Electrical Estimator Jobs

Overview of Electrical Estimator Jobs


The career of an electrical estimator falls within the broader category of cost estimators. This more specialized position focuses on collecting data and making appropriate analyses to project the time, financing and labor required for completion of the electrical portion of a given project. These considerations factor greatly into planning a project, bidding for a job and managing a production site.

Work areas range from construction sites to manufacturing settings, and the prospective electrical estimator can expect to balance work time between an office environment and actual job settings, excellent for the individual who enjoys variety in the workplace. Electrical cost estimation is well suited to those who are organized and who enjoy working with numbers and details.

Electrical Estimator Education


In most cases, an electrical estimator job will require at least a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering. However, certification programs in cost estimating are available at some post-secondary institutions, and associate degrees in electrical technology provide additional options to prepare for the profession. In some cases, an employer will consider a candidate for an electrical estimator position based on experience without requiring a degree in the field. A construction management degree may also serve as preparation for electrical estimating. An electrician interested in transitioning to a career in electrical estimation may also be able to find resources offered through local union apprenticeship and continuing education programs.

Electrical Estimator Job Market


In 2012, approximately 202,200 individuals in the United States were employed as cost estimators, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The expected growth in the profession is expected to be approximately 26 percent by 2022, promising some of the greatest increases in the construction industry. It is important to recognize that electrical estimator jobs can be impacted by economic conditions and construction trends.

Salaries for Electrical Estimators


The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that the median income for a cost estimator in 2012 was $58,860. Those employed in the field earning at top levels exceeded salaries of $96,670 while salaries in the lowest 10 percent were less than $34,520.
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13 Electrical Estimator jobs found on Monster.

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Company Confidential Long Island City, NY, 11105
Electrical Estimator Electrical Contractor seeks lead electrical estimator to work with team preparing material & equipment takeoff of industrial /commercial power distribution, controls, and low voltage systems. Estimates will be made from public work, project plans and specs. Choice estimator is familiar with transit work, treatment plants, and large structures. This is a full time position in ...
Wiedenbach Brown (WB) is the nation’s leading lighting solutions provider working with the strongest and most well-known brands in North America to support their lighting needs with cutting-edge technology. Since 1913, we have impressed our clients with unparalleled customer service, diverse product/service offerings, in-depth industry knowledge, sustainable lighting alternatives and pioneering ne...
Romanoff Electric Residential Nashville, TN
Job Description: Leading, well-known and growing provider of residential electrical contracting solutions for the Residential market is looking for a well-qualified Estimator. The Estimator should have electrical system analytic skills and the ability to translate field measurements into competitive price estimates. Responsibilities & Competencies: -Meet with colleagues Attend Job Progress & M...
The Electrical Estimator will generate take-offs, gather details and compile data for a complete estimate of all costs according to plans, specifications and experience. The successful candidate will consider all raw materials, labor, equipment, tools, and transportation for estimates. They will assist in determining necessary resources for projects based on cost estimates and budgetary constraint...
A Process Engineer experienced with the development of new cost effective and efficient process methods for production machining and assembly systems is needed for a direct hire position located in eastern AL. Responsibilities for the Process Engineer Support Sales and Marketing activity by providing job estimates for RFQ’s Provide concept tooling and gauging Assist in development of new cost ...
A Project Controls Technician experienced with engineering project management or construction management and/or project controls for projects valued at $50 million or less is needed for a direct hire position located in Houston, TX. Responsibilities for the Scheduler Develop, track, analyze and report on project plans, schedules and costs to help ensure that engineering project schedule mileston...
A PROJECT CONSTRUCTION TECHNICIAN with experience at a chemical terminal, chemical plant or refinery is needed for a direct hire position located in Houston, TX. Responsibilities for the Technician Assume construction ownership in small to mid-size engineering/construction projects at a large chemical storage terminal The tasks associated with these projects include light design, cost estimatin...
Senior Transmission Engineer with electric transmission projects design experience with high-voltage (HV) overhead utility systems.is needed for a six-month project in the Boston area. Contractor benefits are available. Responsibilities for the Transmission Engineer High voltage electric transmission line design. Serve as a Lead Engineer on electric transmission design projects for high-voltage...
Electrical Designer/Field Service Specialist with minimal electric utility distribution design and construction project experience is needed for 6 -12 month contract west of Boston, MA. Opportunity to work with a leading company. Now interviewing. Responsibilities for the Electrical Designer Field engineering of project requirements, identification of conflicting utilities, engineering and desig...
Electrical Engineer with electric utility distribution design and construction project experience is needed for 6 -12 month contract west of Boston, MA. Responsibilities for the Electrical Engineer Responsible for leading distribution design engineering. Utility distribution construction and design compliant complex overhead and underground distribution projects in urban and rural environments....
Trillium Waterloo, IA
HVAC Technician Waterloo, Iowa - Posted on September 5, 2014 Published By Steve Edmondson Create an account today Are you interested in this job or others like it? Creating an account with Trillium Staffing will allow you to not only apply for this position but others as well. Trillium Construction Services is currently seeking HVAC Technicians and Plumbers in Waterloo, IA! Job Description ...
Trillium Lapeer, MI
Estimator Lapeer, Michigan - Posted on August 29, 2014 Published By Gary Howell Create an account today Are you interested in this job or others like it? Creating an account with Trillium Staffing will allow you to not only apply for this position but others as well. We are now seeking an experienced Estimator in the Lapeer, MI area! Job Description Trillium Staffing, a leader in the staff...
Trillium Waterloo, IA
Heavy Equipment Operator Waterloo, Iowa - Posted on August 20, 2014 Published By Bridgette Brown Create an account today Are you interested in this job or others like it? Creating an account with Trillium Staffing will allow you to not only apply for this position but others as well. We are now seeking Heavy Equipment Operators in the Waterloo, IA area! Job Description Trillium Constructio...

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