Standard Occupational Classification (SOC): Architectural and Civil Drafters
Architectural and civil drafters are professionals who create technical drawings and diagrams used in the design and construction of buildings, roads, bridges, and other structures. In the healthcare industry, architectural and civil drafters may be involved in creating drawings and diagrams for healthcare facilities, such as hospitals, clinics, and nursing homes, and for other types of buildings used by healthcare providers, such as medical office buildings or research laboratories. They may also be involved in creating drawings and diagrams related to the construction or modification of roads, bridges, and other infrastructure that may be used by healthcare providers or patients. Architectural and civil drafters in the healthcare industry typically have a background in drafting or a related field, and they may be employed by architecture firms, engineering firms, or other organizations. They may be responsible for creating detailed drawings and diagrams using computer-aided design (CAD) software and other tools, and for ensuring that the drawings and diagrams are accurate and meet industry standards. Architectural and civil drafters may also be required to be licensed or certified in order to practice, and they may be required to complete ongoing continuing education to maintain their license.
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