Electrical Estimator

Company Name:
Malace HR
Gather information; communicate with supervisors and persons outside the organization; schedule work and activities; establish and maintain relationships.
Analyze technical data, designs, or preliminary specifications; bid electrical or construction projects; compute cost estimates of electrical or construction projects; confer with vendors and sub-contractors; convert design specifications to cost estimates; estimate costs of materials, labor, production, time, installation and repair; identify suppliers; interpret schematics and blueprint specifications; prepare periodic reports, understand technical manuals; use computers and other electronic equipment; use appropriate software; use statistical cost estimation methods.
High School diploma required.
Associates degree or higher in electrical, construction management and/or similar field(s) preferred but not required.
Should have some emphasis on business administration, operations management, and business / commerce.
2-4 years in Electrical Estimating with increasing responsibilities.
Should have knowledge or competencies in building and construction; design; mathematics; language; and public safety and security.
Skills should include reading comprehension; critical thinking; coordination and instructing.
Abilities should include oral expression and comprehension; problem solving; reasoning; clarity and recognition of speech, and written comprehension.

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