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Sapot Systems Inc
March 23, 2021
Tampa, FL
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combination of world-class people, out-of-the-box thinking, the best technology available, a genuine safety-before-production mindset, and decades of collective experience demolishing anything imaginable. Couple this with the most beautiful beaches in the country and world-class sports teams, Tampa is the place to be.

What you’ll get to do as an Estimator:

  • Estimate both interior, selective, total, and bridge demolition projects in Florida, and if you so desire, throughout the Southeast
  • Ensure that the customer is happy and well taken care of
  • Mentor the next generation of demolition professionals
  • Deliver high quality work
  • Ensure SAFETY standards are continuously met
  • Business Development (everyone does this)

Who you are:

  • You have a minimum of 5 years’ experience as a demolition estimator
  • You are able to travel to attend site visits
  • You have a strong work ethic and a desire to work your way up to increasing levels of skill and responsibility
  • You are highly trust-worthy (dependable, honest, and a team player)
  • You have strong verbal communication skills and a positive attitude
  • You have strong Microsoft Excel, Word and plan reading skills

What’s in it for you:

  • Be part of a Team. Do work that matters. We work together to get the job done throughout the Southeast.
  • More than a job. We promote from within and invest in our team every chance we get.
  • Medical plan coverage including medical, dental, and vision.
  • Company match on retirement plan.
  • Vehicle Allowance & Expense Reimbursement
  • Start accruing Paid Time Off (PTO) for all positions on your first day.
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