Senior Estimator required to join an international market leading and award winning specialist contractor based in Dublin. The successful individual will have the opportunity to work on a number of large, prestigious and complex projects ranging in value from €30-€70 million respectively.
Oradeo Recruitments client specialises in interior fit-out and are now focusing on an end to end service provision including turnkey delivery of entire projects from cradle to grave. The role of Senior Estimator will focus on opportunities across Ireland and the UK and will include bid management, pricing, liaising with customers and for ultimately ensuring your employer wins opportunities to develop its building portfolio.
Reporting to the Construction Director, ideally the Senior Estimator will be an agile, analytical thinker, effective decision maker and excellent communicator with a high level of competence in ICT and presentation skills. We are very keen to hear from talented individuals with a demonstrable background in construction, with a commercial or construction degree and membership of a relevant professional institution. Experience in Building Survey will be a necessity.
For more information about this Senior Estimator opportunity or other Estimator positions, contact Kevin Nolan at Oradeo Recruitment confidentially on +353 1 687 7188/+44 845 643 4964 or apply in confidence.
About Oradeo– Oradeo Recruitment are specialists in the construction & engineering sector. We are a leading service provider in Ireland, UK, Europe and Middle East for professional recruitment services (Executive search/Directors, Operations Managers, Regional Managers, Senior Quantity Surveyors, Quantity Surveyors, Estimator, Contract Surveyors, Contracts Managers, Commercial Manager, Site Engineer, Senior Engineer, Project Managers, Design Coordinator, Design Manager) and the provision of managed labour in Construction & Civil Engineering, Oil & Gas, Mechanical & Electrical, Warehousing and Logistics and Industry
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