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GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CLASS
The ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTER 2 designs and prepares complete construction drawings, specifications, site plans, material schedules, and cost estimates for both new building projects and repair or alteration of existing facilities. Plans are developed from information gathered by the employee through field observations; from notes and sketches provided by agency architects, engineers, or outside contractors; and from conversations with those who will use the completed facility.
This is the second level of a two-level series. This class is distinguished from the lower level by, (1) the responsibility for gathering information necessary for drafting architectural plans, (2) the frequent contacts with persons outside the work unit to gather the information on design requirements, and (3) the independent nature of the work under general supervision.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS
Employees in this class are in regular contact with clients to obtain and clarify information regarding their requirements for the construction project; and frequently will contact architects and engineers to discuss various aspects of the project. Employees occasionally contact local building officials to obtain permits and clarify codes and regulations. They may be contacted several times throughout a project by the contractor to clarify or interpret drawings. Employees also occasionally contact vendors to obtain information or place orders for materials and supplies.
Employees in this class work under general supervision of an agency architect, engineer, or project manager who reviews completed drawings for neatness and technical accuracy. Guidelines used by employees in this class include Federal, State, and local building codes and regulations, the Uniform Building Code, agency rules and procedures, architectural graphic standards, vendor materials catalogues, estimating guides, and structural manuals.
Positions are found in central and remote locations throughout State government (e.g., general government agencies, human or natural resource agencies, correctional, mental health, or higher education institutions, hospitals, etc.). They require the willingness to work within the environment associated with the position's location.
On your application, you must be specific in describing your experience in all areas listed under "To Qualify." Failure to provide this information will result in your application not being accepted.