Institute Looking to Hire Professionals with BIM, CAD, GIS Expertise

Institute Looking to Hire Professionals with BIM, CAD, GIS Expertise

WASHINGTON – (RealEstateRama) — The National Institute of Building Sciences is in the process of filling several positions to support federal agency clients. The organization is looking to hire building professionals with expertise in building information modeling (BIM), computer-aided design (CAD) and geographic information systems (GIS).


Eligible candidates will:

  • Have broad experience in developing and implementing information management processes.
  • Be able to utilize their knowledge of engineering, BIM, CAD, GIS and modeling to support real estate, programming, planning, engineering, construction and operations/maintenance activities.
  • Demonstrate broad professional knowledge of the practices and techniques of construction-related information technology tools, such as CAD technologies; design review software and tools; BIM tools; automated facilities management systems; graphic analysis tools and automated model checkers; geospatial tools; federal geospatial data standards; and relational databases for managing and processing data.
  • Display highly developed oral, graphic and written communications skills in order to confer with and advise employees, contractors and government officials.
  • Be able to work full-time in the Washington, D.C. area.
  • Be a U.S. citizen in possession of or able to obtain a “Secret” level security clearance.
  • Be required to travel.

Interested individuals with the required skillsets can read the job descriptions for the BIM Manager and BIM Data Analyst to see the full duties and responsibilities of the positions.

To apply for either of the positions, email a cover letter and resume to "> with “BIM Manager” or “BIM Data Analyst” in the subject line. All emails must be received by Monday, September 24, at 12:00 noon ET.


The National Institute of Building Sciences was authorized by the U.S. Congress in the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, Public Law 93-383. In establishing the Institute, Congress recognized the need for an organization that could serve as an interface between government and the private sector. The Institute's public interest mission is to serve the Nation by supporting advances in building science and technology to improve the built environment.

Through the Institute, Congress established a public/private partnership to enable findings on technical, building-related matters to be used effectively to improve government, commerce and industry.


Phone: (202) 289-7800
Fax: (202) 289-1092

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