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AASHTO re:source, part of the engineering and technical services division within the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials, is seeking a laboratory assessor to  perform independent on-site assessments of construction materials testing laboratories.

A four-year degree in science (such as geology, environmental, etc.) or engineering (such as civil, mechanical, industrial, materials, or environmental) is required. Prior experience as an auditor or in a field related to quality management are strongly desired and will be considered in lieu of a science or engineering degree. All new hires are enrolled in a rigorous six-month training program that focuses on auditing skills and technical training.

Veterans are strongly desired for this role and will be given special consideration.

Interested candidates must be able to travel independently approximately 150 days per year. A valid driver’s license from any state, a sound driving record, and the ability to drive up to 400 miles per day on occasion are also required for the position. Laboratory Assessors are expected to live within a reasonable commuting distance of Frederick, Maryland.

For the full job description visit http://www.aashtoresource.org/careers.

Applicants for this position should send a résumé and cover letter to careers@aashtoresource.org on or before Feb. 11.

editor@aashto.org

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