Aerospace Tooling & Gage Estimator

Cyient New Britain , CT 06050

Posted 1 month ago

Celebrating its twenty-fifth anniversary in 2016, Cyient is an acknowledged leader in engineering design services, design-led manufacturing, networks and operations, data transformation, and analytics. We collaborate with our clients to help them achieve more and together shape a better future. We call it Designing Tomorrow Together.

Our industry focus includes aerospace, defense, rail transportation, off-highway & industrial, power generation, mining, oil & gas, communications, utilities, geospatial, semiconductor and medical technology. We align closely with the business needs, goals, culture, and core values of our clients. This reflects in the deep, long-standing relationships we have developed and sustained with some of the leading names in these industries.


New Britain, Connecticut


We are seeking a motivated and experienced individual to join our dynamic team of professionals in an Aerospace tooling & gage manufacturing facility in New Britain CT. The Estimator will lead in evaluating customer requests for products, and develop timely and accurate quotes based on the individual requests. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5 years experience in Tooling & Gage design, fabrication, estimation, or manufacturing specifically within the Aerospace and Defense industry.



  • Work directly with clients by providing all quotes, handling all customer service matters related to production, and ensuring on-time delivery.

  • Interpret blueprints, CAD printouts, proposals and other technical documents to estimate customer requires for Aerospace tooling & gages

  • Create timely an accurate lead times and cost estimates in response to customer quote requests

  • Understand all aspects of tooling & gage production such as time, materials, equipment, tool designing, manufacturing, delivery, and administrative expensive to create accurate quotes for the customer

  • Source and select suppliers for materials and outsource processes and develop estimates for special processes, testing and tooling needed.

  • Consult with key stake holders in the process, such as customers, vendors, and team members, in order to create strategies and resolve

  • Outline order of operations for the purpose of planning, organizing, and scheduling work through the shop.

  • Evaluate the production planning and schedule of the facility, ensuring deadlines will be met and recommending continuous improvement initiatives


  • Minimum of 5 years experience working with Aerospace Tooling, Gages, and machinery

  • Reading and interpretation of blueprints and GD&T symbols

  • Familiarity with methods used in manufacturing

  • Hands on experience with Aerospace specifications

  • At least 1 year of estimation or handling purchase orders with customers

  • Must be able to formulate an estimate from blueprint drawings

  • Estimate fabrications in a bill of material and calculating labor hours needed to fabricate parts.

  • Must be willing to work overtime when needed


  • Competitive pay rate based off market rates & candidate experience

  • Comprehensive Medical/Dental/Vision packages

  • Health Savings Account with employer match

  • Additional health & wellness discount programs

  • Student loan refinancing

  • Education & Training reimbursement

  • 401k with employer match

  • 10 paid Holidays & 10 days PTO

  • Company paid life insurance, disability insurance, and Employee assistance Program

  • Company sponsored events

  • Employee discounts on hotels, airfare, concerts, sports events, restaurants, and more!

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