Construction Materials Testing Field Technician / On Call
AMEC Environment & Infrastructure - Phoenix, AZ

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Key Responsibilities · Construction Materials Testing Engineering Technician needed to join our Phoenix, AZ team on an on call basis to perform field inspections and observations for roadway, structure, utilities and bridge construction projects. · Will perform soil, concrete, asphalt and masonry testing. · Will provide daily reports of observation and test results. · Will monitor work procedures for compliance with project specifications. · Will interact with client representative (supervisors, foremen, project managers, engineers, etc.) at project sites. · Perform analysis or calculations to check accuracy, applicability and reasonableness of testing data. Basic/Required Qualifications · High School Diploma or equivalent preferred but not required. · A recent graduate with a BS in Civil Engineering would also be a good fit for this opportunity. · Valid Driver’s License required. · Reliability – must be able to arrive at designated project sites prior to scheduled times. · Ability to prepare report s and documentation. · Must pass drug test, background check and must have a satisfactory driving record in accordance with the Company's driving (MVR) policy. Preferred Qualifications · ACI certification preferred but not required. · 1+ years of Materials Testing experience. Physical Demands · Ability to lift up to 50 pounds. · Ability to work in variable outside conditions.
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