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ABOUT THE ROLE The Estimator II is an integral part of the electrical construction process and ensures competitiveness, profitability, and growth. The Estimator II is responsible for cost estimates for various electrical transmission construction projects. Company Overview At Great Southwestern Construction,Inc.,weutilizeourwell-established, longstanding reputation to create enduring relationships. We have built this reputation by meeting the needs of our clients and team members in a safe and innovative work atmosphere. Our leadership team is second to none in providingsupportandopportunitiesfor growth with over half of our senior management team having been promoted within the company. We believe in creating a balanced work-life environment built on our culture and values which include safety, integrity, respect, and initiative. With industry-leading benefits and compensation, weshowcasethe true value of our craft workers and truly put our People First. Are you ready to grow? Essential Functions Prepare complete labor and material cost estimates Coordinate with project management Prepare bills of material and other information for use by purchasing Determine constructability requirements via field walk-downs with customer, subcontractor, and construction personnel Compare various project documents for accuracy and consistency as well as data entry Perform field take-offs/evaluations for estimate preparation Participate in estimate review process with internal and external stake holders Assist construction personnel throughout the project life cycle in tracking and understanding of cost estimates Preparation and submission of change orders Follow-up at the end of projects to close any loops in the estimating process to include invoicing and cost tracking Regular and predictable attendance Other duties as assigned Essential functions of this position are to be performed in a Company-designated office or field location Understand and comply with the Company's Code of Business Conduct and Ethics Policy and other industry-specific professional and ethical standards, if applicable ABOUT YOU Qualifications Minimum 3 - 5 years of estimating experience in the electrical infrastructure industry Bachelor's degree in Engineering, Construction Management or related field; combination of relevant education and experience considered in lieu of degree Knowledge/Skills/Abilities Knowledgeable of local codes Able to read and understand civil, architectural, structural, mechanical, etc. plans and specifications to include blueprints, proposals and other relevant documents Knowledgeable of electrical materials and methods of installation Proficient with Microsoft Office applications and estimating software Excellent analytical, organizational, verbal, written, and communication skills Team player mentality Self-driven with the ability to stay on-task for extended periods of time while working independently WHAT WE OFFER Compensation & Benefits Salary $70100-$105000 / year Commensurate with experience, paid weekly. Posted salary ranges are made in good faith. MYR Group reserves the right to adjust ranges depending on the qualifications of the selected candidate. Medical, Basic Vision, Regenexx, Teledoc, Hearing, Mental Health (Low deductibles and out-of-pocket maximums) - Fifteen Dollar weekly premium for employee or employee plus family coverage. Dental - 100% employer-paid premium. ThrivePass Health & Wellness Reimbursement Program - Twelve hundred dollars annually for health and wellbeing-related purchases. Annual Paid Time Off starting at 15 days plus 10 paid Holidays (Cultural Celebration Day is a floating holiday). Generous 401(k) Plan with 100% match up to 6%; immediate vesting, and Annual profit-sharing potential. Superior educational assistance program (su