[Field Technician] Construction Materials Tester Needed in AZ/OR/WY/CO - ACI/ Nuclear Density Gauge training
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12 month Contract to Hire - $18-$22ph
Essential Roles and Responsibilities:
• Provide clear documentation of findings/results
• Communicate information to and discusses accuracy of data in preparation for submittal
• Maintain assigned equipment
• Follow safety rules and practices and other safety requirements for all projects
• Perform pre-task planning prior to executing work
• Report any safety issues or concerns to management
• Be responsible for maintaining quality standards on all projects
• High school diploma or equivalent
• 6 months experience required
• Valid driver’s license with acceptable violation history
• ACI certification
• Successful completion of related internal safety certifications
• Nuclear Density Gauge certification within 6 months of hire.
Perform field and/or laboratory testing, observation, and inspection of construction materials (e.g. soils, aggregates, concrete, asphalt, and steel). Communicate with project , engineering technicians, client representative, contractor’s representative and others as applicable regarding the construction site, requirements, and testing, observation, and inspection requirements and results. Transport material samples with associated identifying documentation to the laboratory for further testing and analysis. Tabulate, prepare, and submit data and observation in the form of written and digital reports as work is performed for daily transmittal. Maintain and clean equipment, vehicles and work areas. May assist with scheduling and dispatch of Technicians to sites. Adhere to strict safety standards.
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