Cost Control Engineer

Role and Responsibilities:

  • Prepare appropriate class cost estimates for pre-contract request for proposals (RFPs)
  • Utilize industry standards and cost databases to ensure estimates are realistic and reliable.
  • Review and update cost estimates as the program progresses, and new information becomes available.
  • Develop and maintain program projects budgets to reflect all changes, commitments, back charges…etc.
  • Prepare regular cost reports for stakeholders, highlighting key trends and variances.
  • Collaborate with other project team members, including engineers, contractors, and procurement specialists.
  • Manage project documentation related to costs and budgets.
  • Prepare clear and concise reports and presentations on cost performance.
  • Participate in meetings and discussions related to project costs.
  • Develop and maintain forecasting models to predict future project costs.
  • Informs themselves of the relevant Quality, Environmental, Safety and Occupational Health Policies, Manuals and Procedures within company and ensures continued compliance with these requirements while employed by the company.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the line manager/supervisor.
Qualifications, Experience, Knowledge and Skills:

  • Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Quantity Surveying, Law and Engineering, Construction Management, Supply Chain Management, or equivalent degrees from an accredited university.
  • At least 17+ years of experience in cost control, including holding the position of cost manager in mega projects.
  • Experience in performing, controlling and reviewing costs for engineering disciplines, financial reporting systems and on-site cost analysis.
  • Statistical know-how in the fields of sampling distribution, probability, hypothesis testing, knowledge, supervision, personnel management, and training of technical and non-technical work staff.
  • The ability to plan, organize, perform, review, and present the outputs of cost engineering, cost estimation, and measurements, including the outputs of planning and scheduling independently, with minimal supervision and judgment in general, from the perspective of knowledge related to the technical skills of planning, scheduling, engineering design, and construction practice.
  • Verbal and written communication skills.
  • Advanced knowledge of engineering, procurement, contracts, construction and start-up processes.
  • Knowledge of engineering and construction management written over time through specialized education or practical experience.

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