Traffic Management Estimator

Company:  Chevron Traffic Management
Location: Somerton
Hours: Full Time
Type: Permanent
Job Requirements / Description
Exciting Career Opportunity – Traffic Management Estimator Are you a strong communicator? A great negotiator? Can you value, build and create successful lasting customer relationships?  Are you persistent and determined? Are you highly motivated and proactive and able to adapt quickly and efficiently to changing situations? If you are up for a challenge and keen to build a progressive career, working within Britain’s leading Traffic Management company. This truly is a great time to apply. In return we will offer a highly competitive salary package, relevant training, pension, 26 days holiday plus bank holidays (pro-rata equivalent) and other great additional incentives. Who is Chevron Traffic Management? In simple terms, Chevron Traffic Management is the company that sets up temporary road or lane closures, diversions routes or pedestrian walkways to keep road workers and road users safe while roadworks are underway. This involves putting out road cones, signage, temporary traffic lights, pedestrian crossings, and barriers. Our work is visible all over the country. The next time you are out and about and see roadworks, have a look at the signage. It is possible that Chevron Traffic Management put them there. It is, of course, much more complicated than that. It involves consulting, planning, designing, estimating and liaising with our suppliers and our customers to ensure that our schemes are fit for purpose. It also involves innovation and technology so we can improve safety and help our industry to reduce our carbon footprint. Traffic Management is a challenging industry but we know that our work keeps people safe which makes it really rewarding. The people who work in Chevron TM make it fun. About the role: The TM Estimator role is based at our Somerton depot with the opportunity of hybrid working and you will report directly to the Business Development Manager. You will be responsible and involved in the preparation of tenders and works opportunities and the compilation of all ‘in contract’ quotation.  You will also provide support to the commercial teams for secured works.  Managing your own workload, you will liaise with operational teams and work with the wider Chevron team, fostering excellent working relationships both internally and externally maximizing all potential business leads and supporting growth. Key Responsibilities. Assess tender/quotation conditions upon receipt and identify any risk Provide tender handover packs demonstrating strategy at tender stage on all successful bids Account Management of a diverse and often time critical customer base Review unsuccessful tenders and analyse and implement improvement strategy for future bids to ensure growth targets are met Understanding and engaging with colleagues remit/workloads for holiday cover Ensuring delivery and communication of a quality ‘end to end’ process for the customer Assist the commercial team on compensation events build ups Attend pre-tender meetings/events Carry out other appropriate duties as assigned by your line manager About You: You will be logical, accurate and methodical in the way you work, with great oral, verbal and written skills. You enjoy a balance of working on your own, on your own initiative and enjoy being part of a close-knit team. Skills: Proficient in the use of a PC, Microsoft Office suite of software and ability to work with other business management systems An ability to network and create new business relationships Essential to have the interpersonal skills to be able to interface successfully with a wide range of people both within and outside the company Attention to detail and ability to think laterally and problem solve Prioritize workload and demonstrate customer engagement Excellent geographical and numerical skills Ability to collate and reconcile information for monthly reporting Ability to recognise and capitalise on digital services opportunities An ability to work within a high performing, fast-moving team Highly motivated individual Full UK driving licence as travel is a requirement of this role, you may also need to stay away from home periodically to attend meetings which are located at strategic locations nationwide Desirable: NHSS 12a,b,c or d qualifications Highways Permitting experience Understanding of digital services and product deployment Previous experience of the traffic management industry either practical TM experience or experience of working in the highway maintenance sector. Other formal commercial or business management qualifications This is a unique opportunity to join a fantastic Company that is working and growing quickly, successfully, and resiliently. If you like what you read and think you are just what we are looking for, we would love to hear from you today
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