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The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials seeks to hire a project engineer at its Washington, D.C., headquarters location to support its National Transportation Product Evaluation Program or NTPEP.

The project engineer will be responsible for the implementation of new products, monitor the sustainability of current NTPEP technical committees, and serve as a liaison for several NTPEP technical committees, as well as provide support for AASHTO’s Committee on Materials and Pavements.

Candidates for this position should have a minimum of three to six years of experience in a technical or engineering-related field and an engineering degree or a degree in a related technical or scientific discipline is desired.

Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to recruiter@aashto.org by September 25 for the project engineer position.

The full job description is available via AASHTO’s transportation jobs website here: https://jobs.transportation.org/job/aashto-washington-dc-16-ntpep-project-engineer/

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