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Designer's Ink is a rapidly growing design firm based in Stillwater, Oklahoma.  We have clients all over the United States.  We are currently accepting resumes from those interested in joining our company as a CAD Operator / Drafter.  This person will primarily be responsible for taking designs created by our staff designers and creating construction documents from them using Chief Architect X8.  This includes taking floor plans and adding dimensions and notes, creating interior and exterior elevations, plot plans, electrical plans, foundation plans, and roof plans as well as cabinet, door and window schedules.  This position is open to those wishing to work in our offices or remotely from anywhere in the country.  This is a part-time position and hours will vary based on project volume, but we anticipate about 20-30 hours per week.  Pay is negotiable based on experience and training.  


Those interested should have a good understanding of Chief Architect's abilities to create construction documents, current building codes, and they should have a good work ethic.  We are looking for a long-term member of our team, and there will be room to advance within the company to a Designer position for the right person.  You can check out our website at for more information about our company.  


Those interested should send their resume along with examples of their work to  You can also submit any questions you might have to that same address.















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My name is Douglas Burgmann, and my business name is Accurate Asbuilts & Design here in SW Florida.

I have roughly 8-10 years drafting & design background, and have worked on Chief now for at least 3 solid years

from versions X5 thru X8.

My rates are in the neighborhood of $25 per hour for drafting, but more for the 3D modeling, renderings and layout sheets.

Please contact me , so that we can get introduced and discuss matters further.

I will wait to hear from you?




Accurate Asbuilts & Design

(970)-987-4476 cell



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