The CAD Geek is seeking employment

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image After spending nearly 6 years with some of the most talented engineers I know, this past Wednesday was my last day at Timmons Group in Richmond, VA. In my role as Design Systems Specialist (Assistant CAD Manager), I had the privilege of supporting more than 200 civil engineering CAD professionals. In those six years there were plenty of days I left the office exhausted, a handful of days/nights I never left as to meet a deadline (all time record of 31 consecutive hours), and even the occasional support call at midnight. Still I returned to the office everyday excited about the work I did, and even more excited to work alongside people I considered friends more so than co-workers.

As I conclude 6 of the most spectacular years of my professional life with Timmons Group, I shift my focus towards the next chapter of my professional career. I am currently seeking employment in CAD Management or as an Application Engineer with a reseller. I prefer to remain in the Richmond, VA area, but welcome opportunities telecommuting to areas outside of Richmond. You will find my resume attached to this blog post, and I invite you to download and share it with your friends.

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While I am only a few days into my job search, I am deeply humbled by the outpouring of support many of you have already given me. Thank you so much for your support! Words truly cannot express my appreciation for your kind words, glowing recommendations, and overall encouragement.

11 thoughts on “The CAD Geek is seeking employment

    • As you might expect, the economy as made searching for employment fairly challenging. I feel fortunate to have promising dialog with a number of firms in the Richmond, VA area. Although some of the opportunities I am pursuing have cooled down a little, no one has really told me no, but also no one has told me yes. I'm still rather optimistic something will materialize into something before long, but only time will tell if my suspicions are correct.

    • As you might expect, the economy as made searching for employment fairly challenging. I feel fortunate to have promising dialog with a number of firms in the Richmond, VA area. Although some of the opportunities I am pursuing have cooled down a little, no one has really told me no, but also no one has told me yes. I'm still rather optimistic something will materialize into something before long, but only time will tell if my suspicions are correct.

  1. Sorry to hear that Donnie. I know how you feel. In August I was laid off. i didn’t find a job until this March! Next week, we start working only four days a week and in familiar territory. Good luck. The only thing that should keep you from working is the lack of jobs. Your skill set and work ethic are among the best in the business.

  2. Sorry to hear that Donnie. I know how you feel. In August I was laid off. i didn’t find a job until this March! Next week, we start working only four days a week and in familiar territory. Good luck. The only thing that should keep you from working is the lack of jobs. Your skill set and work ethic are among the best in the business.