Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
This position is responsible for the following: Other duties may be assigned.
Prepare competitive fixed price quotations (both labor and material), for maritime ship repair / refit and industrial repair / refit.
Determine work procedures, crew size, machines/tooling, sub-contractors, material, accessories required to accomplish work at competitive price and acceptable margins.
Coordinate with staff and trades as needed in order to gather information and process requirements for accomplishment of work.
Conduct ship-checks / site-checks as required in order to properly scope work.
Obtain accurate bill of material (BOM) quotations in a timely manner.
Maintain relationships with industry suppliers, vendors and clients.
Maintain and update contract pipeline in coordination with General Manager, Program Managers and Chief Estimator.
Build estimates and quotes using approved corporate policies.
Required Education & Experience:
High School Diploma and/or some college or technical training preferred.
3-5 years experience in estimating and planning Marine Industry experience
Shipyard Environment conditions may involve hazardous situations to include:
Fall / Trip Hazards
Confined Space Entry
Loud environments exceeding 40dB
Climbing, crouching, kneeling movements are required
Government and site office access required to obtain drawings, tech manuals, and other technical and planning documentation required for estimating and bidding purposes.
Ability to read and interpret blueprints, sketches, drawings and technical manuals in order to machine parts and products according to specifications.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
High performance and a strong team player.
Ability to work under deadlines and schedule pressures with minimal supervision.
Commitment to company values and safety program
Ability to operate and update Microsoft Office applications, to include Microsoft Project
Pay range: $20-$30