Job Overview

Toronto, Ontario
Job Type
Full Time
Salary / Compensation
Details Not Provided
Date Posted
1 year ago

Additional Details

Some Exp. Required (2 - 5 Years)

Job Description

We are looking for a BIM Coordinator to join our Toronto or Vancouver office to help shape the way we design excellence. The BIM Coordinator will work in collaboration with the other BIM Coordinators and BIM Managers to help us improve our project workflows, software adherence and library content. We are looking for a BIM Coordinator who can work independently and communicate clearly with project teams.  A good understanding of construction means and methods is essential for developing consistent and thorough content libraries.

Key Responsibilities

  • Coach, mentor and supervise the process of virtually constructing a building with a project team
  • Assist in training and project workflows
  • Develop project specific office content (family) library
  • Collaborate with the BIM team to improve DSA’s current Revit template
  • BIM visual programming platform such as Dynamo is an asset
  • Ensure standards defined on the project BIM Execution Plan and project workflows are adhered
  • Manage project models to ensure a healthy BIM database
  • Conduct Clash-detection and conflict resolution
  • Conduct model data extraction for CoBie and dRofus


  • Minimum 2 year College diploma or University degree from a recognized architectural program
  • 2 years progressive work experience in an architectural office
  • Excellent working knowledge of REVIT and Dynamo
  • Ability to read 2D working drawings
  • Understanding of common building components and how they are assembled to form a completed building
  • Multitasking,  project management and leadership skills
  • Effective communication skills, both verbal and written
  • Comfortable communicating in working groups of various sizes
  • Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office suite
  • Programming background is a benefit but not a requirement
  • Understanding BIM for Facility Management is a benefit, but not a requirement


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