Estimator / Site Supervisor, Moncton, Black & Mcdonald Limited

Published 2022-08-13
Expires 2022-09-13
ID #1125433773
Estimator / Site Supervisor, Moncton, Black & Mcdonald Limited
Canada, New Brunswick, Moncton,
Published August 13, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Estimator / site supervisor

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Black & McDonald's Atlantic team is growing! If you are an independent, enthusiastic, and driven professional searching for an opportunity to build a solid foundation for your career, this position is for you.

We are actively seeking an Estimator / Project Coordinator to estimate, plan and execute projects in accordance with Corporate Policy. To be responsible for the safe execution of Civil / Electrical Utility projects including managing project budgets, schedules, supervising direct civil labour and coordinating subcontractors.

Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Identify business opportunities
Estimate projects and change orders
Review and understand all tender related documents
Collaborate with legal at time of tender and award
Maintain project-related documents
Plan, prepare, monitor, and manage construction schedule and milestones
Manage construction scope, including cost, quality and schedule parameters/risk management
Ensure quality standards are met
Establish and maintain excellent relationships with all stakeholders including Black & McDonald team members, clients, consultants, trades, subcontractors, vendors, suppliers, and the community, while keeping them informed of relevant information
Compliance with environmental, safety and Black & McDonald standards and policies
Coordinate and manage contracted services, equipment and material
Interface with construction and commissioning
Closeout activities with project acceptance; and
Other duties as assigned

Provide project status reports to team members and stakeholders as required
Communicates Effectively
Customer Focus
Problem Solving and Innovation
Teamwork and Collaboration

Civil Technology or Civil Engineering Degree. Construction Engineering Technology or Construction Project Management or equivalent years of experience in the field.

3-5 years of experience in the Civil or Utility Industry would be considered an asset
Experience working with B2W, Accubid or similar estimating software would be considered an asset
Experience working with JD Edwards or similar enterprise resource planning software would be considered an asset
Construction scheduling, planning, and execution.
Safety oriented.
Project civil design interpretation.
Business operations processes.
Established division practices, procedures and techniques.
Organization and time management.
Willing and able to travel throughout New Brunswick and PEI as needed.
Experience in the utility industry.
Intermediate user of:
MS Office (Word, Excel, Project)

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