Come join one of the Best Places to Work with an incredibly positive company culture, interesting projects, and very supportive teams!  

Note: We are able to fill this position at either our Sacramento, CA office or our Reno, NV office. 

Wood Rodger’s primary goal for the CAD Technology Group is to optimize CAD use within the entire company.  As a Technology Integration Engineer, you will be tasked to support all Wood Rodgers engineering staff in the use of CAD software employed in civil engineering design and plan production tasks. This includes one-on-one support, workflow research and development, software research and development, training and training documentation, and software data integration between a variety of applications, including GIS.  A Technology Integration Engineer listens to staff needs and implements solutions to meet those needs, whether found in the marketplace or created internally. 


What you will be doing:

  • Primarily support and train staff in the use of Autodesk AutoCAD Civil 3D.
  • Provide support and train staff in use of:
    • Autodesk AutoCAD
    • Autodesk Infraworks
    • Bentley Microstation
    • Autodesk Plant3D
  • Interfacing with staff to develop software processes and workflows.
  • Developing training materials based on workflows.
  • Create software deployments for Autodesk products.
  • Work with IT department to deploy new software and upgrades.
  • Develop and manage CAD Standards.
  • Program and maintenance custom applications built on top of AutoCAD and Civil 3D.
  • Develop and integrate data migration processes between a wide range of engineering and GIS software.


The Ante:

  • 6+ years of experience using Autodesk AutoCAD Civil 3D.
  • 3 years of experience using Autodesk Infraworks.
  • Strong knowledge of civil engineering design fundamentals.
  • Bachelor of Science from accredited institution or equivalent work experience


What it takes:

  • Strong knowledge in reading and understanding construction plans.
  • Willingness to learn and master new software applications.
  • Patience when working with others.
  • Attention to detail, thoughtful and thorough.

Things we’d like to see

  • B.S. in civil engineering.
  • Professional license valued.
  • Experience with Esri applications.
  • Programming skills within .NET languages (C# preferred)


Our CAD Technology Group is highly regarded within Wood Rodgers.  Check out this employee testimonial on how important the group is to our Engineers:


“The CAD technology team here at Wood Rodgers is at the cutting edge of their field, frequently programming new and exciting 3D software tools. The CAD team is integral in moving the company forward and works directly with the project teams to produce models and plans in an efficient and competitive manner. Keeping with the Wood Rodger culture, not only is the team excellent at their jobs but they are excellent to work with and excellent to be around.” – Mike R, Civil Engineer, Wood Rodgers

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