Mechanical Estimator - Northampton | Briggs & Forrester

Mechanical Estimator - Northampton

Company: 
Briggs & Forrester (Special Projects) Ltd
Role: 
A mechanical estimator is required to send out enquiries to suppliers and sub-contractors. Take-off the drawings and input into ESTIMATION (Training given). Carry out an analysis of received quotations to ensure the equipment / specialist is compliant with the tender information. Complete a tender analysis including preliminary costs. Take the master tender letter and summary and customise them to suit the requirements of the submission and more importantly incorporate any specific clarifications that are poignant. Input the relevant details in the database to ensure others are kept up to date with its progress. Chase the project until won or lost, completing the tender notes in the enquiry database.
Location: 
Northampton
Reports To: 
Chief Estimator
Qualifications: 
Maths, English Language
Attributes/Skills: 
A good attention to detail, Articulate, Good communicator, competent with Excel, Word & E-mail, keen to learn, Works well under pressure, Good team player but must also work under their own initiative being self-motivated.
We Offer: 
Competitive salary, Company Car/allowance, Pension scheme, 25 days holiday excl. bank holidays/year.
Please Apply To: 
Neil Wyatt, Chief Estimator

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