Cost Engineer CV Example

The responsibilities of a cost engineer are the following: performing a wide variety of cost engineering functions, cost control, estimating, forecasting, budget preparations and cost reporting under limited supervision. One must also be able to ensure and perform effective cost control function for all ongoing projects, must also have the ability to interpret contracts, forecasting and estimating as well as manage financial risks. Maintaining current cost control databases, reviewing proposed schedule changes with construction personnel, client and contractors are also some of the responsibilities and tasks of a cost engineer as well.

Cost Engineer CV Example

Malcolm Q. Reynolds

67D Edinburgh

Bristol, United Kingdom

Phone: 293-84-008



I am currently looking for a certain company wherein I can fully use all my knowledge and skills in both areas of costing and engineering. I have had 4 years of experience in general costing engineering for a big company; however I feel like I could be of more use and be more productive in terms of work load, benefits and such. I am continuously driven to make a better career and a stable job for me and my family, and more importantly I am seeking for a work place that is very friendly and inspiring.

Professional Qualifications

2006-2007: Money Matters, Intl. Accountant

  • Prepared budgets, costs and vouchers for documentation
  • Worked with auditors to effectively organize the company’s assets and liabilities

2007-2011: Graded Material Ltd., Jr. Cost Engineer

  • Managed day to day costing, estimations and budget of all active projects
  • Reported to the manager of accomplished tasks and responsibilities
  • Managed all cost issues and discrepancies of the company


1999-2002: B.S. Engineering, university of East London, London

2003-2006: B.A. Major in Accounting, University of Dundee, United Kingdom


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