computer-assisted design/drafting equipment.

  • Modifying drawings as directed by engineer or design coordinator.

  • Performing miscellaneous job-related duties as necessary.


  • An Associate of Applied Science degree (AAS) in Design and Drafting Technology.

  • Experience with AutoCAD or Microstation preferred.

  • 0-3 years prior experience preferred in electrical design and/or electrical distribution.

  • Strong work ethic with strong attention to detail and desire to work in a production environment.

  • Excellent attention to detail.

Opportunities with RCS change daily.? For a complete listing of our current openings, please visit our website at?www.rcs.jobs.?

RCS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. RCS provides equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sex?(including gender identity and sexual orientation), national origin, age, disability, veteran or marital status.

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