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Fire & Security Estimator

£38,000 to £40,000
Job Type
7 Sep 2022
Fire & Security Estimator-Glasgow-£40,000 DOE CBW has an excellent new opportunity for an Estimator to join the Fire & Security team at a leading FM company. Below details the duties of the role and its amazing benefits including a great pension scheme and private health care. Key responsibilities: Carry out site surveys as required Prepare and assess the requirements for producing tenders and budgets, establishing associated costs. Produce Go No Go approval in line with contracting standards Interpret information and price accurate bills of quantities/pricing documents. Identify and understand different forms of contracts, their interpretation and legal obligations Develops rates, prices and incentive schemes for inclusion in tenders, in accordance with commercial strategy Understand the insurance coverage to protect the position of the Company, mitigating risks. Have an understanding of the application of bonds, warranties and guarantees coverage to protect the position of the Company, mitigating the risks. Negotiate and establish agreed terms & conditions with the client in collaboration with the commercial team Produce commercial bids and documentation for approval of the Commercial Review Board (CRB) Understand the impact on risk producing Risk Registers for CRB review Obtain best pricing from supply chain partners for the appropriate resources, goods and services for the tender/estimate, in line with budgetary provision. Compliance with contracting standards, job costs, expected/minimum margin to ensure profitable returns to the business. Prepare and return accurate and quality tender / estimates within the required deadline. Liaise and collaborate with other departments including Bid, Design, Commercial, Finance, Co-ordination, Purchasing, HR, Estimating, etc Create reports for senior management Other duties as required by the senior management team.Occasional Allied Duties Carry out staff appraisals for managers who are direct reports setting out training and development programs as required.Production and maintenance of a regional management succession plan ensuring all training and development requirements to maintain the plan are implemented. Office Manager Page 2 of 3 10 December 2014 Health & Safety All staff are required to fulfil their legal duty to take reasonable care for the health and safety of themselves and others who may be affected by their acts and omissions, and to follow all guidance and instructions given in this respect. Further details regarding Health & Safety responsibilities are set out in the Health & Safety Policy.Person specification: Essential Possess clear and confident written and verbal communication skills. Knowledge and skills to effectively problem solve. High level of self-motivation, can do attitude, organisational ability and drive to meet deadlines. Demonstrate a commercial awareness within the fire & security / electrical industry. Fire & Security estimating experience. Completion and submission of Quotations, Bill of Quantities and tenders documents. Experience negotiating within Fire & Security industry. Intermediate computer literacy Microsoft Applications.Desirable: Higher National Diploma (HND) in Construction or Building Services or recognised equivalent in a related disciplineBenefits: Salary of up to £40K DOE Private health care Birthday off plus 33 days holiday Gym/Child care vouchersApply below or email me at (url removed)
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  • Job Reference: 706350242-2
  • Date Posted: 7 September 2022
  • Recruiter: CBW Staffing Solutions
    CBW Staffing Solutions
  • Location: Glasgow
  • Salary: £38,000 to £40,000
  • Sector: Engineering
  • Job Type: Permanent