Engineering Technician

Advance Testing Company | Campbell Hall, NY | Full-time

Description
Advance Testing Company, an established New York-based construction materials testing and inspection firm, has opportunities available for individuals to perform testing and inspection of construction materials such as soils, aggregates, concrete, reinforcing steel and asphalt. Advance Testing trains and certifies employees within these disciplines through locally and nationally recognized programs.

New employees participate in training during an initial period of employment. Once trained and certified, a participant in Advance Testing’s internship program is considered a full-fledged engineering technician. As an engineering technician, the employee may be assigned to provide services throughout our area of coverage, which includes, but is not restricted to the tri-state area (NY / NJ / CT) and New England. Typical project types that employees are assigned to include highways, bridges, commercial buildings, airports, tunnels, fabrication plants, material production facilities, government and military sites, and schools. Applicants must be able to obtain any security clearances and background confirmation required by clients for sensitive projects and locations. In addition to potential field assignments, Advance Testing operates a state-of-the-art, accredited laboratory facility that employees may be trained to perform testing services in.

An intern at Advance Testing Company may be eligible for corporate housing for the duration of the internship, based on need. This position requires lifting and/or physical activities, including lifting of up to 75 lbs, walking/working on uneven surfaces, and driving to and from job sites (valid driver’s license and a working personal vehicle are required). The majority of work is conducted outdoors, in all weather conditions. Work hours vary, but may include day, night, and weekend shifts.  

This is a paid internship.
Training and certifications are paid for and provided by Advance Testing Company
Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following: (Other duties may be assigned as well)

Observes work in progress to ensure that procedures followed and materials used conform to specifications.
Perform standard testing on materials.
Prepare samples of materials for laboratory testing.
Examine workmanship of installations for conformity to specifications.
Maintains daily log of construction and inspection activities and completes reports daily.
Prepare sketches of construction installations that correlate with testing and inspection sites.

Don't miss out! This is an exceptional opportunity for career and relationship building.

Advance Testing Company is an equal opportunity employer.
Special Skills & Requirements
Lifting of up to 75 pounds
Walking/Working on uneven surfaces
Valid driver's license and a working personal vehicle are required.
Major
Any • Engineering Science •
About the Company
Advance Testing Company is an established New York-based construction materials testing and inspection firm. For over 35 years, Advance Testing has been providing the construction industry with the highest level of aggregate, soil, concrete, asphalt, and steel inspection services throughout the Eastern United States. Typical construction project types include highways, bridges, commercial buildings, airports, tunnels, fabrication plants, material production facilities, government and military sites, and schools.
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