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Job Vacancies > CAE - Graduate Visual Database Modeller

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Job Title: Graduate Visual Database Modeller

Position: temporary/fixed term contract position for 12 months
Salary: c£22,000 + benefits
Department: M3 – Visual Modelling MT&S

Main Purpose of Job: (NB: In addition to these functions employees are required to carry out such other duties as may be reasonably required.)
Responsible for the design of visual databases and the development of 3D visual models according to customer needs using software design tools. At this level the incumbent is working under supervision learning and applying CAE’s various tools, products and methods.
Reporting To: Engineering Manager

Key Responsibilities:
• Learns CAE’s requirements, tools and procedures.
• Collects information pertaining to airport environments for use in developing visual scenes.
• Designs airport features and geographical surroundings using graphic tools.
• Tests visual databases.
• Modifies databases using graphics software tools as requested.
• Create / modify 3D real-time visual models.
• Create / modify visual terrain databases.
• Create / modify texture, colour, light and shading for visual models.
• Tests attributes to ensure models are rendered correctly as part of virtual scenes.
• Modifies visual attributes of models as necessary.
• Create 3D models which support the development and implementation of CAE products, and meet the customer requirements.
• Maintain records of databases produced and provide documentation as required.
• Adhere to all Company and contractual standards, processes and procedures applicable to visual database modelling.
• Any other duties as may be required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
• Graduate in a related discipline or knowledge of cartography would be a distinct advantage.
• Knowledge of database creation preferable.
• Experience of tools as Solid Works or Creo Parametric (3D CAD tools) desirable.
• Interpersonal skills.
• Organisational skills.
• Team working skills.
• Good PC skills (Microsoft Excel, Word, Project).

COMPLEXITY AND CREATIVITY - PROBLEM SOLVING:
• At this level the incumbent is not expected to innovate or solve complex problems without assistance.
• The incumbent should be able to apply their creative abilities to the creation / modification of models and databases.

JUDGEMENTS AND DECISIONS - ADVICE:
• Works under supervision.
• Decisions are made within established guidelines.
• Work is reviewed for accuracy, adequacy and conformance with prescribed procedures and standards.

FINANCIAL INFORMATION:
•Working under supervision, the incumbent will be expected to complete tasks within allocated budgets and timescales.

CONTROL, CONTACTS AND COMMUNICATIONS:
• Some contact with the Project Manager and other people working on the project within CAE.
• Some contact with the external customer at various levels as per the needs of the project.

SPECIAL FEATURES:
• Some activities may require travel within the UK and abroad.
• Some work may be required outside of core hours in order to meet project deadlines.
• Military security clearance required due to access to protected/classified documents.

Applicants should send their CV to uk-recruit@cae.com or post it to:
Human Resources,
CAE (UK) plc,
Innovation Drive,
Burgess Hill,
West Sussex,
RH15 9TW.

Interested? For more information on CAE (UK) visit the website

Posted: 28th April 2013
Closing date: n/a

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