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Asset Technician (Technical Administrator/CAD Technician)

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About the opportunity: 

We are currently looking for a permanent Asset Technician (Technical Administrator/CAD Technician) to join our growing Asset Adoption department at our Hamilton Office.  

As an Asset Technician, you will support the adoption of Assets into the company by ensuring all asset records are created and updated on 2D AutoCAD As-laids, registered, and stored in the relevant systems and to the relevant standards. 


Have you got the drive to go the Last Mile?  


Your responsibilities: 

  • The progression of submissions and timely processing of all information, identifying areas where data is missing and managing this within service standard requirements. 

  • Verification and control of documentation/drawings supplied by providers of utility networks, allowing Completion Certificates to be issued as part of the asset adoption process.  

  • Create, update, and manage clear and accurate asset record drawings (Multi-Utility As-Laid/As-Built) to Company drawing standards.  Ensuring accurate records are always maintained and in line with procedures for future audit purposes. 

  • Assist with the management and maintenance of the networks by effectively and efficiently controlling asset records within the Company’s document management system and into the relevant project folders for retrieval by internal stakeholders.  

  • Ensure highest standard of customer service by working to agreed business standards of service / SLA’s, ensuring on time, quality delivery to both internal and external stakeholders. 

  • Carry out any other duties which are appropriate to the post as reasonably requested by your Manager. 


Experience / Knowledge: 

  • Fully proficient user of all Microsoft Office packages   

  • Setting and monitoring of KPIs and working to achieve agreed SLAs 

  • AutoCAD proficient (Desirable, not essential)


  • Scottish Credit and Qualification Framework level 5 or 6 (National 5 or 6, Scottish Vocational Qualification level 2 or 3)  

  • or equivalent, and experience of personal development in a similar role 


  • Excellent communication skills and demonstrable ability to effectively manage personal workload and priorities 

  • Organised, methodical approach to work with an eye for detail and accuracy 

  • Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team 


In return of your hard work and dedication, we can offer you: 


Core Benefits: 

  • 25 Days Holiday plus Statutory Days 

  • Holiday Buy Back Scheme (Purchase up to 5 Additional Days) 

  • Up to 7% Employer Pension Contribution 

  • Life Assurance (x4 Annual Salary) 

  • Refer a Friend Incentive  

  • Hybrid Working (3 days in the Office, 2 from home) 

  • Discretionary Bonus up to10 % of Annual Salary 

  • Private Medical Insurance 

  • Company Sick Pay 


At Last Mile Infrastructure Group, we are one of the UK’s largest Independent Network Owners, owning and operating in excess of 500,000 gas,  electricity, water and wastewater connections serving residential and commercial customers. Last Mile Asset Management adopt and operate electricity, gas, water and wastewater, and ground source heat/cooling networks that are designed, installed and commissioned by Lloyds accredited Independent Connection providers (ICPs).

It is our vision to be the UK’s leading independent multi-utility provider. People are our most valuable “asset” and therefore it is our mission to not only attract but retain the best talent to support delivery of our corporate business strategy and share our company’s success. 

At Last Mile, we are committed to fostering an inclusive and diverse working environment, where employee wellbeing is at the forefront in making sure our people feel valued. We provide tailored ongoing training and development, but most importantly, long term career opportunities for you to Grow With Us. If you are motivated to succeed and have a ‘can-do’ attitude, we would love to hear from you! 

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