Canadian Maritime Engineering
Posting last updated:
May 27, 2022
Duties & Responsibilities
-Review, interpret, quantify, and analyze the work described in technical specification documents, construction plans, regulations, and drawings
-Produce labour, material, and subcontractor price estimates for all required work.
-Develop material take-offs based on drawing review
-Solicit, collect and analyze subcontractor/vendor quotations associated with the assigned proposal
-Provide comparison of cost to perform work in house versus utilization of subcontractors
-Attend pre-bid site visits as required.
-Present estimated costs, risks, and opportunities to management during the final review of assigned estimates
-Estimate cost of change orders as required
-Analyze past project data to determine proper equipment and labour requirements
-Assess risk factors and determine any potential costs and contingencies for bidding purposes
-Collaborate with the engineering team and estimating manager to generate plans and technical proposal details needed to create accurate cost estimates and compliant proposals.
-Develop a detailed itemized listing of required work tasks based on a review of the bid request.
-Develop a long lead and critical material list as required
-Assist with proposal preparations as required
-Review of Government and private industry tenders, specifications, and drawings on a routine basis
-Project quoting, planning, management, completion, and engineering on a variety of shipbuilding, hydropower, fabrication, welding, environmental remediation, and machining projects
-Scheduling and assigning manpower and managing subcontractor performance in an effort to deliver projects on budget & on-time
-Day to day job tracking and discovery
-Enhancing estimating processes by making the estimating procedures more efficient
-Attend site visits and prepare documentation, including but not limited to estimates, tenders, bonds, EOI, LOI, RFP, RFQ, etc.
-Reviewing and updating company Policies, Processes, and Communications
-Lead and communicate with staff, customers, and other support departments to ensure delivery of estimates on time and on budget
Skills & Qualifications
-Must have a minimum of five years of related experience in Marine Construction/Repair and Welding Estimation
-Experience with government procurement RFQs and contracts is considered a strong asset
-Strong communication skills, both written and verbal
-Excellent organizational and time management skills
-Intermediate Microsoft Office skill level
-Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common technical specifications and drawings
-Ability to travel occasionally to complete site visits
Salary: $20.00-$30.00 per hour
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