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Estimator

Job Description:
This is a permanent, full-time position offering a great salary, a benefits package, and a fun and friendly work environment! Responsibilities : o Analyze revisions and estimates for any inaccuracies and immediately inform the Supervisor if any inaccuracies do arise.
o Organize job folders and arrange cost analyses in the computer by summarizing the materials, amount of labor, subcontractors, equipment, and other costs.
o Create spreadsheets and construction documents by inputting and executing take-offs.
o Participate in required meetings and make copies of plans and documents.
o Ability to understand the scope of work to bid and communicate with customers and employees.
o Acquire bids from contractors and pricings for materials.
o Keep an up to date weekly bid schedule to ensure that estimates are completed on time.
Requirements : o At least 5 -8 years of experience/training in a related field.
o Proficiency in Microsoft Office.
o Knowledge of Estimating software (highly desired).
o Able to read and understand blueprints, operating and maintenance instructions, safety requirements, and procedure manuals.
Company Description The Cameron Craig Group is an executive search firm representing job openings in virtually every industry and job function across the country.
We combine the efforts of over 1200 recruiters throughout the US.
Together, we represent thousands of job openings and enter dozens of new jobs per day.
When you apply online, your information will forward to the recruiters handling those jobs.
If you are a close match, they will contact you to discuss the positions and employers in detail and then work hard to get you interviews ASAP.
All the best in your search!

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