Lead Estimator

28 Feb 2024

Perth, WA, AU, 6000

About the role:

This position will lead and manage the preparation and compilation of cost estimates on various phases of the future projects at HanRoy. It will develop project budgets and value engineering opportunities to drive positive outcomes for the business.


Key Duties:

  • Prepare all the reference baseline documents in accordance with project control guidelines and ensure that the project’s estimating requirements are properly and clearly communicated.
  • Work with a team of estimators / quantity surveyors to develop estimation setup in accordance with project control guidelines.
  • Develop an accurate estimation to support prefeasibility and feasibility stage to build project budgets.
  • Lead the preparation of first principal and cost estimates, ensuring the production of well scoped and priced tenders.
  • Prepare detailed indirect cost allocation.
  • Liaise with construction teams to assess project conditions and required inclusions.
  • Review and analyse subcontractor quotes.
  • Create pricing schedules, complete material take-offs, and prepare cost budgets in a variety of formats.
  • Expand subcontractor database.
  • Identify, evaluate, and estimate value management opportunities.
  • Liaise with the delivery team to understand and capture performance metrics.
  • Conduct quality checks on tenders.


To be successful in this role you will have:

  • Minimum 10+ years’ extensive experience as an estimator in the construction environment.
  • Iron ore construction projects experience would be desirable.
  • Degree qualified in Engineering, Construction management, Quantity Surveying or similar.


Join A World-Class Project Team

As part of Australia’s most successful private company, HanRoy has a mandate to lead the study, design, and development of a globally significant pipeline of projects that will provide ongoing supply of critical minerals and energy essential for everyday life.  Hancock Prospecting companies are already some of the largest contributors to the Australian economy, proving thousands of direct and indirect jobs, supporting essential services, and helping raise living standards in both regional and primary population centres. HanRoy is building on that legacy.



Why Us
At HanRoy, we value fresh thinking and an adaptive approach within a cutting-edge project environment. We have created a stimulating and positive workplace, where our people can develop their skills and experience and advance their career. We believe each person who joins us can make a meaningful contribution.


Our remuneration packages are made up of fixed and variable components that provide salaries, incentives, and benefits to ensure that we maintain an attractive position in the market. To be eligible to apply for this role you must be legally permitted to work permanently in Australia.


Please note that unsolicited applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.