Estimating Manager EM/159/88
Telecommunications - Utilities and Energy - Construction - Engineering

Job Title: 
Estimating Manager EM/159/88
Job Type: 
Job sector: 
Utilities and Energy
Base Salary: 
Bonus: Annual Benefits: Car/Allowance, Pension, Healthcare
About this position: 


Our client is a leading UK multidisciplined contractor with a reputation for Safety, innovation and delivery across the Rail, Telecommunications & utility networks sectors.

Proving full turnkey solution from design, build, test, commission to services, repair and maintenance. Following continued profitable growth, they wish to appoint a estimator to join the business in a leadership role.

The Role: 

Reporting into the Managing Director you will have day to day accountability for the Commercial function (Pre contract) and work closely with the post contract commercial department and operations.


Acting in a highly visible role and with a hands-on approach you will act in a highly client facing role and work closely with Bid teams.


Provide estimating leadership with bids and contracts to ensure robust pricing, risk management and governance. Liaise with Suppliers and Subcontractors to produce accurate and timely estimates / cost data.

The Person: 

Degree in Quantity Surveying qualified you will have in-depth UK expertise across Rail, Telecommunications/Fibre & utilities contracting on major projects.


Drive best practice across the department further developing process and systems in cost reporting & monitoring, combining, and growing the department to work across disciplines.



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