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Electrical Estimator-Keyport NJ

Check Electrical Corp
117 First St. Keyport, NJ 07735
(732) 888-7792

Looking to fill an ELECTRICAL ESTIMATOR position.

 Are you tired of being out in the field?
 Are you looking for security?
 Would you like to get paid for your vacation time?
 Would you like to secure your retirement?
 Would you like to be a part of a hard-working, motivated team?
We are a small electrical company looking to expand. We do jobs anywhere
from $50k up to $2M and we can guaranty benefits.
Here are the qualifications:
 Experience with complete take-offs from blue prints, specs and estimates.
 Experience in bidding multiple projects simultaneously.
 Full knowledge and understanding of contracts: general requirements, general conditions, plans,
specifications, field change orders, supplemental agreements, addendums, etc.
 Ability to write proposal and complete estimates without guidance.
 Full knowledge of general construction with a focus on industrial and commercial electrical applications.
 Candidate must also have working knowledge of electronic takeoff software.
 Assisting in the conversion of a successful estimate to the company's job cost system.
 Must have experience working with vendors and subcontractors.
 Individual must be self-motivated, possess strong communication/interpersonal skills, and be
confident in his/her ability to develop and manage the entire estimating function.
If you are ready to make a move,
please call Melita at (732) 888‐7792 or
email mmayor@check‐electric.net!!!
117 First Street  Keyport, NJ  07735
(732) 888-7792  fax (732) 888-3308
License #9392

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