Bishop Mays Inc.


Bishop Mays Inc.
Category Estimator Type Full-time
Location Greer, South Carolina View Website View website
Pay Rate $40,000-$50,000 per year
Category Estimator
Type Full-time
Location Greer, South Carolina
View Website View website


Bishop Mays Inc. is looking to hire an assistant estimator to work with our team. This person will assist our estimator and  project managers by performing takeoffs, soliciting suppliers & subcontractors for prices, building estimates, drafting change orders, collaborating on billings, building job schedules, meeting with potential clients, and maintaining relationships with current clients. This is a full time position, working a Monday-Friday work week.

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Responsibilities and Requirements:

• A good attitude and work ethic
• Proficiency using Microsoft Excel and PDF viewers
• Excellent math and analytical skills
• Ability to effectively communicate and develop working relationships with internal team members, general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers
• A team-oriented, collaborative approach
• Strong organizational and prioritization skills
• Problem-solving and anticipation skills
What you will learn:

• How to use plans, cad files, specifications, soils reports, and other documents to prepare estimates for projects
• How to perform takeoffs using the industry leading earthwork software, Agtek
• How to build 3D models for GPS-enabled earthmoving equipment
• How to develop schedules for sitework projects
• How to develop a client’s concept into a successful project

• Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in related field is preferred but not required

• Paid vacation
• Paid holidays
• Health insurance
• Company matched 401K
• Company provided phone
• Private workspace
Compensation Range:

• $40,000-$50,000 salary/year

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Before laborers or equipment operators set foot on a project, there are often hundreds of hours into bidding and winning the opportunity to build the job. Whenever a project opportunity emerges, it’s the estimator’s responsibility to figure out how to build the job, calculate quantities and timelines, and ultimately assign a dollar figure for what it’ll take to do the job profitably, yet competitively. Too low and they jeopardize the project from the start, and too high the company won’t win any work.

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