|Job Ref:||204561421||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Construction||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Derby / Nottingham||Address:||Salary:||£45000 - £50000/annum + Package||Post Date:||10/10/2016 18:31|
Mechanical Design Estimator required for a well established Building Services company based in Derbyshire.|
Attractive salary plus company car, fuel card, company pension and BUPA Health Care.
Applicants must be ONC/HNC qualified and have experience in a similar position.
Main Duties to include :-
Working predominately on D&B project enquiries where the successful candidate would be required to carry out high level design to a sufficient stage to assist us in going out to suppliers and to our subcontract supply chain to obtain prices for the scheme.
Long Hand design using appropriate Excel or similar spreadsheets would be fine for front end designs however some HEVACOMP ability would be of assistance but is not mandatory.
Ability to use Excel is a must as our Estimating package is centred around an in-house developed Excel system.
Some front survey / design work would occasionally be required to facilitate initial costing.
General Pipe sizing, Duct sizing, Main plant sizing via CIBSE Tables / HEVACOMP would be a requirement for front end designs.
A knowledge / understanding of SBEM, Thermal Models, SAP, BRUKL and BREEAM targets to facilitate pulling tenders together is a requirement however not the actual software use.
Clear, precise and articulate Tender letter & Contractors Proposal writing is a must complete with clear & unambiguous qualifications.
Internal meetings with the Company Directors for commercial settlement of bids would be required to review scope and commercial aspects prior to tender submission
The successful candidate should have good commercial awareness, be able to satisfy a tender brief however at the same time be able to offer innovation and some Value Engineering options in order to provide some betterment to our tenders over our competitors.
The successful candidate would be required to attend both mid-tender and post tender client meetings to review scope and costings and occasionally be part of more formal tender presentations