Many of us work with users who assist in the support of our AutoCAD efforts. You may call them SuperUsers, Liaisons, CAD Representatives, CAD Assistance or some other name. They typically do not work for the CAD Manager but are involved beyond the level of CAD User.
Below is a list that I have used to outline the duties and responsibilities that I wpould expect from someone in this position.
Project CAD Coordinator (as assigned)
- Represent your project to Management, Clients, and CAD Support
- Set up project areas
- Brainstorm new ideas to get things done
- Oversee Project kickoff
- Insure compliance with Client Standards
- Police the CAD files on projects.
- Keep your eyes and ears open for problems
- Do not ignore problem areas or people
- Develop, Refine and Maintain the CAD standard
- Correct problems
- Provide feedback on the CAD Standards
- Help in defining and refining the standard methods of production
- Discuss CAD issues with Project Managers
- Communicate with clients on Project CAD related issues
- Pass on information gathered at CAD Rep meetings to your department
- Train others in your Office
- Distribute training information to others
- Assist in developing curriculum for training
- Demo and test software
- Recommend purchases
- Keep your eyes open for new tools
- Help Create custom tools
- Set up standard methods of production
- Get trained before others
- Stay in the loop with new software tools
Do you have any further areas that should be added to this list?