Estimator I – Kessler Construction LLC

Job Summary:
In this position, you will be responsible for estimating construction labor and materials costs, and creating
estimates for delivery by the Sales Team. You must have a keen attention to detail and be able to prioritize work efficiently. Interested candidates can email your resume with references to
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Compensation and Benefits:
Competitive compensation based on experience
Health Insurance

Job Responsibilities:
• Analyze and gather project requirements from multiple sources (plans, notes, pictures, etc.)
• Collaborate with trade partners, engineers, draftsman and architects during estimate creation in order to ensure overall accuracy
• Interact with clients to understand and incorporate project requirements
• Obtains bids from trade partners by specifying scope of work and materials to be used
• Analyze trade partner bids to project requirements to ensure compliance
• Estimate materials using takeoff worksheets
• Enter pricing into project job cost worksheets
• Write detailed cost estimates using templates and adding project specific details
• Estimate change orders and process through project management system
• Keeps project progress up to date in project management system
• Maintains quality service by following organization standards
• Maintains price masters by updating information
• Maintain discretion and confidentiality at all times
• Meet deadlines with minimal supervision
• Other duties as needed

Desired Skills and Qualifications
• High School Diploma
• Knowledge of residential and commercial construction preferred, but not required
• Detailed oriented with the ability to focus on quality and accuracy
• Strong math skills
• Interpersonal communication skills, both written and verbal
• Critical thinking, analytical, and organizational skills
• Time management skills – Ability to multitask with multiple projects and prioritize
• Proficiency with Adobe Writer & Microsoft Windows (7 & 10) OS, Word, Excel, and Outlook
• Ability to read blue prints preferred, but not required

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