1. Project management training with 5 years marine project or production experience. Degree in Naval Architecture, Civil, Structural or Mechanical Engineering preferred. 2. AT LEAST 3 years of related experience as an Estimator. 3. Or, PMI certification or equivalent.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: This position is responsible for the following: Other duties may be assigned. 1. Reviews estimates and revisions for completeness and accuracy. 2. Reviews construction documents and understands scope of work to bid. 3. Executes take-offs of documents. 4. Inputs take-offs into computer spreadsheet. 5. Obtains pricing for materials. 6. Obtains bids from subcontractors. 7. Prepares cost analysis in computer by recapitulating material, labor, equipment, subcontractor and overhead costs incurred in the installation of items. 8. Where predetermined standard(s) are not available, makes an estimate. 9. Informs immediate supervisor of any observed inaccuracies or omissions in quoted items or computer database. 10. Tracks actual costs on ongoing jobs. 11. Maintains and fosters good subcontractor relationships with Company’s core values in mind. 12. Assists in writing and “buying out” contracts and is involved in the approval process. 13. Tracks trends in the market pricing and escalation. 14. Researches cost of new items of work or new material. 15. Reviews and evaluates Requests for Estimates. 16. Prepares weekly bid calendar and ensures timely completion of estimates. 17. Creates job folders. 18. Develops and maintains resource information on products, vendors, subcontractors, government requirements, etc. 19. Attends departmental meetings as required. 20. Photocopies documents and plans. 21. Works with Project Management to development job/plan. 22. Attends continuing education meetings. 23. Provides training to junior-level employees. 25. Performs other duties and services to ensure a successful project is delivered and client is satisfied. 26. Maintains excellent attendance and punctuality.