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Cost Estimator - Part of the Fluor Public Assistance Program

Location
Nationwide

Overview

This position has very specific requirements.  Please read them carefully.

 

Part of the Fluor Public Assistance Program, Cost Estimators, evaluate large projects as defined by 44 CFR Part 206 using the Cost Estimating Format, and develop and provide the recommended project cost based on the Cost Estimating Format method used in determining cost of projects as outlined in Disaster Mitigation Act of 2000.

Responsibilities

  • Cost Estimators work through the various FEMA assistance programs. Estimators perform field inspections of damaged facilities to gain an understanding of the probable scope of work, including means and methods of construction
  • Estimators conduct both parametric and detailed cost analysis on a variety of public and municipal infrastructure including, but not limited to; schools, libraries, police and fire stations, water treatment facilities, public transit systems, medical and educational facilities, bridges, road construction, and capital projects.
  • Estimators prepare estimates using a variety of documented data sources and develop detailed Project Worksheets (PWs). Project Worksheets identify scope of eligible work for projects, including cause and dimensions of damage, and the work necessary to repair the damage, and produce efficient, traceable, verifiable and defend-able cost estimates meeting the quality review requirements of FEMA
  • Payment is contingent upon client, deployment type and location.

Qualifications

Requirements –

 

First Level - Educational requirements are an undergraduate degree from an accredited university with 2 years in a documented cost estimator role involving commercial claims or government insurance OR 5 years in above field of expertise

 

Second Level – Educational requirements are an undergraduate degree from an accredited university with 5 years in a documented cost estimator role involving commercial claims or government insurance OR 10 years in above field of expertise

 

Third Level - Educational requirements are an undergraduate degree from an accredited university with 10 years in a documented cost estimator role involving commercial claims or government insurance OR 15 years in above field of expertise

  • Detailed Resume is required that must correspond to work history answered in the screening questions
  • Subject to DHS / FEMA Background check in which some dis-qualifiers may include, but are not limited to: felony conviction, back taxes, bankruptcy, DUI, back owed child support, bad credit
  • Excellent customer service and computer skills. Proficient MS office suite: Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Comfortable using web-based programs
  • Must commit to a 3-12-month assignment
  • 10-12 hours a day for extended periods of time
  • Must mobilize within 24-48 hours of assignment

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