Construction Estimator wanted immediately: APPLY HERE
The Estimator Position works closely with Project Managers to determine the costs associated with completing the scope of work in a tender. This positions is responsible for completing quantity take-offs, preparing cost estimates, organizing bid bonds, communicating with sub trades to determine the financial needs of completing a project.
Key Responsibilities: The responsibilities of the Estimator include, but are not limited to: Estimating
Assess the type of tender, client and closing date of tender to determine prioritization of all tenders.
Analyze drawing, specifications and other documentation to prepare comprehensive cost estimates.
When necessary, refer to previous projects of similar nature for cost comparison.
Use Mathematical equations to determine the quantity of material needed by calculating width, length, depth and density.
Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the scope for specific skills assigned.
Prepare, issue, receive and review supplier and subcontractor proposals and pricing.
Coordinates with the client on all changes in scope, questions or clarifications regarding the work, during the bidding process.
Acts as a resource to project management during the award / start-up phase to clarify any issues regarding what was considered in the estimate including materials and methods of construction;
Reviews budget and project profitability status and goals with supervision and project team as required. Seeks input on corrective measures to continuously improve the identification and accuracy of cost figures;
Acts as a resource for project management by providing cost information and developing cost estimates for changes in the work, during different construction phases;
Other Estimating duties as required.
Must ensure a solid understanding of, and comply with the principles of the company’s Code of Ethics.
Must examine situations in light of the principles of the Code of Ethics.
Conduct site inspection for tender understanding, analysis of conditions and assessment of risk and identification of activities that may or may not be shown in tender documents.
Attend and participate in onsite meetings with clients, owners, representatives, staff, sub trades, contractors, and other project stakeholders.
Other onsite inspection duties as required.
Assembles bid-files including all development information that was utilized in preparation of the estimates.
Maintain up-to-date and accurate contact information for suppliers, sub-contractors and clients.
Deliver bids on time for tenders closing.
Other administrative duties as required.
Participate, accept, and adopt the principles described in the company safety program.
Work in a safe, responsible manner to not intentionally or unintentionally injure oneself, or endanger the well being of others.
Participate as an integral member of the team, and contribute towards the success of the organization, which may involve the provision of other technical and administrative support, as required.
Collaborate with any project teams on other special initiatives, as required.
Job Type: Full-time
Construction Estimating: 7 years (Preferred)
Estimating: 5 years (Preferred)