The purpose of this procedure is to define the authorities, responsibilities, principal duties, reporting relationships, and measures of performance for the role of Construction Estimator.
Position Title – Construction Estimator
Hourly wages, commensurate on experience/abilities
Fair Labor Standards Act Status – Non-Exempt or Exempt
Date of Position Opening – April 2020
The primary responsibility of the Estimator is to estimate work for construction projects by gathering proposals, blueprints, specifications, and related documents. Additionally, responsibilities include estimating labor, material, and time requirements in order to compute overall project cost. Selecting, measuring, and tracking important metrics as well as periodic site visits are also part of the Estimator’s duties. The Estimator creates and presents reports to upper management. The Estimator assists the Superintendent in providing consistent, high-quality, cost-effective, and timely deliverables and products. Contributes to environmental stewardship and a work culture focused on health and safety.
Strong customer service, Positive attitude, Highly motivated, Superior problem-solving skills. Proven ability to work in a team environment. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to perform tasks with a minimal amount of supervision. Ability to perform physical tasks. Ability to use tact and diplomacy when dealing with co-workers, county officials, the general public, etc. Demonstrated ability to comply with appropriate safety regulations.
Valid Drivers’ License, with a good driving record.
The Estimator will take primary direction from the Superintendent and President.
Authority will be determined as job skills and requirements are assessed.
RESPONSIBILITIES & PRINCIPLE DUTIES
Perform, organize, and document as directed by Superintendent and President.
STANDARDS OF PERFORMANCE
The job performance of the Estimator will be determined by a company-wide peer review, administered by the President.