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Alternate job titles: Manufacturing Cost Estimator

Estimates material and labor costs for manufacturing projects in response to requests for proposals. Calculates costs based on analysis of project specifications, pricing schedules for labor and materials, and historical data. Analyzes post production costs and uses data to inform future project estimates. Typically requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to a supervisor or manager. Occasionally directed in several aspects of the work. Gaining exposure to some of the complex tasks within the job function. Typically requires 2 -4 years of related experience. more...



Alternate job titles: Raw Materials Cost Estimator

Analyzes job requirements and project proposals to estimate amounts and types of raw materials required to complete tasks. Researches and evaluates suppliers to ensure the availability of materials and confirm that materials meet the organization's standards of price and quality. May need the ability to use CAD software and interpret technical documents such as blueprints or mechanical drawings. Typically requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to a supervisor or manager. Occasionally directed in several aspects of the work. Gains exposure to some of the complex tasks within the job fu more...


Alternate job titles: Cost Estimation Engineer III | Cost Engineer and Estimator III

The Engineering Project Cost Estimator III collects and analyzes all project costs, including raw materials, labor, equipment and tooling to ensure estimates are accurate. Estimates costs for engineering projects based on an analysis of project technical requirements. Being an Engineering Project Cost Estimator III updates costs as necessary based on new information and project scope changes. Identifies and quantifies potential cost uncertainties to ensure costing models capture the full range of potential costs. In addition, Engineering Project Cost Estimator III requires interface with proje more...


Alternate job titles: Cost Estimation Engineer I | Cost Engineer and Estimator I

The Engineering Project Cost Estimator I collects and analyzes all project costs, including raw materials, labor, equipment and tooling to ensure estimates are accurate. Estimates costs for engineering projects based on an analysis of project technical requirements. Being an Engineering Project Cost Estimator I updates costs as necessary based on new information and project scope changes. Identifies and quantifies potential cost uncertainties to ensure costing models capture the full range of potential costs. In addition, Engineering Project Cost Estimator I requires interface with project man more...



Alternate job titles: Cost Estimation Engineer II | Cost Engineer and Estimator II

The Engineering Project Cost Estimator II collects and analyzes all project costs, including raw materials, labor, equipment and tooling to ensure estimates are accurate. Estimates costs for engineering projects based on an analysis of project technical requirements. Being an Engineering Project Cost Estimator II updates costs as necessary based on new information and project scope changes. Identifies and quantifies potential cost uncertainties to ensure costing models capture the full range of potential costs. In addition, Engineering Project Cost Estimator II requires interface with project more...


Alternate job titles: Cost Estimation Engineer IV | Cost Engineer and Estimator IV

The Engineering Project Cost Estimator IV collects and analyzes all project costs, including raw materials, labor, equipment and tooling to ensure estimates are accurate. Estimates costs for engineering projects based on an analysis of project technical requirements. Being an Engineering Project Cost Estimator IV updates costs as necessary based on new information and project scope changes. Identifies and quantifies potential cost uncertainties to ensure costing models capture the full range of potential costs. In addition, Engineering Project Cost Estimator IV requires interface with project more...



Alternate job titles: Estimator - Cost

The Manufacturing Cost Estimator calculates costs based on analysis of project specifications, pricing schedules for labor and materials, and historical data. Estimates material and labor costs for manufacturing projects in response to requests for proposals. Being a Manufacturing Cost Estimator typically require a bachelor's degree. Analyzes post production costs and uses data to inform future project estimates. In addition, Manufacturing Cost Estimator typically reports to a supervisor or manager. Being a Manufacturing Cost Estimator gains exposure to some of the complex tasks within the job more...


Alternate job titles: Cost Estimation Engineer III | Engineering Project Cost Estimator III

The Cost Engineer and Estimator III collects and analyzes all project costs, including raw materials, labor, equipment and tooling to ensure estimates are accurate. Estimates costs for engineering projects based on an analysis of project technical requirements. Being a Cost Engineer and Estimator III updates costs as necessary based on new information and project scope changes. Identifies and quantifies potential cost uncertainties to ensure costing models capture the full range of potential costs. In addition, Cost Engineer and Estimator III requires interface with project management, enginee more...


Alternate job titles: Cost Estimation Engineer I | Engineering Project Cost Estimator I

The Cost Engineer and Estimator I collects and analyzes all project costs, including raw materials, labor, equipment and tooling to ensure estimates are accurate. Estimates costs for engineering projects based on an analysis of project technical requirements. Being a Cost Engineer and Estimator I updates costs as necessary based on new information and project scope changes. Identifies and quantifies potential cost uncertainties to ensure costing models capture the full range of potential costs. In addition, Cost Engineer and Estimator I requires interface with project management, engineering, more...



Alternate job titles: Cost Estimation Engineer II | Engineering Project Cost Estimator II

The Cost Engineer and Estimator II collects and analyzes all project costs, including raw materials, labor, equipment and tooling to ensure estimates are accurate. Estimates costs for engineering projects based on an analysis of project technical requirements. Being a Cost Engineer and Estimator II updates costs as necessary based on new information and project scope changes. Identifies and quantifies potential cost uncertainties to ensure costing models capture the full range of potential costs. In addition, Cost Engineer and Estimator II requires interface with project management, engineerin more...


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