Lester Building Systems, LLC

Architectural CAD Designer

Job Location US-IL-Charleston
Regular Full-Time
Engineering Service Technician


****$1,500 Sign-on Bonus****

Architectural CAD Designer

Do you want a small company atmosphere with excellent growth opportunities? The heritage and history of Lester Buildings is one that our employees take a great deal of pride in. Lester Buildings Systems, LLC is a privately owned company with nearly 150,000 Lester buildings dotting the American landscape. It has been our employees' innovation and commitment to quality that has grown the company from its modest beginnings to being an industry leader with multiple manufacturing and construction locations.

Our success is based on "people" who have a "can do attitude". Lesters' is constantly seeking forward thinking individuals to design, market and produce our wood frame building systems. Our ability to attract and develop management and professional talent for the many functions of Lester Building Systems is what makes us the market leader.  
Lester Building Systems has an exciting Architectural CAD Designer opportunity in our Charleston office.


Architectural CAD Designers are responsible for preparation of construction drawings, shop orders and bill of materials.  Coordination of scheduling to meet customer, purchasing, manufacturing and construction needs.


  • Ideal candidates for our open Architectural CAD Designer positions will have a degree in Computer Aided Design or Construction related field, with experience using AutoCAD software.
  • 2-3 years of Drafting or work related experience.
  • Experience with Estimating is a plus.  
  • Excellent attention to technical detail and thoroughness is critical.
  • Strong communication and computer skills.
  • Must be highly motivated and the ability to work a s a team player.


Pay is competitive and based on experience. Full-time employees will also receive a full benefits package. Come join our team and help build someone’s dream!


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