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  • Job reference: RMS0109209

Cost Engineer

  • Sector: Power & Energy
  • Location: Birmingham
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 08/05/2012
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (15/05/12)
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The Company:
Our client are specialist withing the Power, Renewable and Nuclear Industry. We are looking to recruit a Cost Engineer who would be able to support and assist of specific projects.

The Role:
Our client are specialist within the Power, Renewable and Nuclear Industry. We are looking to recruit a Cost Engineer who would be able to support and assist of specific projects.

To work in a safe manner at all times, in compliance with all current safety legislation and Company safety policy.
• To work to ISO 9001.
• To work to project specific quality plans.
• To work at all times to the Company’s Quality Management System.
• To complete all activities identified within the department work packs.
• Estimate manufacturing labour costs for project tenders, bids and quotations.
• Interface with various departments as required ensuring timely and accurate labour costing information.
• Collate costing data into usable databases.
• Analyse actual hours booked against hours budgeted, and determine causes of any difference.
• Compile and input costing data to management reports.
• Complete all costing information within agreed timeframe.
•Experience in producing reports from P3e
•EVM experience - Earned value Analysis and project cost controls
•General understanding of project management principles and multiple projects
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