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Employment Type:
Full time
Job Category:
Structural Steel Estimator
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PSI | New Castle, CO
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Job Description

Pioneer Steel is now hiring structural steel estimator - pre-construction sales team members. Experience in commercial/industrial steel is required. Position is based out of our office in New Castle, CO. Drug free work environment. Salary based on experience. Full benefits including matching 401K. 

Duties and Responsibilities

• Prepare estimates on new projects and estimate prices on change orders on existing contracts.
• Read and interpret job bid instructions and detailed specifications for preparation of estimates.
• Prepare take off of materials, estimate all necessary labor, materials, buyout items and equipment costs to prepare a thorough estimate.
• Develop and maintain customer relationships.
• Assist in the management of the project.
• Computerized estimating experience a plus.

Additional Duties & Responsibilities
The above list provides a general description of the duties performed in this job. It is not intended to be an all-inclusive list and additional responsibilities may be assigned as required.

Work Environment
Work is performed in an indoor drug and smoke free office environment.

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About PSI

PSI is a non-profit organization that applies commercial tools to a social mission in order to achieve measurable health impact. Since 1970, PSI has improved the health and saved the lives of millions of poor and vulnerable people in measurable ways. Through health programs in 65 countries on 5 continents, PSI distributes affordable, accessible and attractive health products and services, and motivates other types of healthy behavior, in HIV/AIDS, family planning, malaria, safe water and nutrition. In 2005, PSI's safe water programs prevented an estimated 12 million episodes of diarrhea and the deaths of 36,000 children.