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Estimator Jobs in Georgia

Estimator jobs in Georgia are pivotal roles that drive the success of our projects, ensuring precision from start to finish. Our estimators, including those at entry and senior levels, form the backbone of our operations by meticulously preparing bids, selecting materials, and developing accurate cost estimates. In Georgia, these professionals enjoy a supportive environment that fosters both professional and personal growth, surrounded by a vibrant community and diverse landscapes that offer a fulfilling work-life balance. By joining our team, you're stepping into a role where your expertise not only contributes to groundbreaking telecommunications projects but also places you within a family that values and supports your journey every step of the way.

Why a Job as an Estimator in Georgia is a great idea.

Pursuing a career as an estimator in Georgia offers more than just professional growth; it's a gateway to embracing a lifestyle where work-life balance truly thrives. With the state's diverse landscape, from the bustling streets of Atlanta to the serene trails of the North Georgia Mountains, there’s an unparalleled opportunity to unwind and reconnect with nature after a week's grind. The vibrant community life, marked by college football fervor, peach festivals, and historical explorations in Savannah, ensures that every weekend can be an adventure, enriching your personal experiences. Moreover, the economic boom across various sectors in Georgia provides a stable and promising environment for estimators to grow their careers, making it an ideal place to both live and work.

Why Work for IES communications in Georgia?

Joining IES Communications in Georgia means becoming part of a team that values your growth and development, especially crucial for an Estimator looking to advance in their career. We're committed to innovation and excellence, offering unparalleled opportunities to work on projects that push the envelope in telecommunications, from Data Center Design Build Services to cutting-edge Information Transport Systems. Our inclusive culture and dedication to employee well-being make us not just a workplace but a community where every individual's contribution is recognized and valued. By choosing IES, you're not only stepping into a role with significant impact and challenge but also joining a family that supports your journey every step of the way.

Company Benefits

Competitive Wages

Medical, Dental, & Vision Coverage

401(k) Plan

Short Term Disability

Compensated Industry Certifications

Optional long-term disability

Paid Time Off (PTO)

Illness, accident, legal, pet coverage.

Company paid life insurnace

Paid training & defined career path

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What will you do as an Estimator at one of IES Communications' Georgia Branches?

In Georgia, our Estimators and Project Cost Estimator Interns play a crucial role in ensuring the success of our projects from conception to completion. They are responsible for providing complete project engineering, selecting appropriate materials, estimating labor, and developing cost estimates in response to bid specifications. Our team acts as a vital link between sales, project management, and operations, attending site-walks and pre-bid meetings to gather detailed information on site conditions. This enables them to create accurate cost estimates, work within strict timeframes, and ensure that all estimating work aligns with both customer expectations and our company's quality and safety standards.

Our Estimator Level II professionals further refine these responsibilities by closely monitoring the alignment between sales prices and actual installation costs, following our guidelines for vendor and product selection meticulously. They leverage their expertise to obtain the best solutions at competitive prices, ensuring proper lead-time on materials. Their commitment extends to meeting bid schedules and deadlines, conducting job turnover meetings to cover all project details as estimated, and continuously improving through attendance at training and review sessions on technical requirements.

The Lead Estimator role expands upon these duties by managing the workflow within the estimating team, mentoring estimators and designers, and supervising the quality and efficiency of their output. They collaborate with senior management to develop processes for continuous improvement within the design and estimating department. By holding their teams accountable for deliverables and financial performance, they serve as a technical lead and mentor, fostering effective working relationships among team members of various experience levels. Moreover, they actively participate in recruitment, training, and performance evaluation, ensuring that all estimating work not only meets but exceeds our customer and company quality and safety standards.

At every level, our team in Georgia is committed to excellence, from the meticulous preparation of bids to the seamless handover of projects for installation. We pride ourselves on our ability to meet the diverse needs of our clients while adhering to stringent quality and safety guidelines. Through continuous learning and improvement, we strive to maintain our reputation as industry leaders, ensuring that every project we undertake is executed with precision and care.

Experience

40 Years

Employees

9000+

Revenue

$2B+

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FAQs

What is the average salary of an Estimator in Georgia?

The average salary for an Estimator in Georgia is approximately $65,000 per year. This figure can vary based on experience, industry, and specific location within the state.

How do I become an Estimator in Georgia?

To become an estimator in Georgia, start by obtaining a high school diploma or equivalent, though many employers prefer candidates with a bachelor's degree in fields such as construction management, engineering, or mathematics. Gaining experience through internships or entry-level positions in construction or related industries can be invaluable. Additionally, consider pursuing relevant certifications from recognized organizations to enhance your qualifications and stay updated on industry standards. Networking within the field and continuous learning about new technologies and estimating software will also play a crucial role in your career development.

How long does it take to become an Estimator in GA?

Becoming an estimator in Georgia typically requires a combination of education and experience. On average, earning a bachelor's degree in construction management or a related field takes four years. Following that, gaining relevant work experience through internships or entry-level positions for one to two years is common before securing a role as an estimator. Therefore, the total time can range from five to six years, depending on individual circumstances and opportunities.

Is being an Estimator in Georgia a good job?

Absolutely, being an estimator in Georgia can be a great career choice. The construction industry here is booming, creating high demand for skilled estimators who play a crucial role in project planning and budgeting. With competitive salaries, opportunities for advancement, and the chance to work on diverse projects across residential, commercial, and industrial sectors, it's a rewarding path for those with strong analytical skills and attention to detail. Plus, Georgia's growing economy offers stability and growth prospects for professionals in this field.

How much does an Estimator in GA make?

An Estimator in GA typically makes between per hour, and per year depending on their experience and qualifications.

Is there a demand for Estimators in Georgia?

Yes, there's a significant demand for estimators in Georgia. This need spans across various industries such as construction, manufacturing, and engineering, reflecting the state's economic growth and expansion in these sectors.

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