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President
Ted Sibbick
GCP Applied Technologies
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Vice President
Daniela Mauro
Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.
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Secretary
Anol Mukhopadhyay
Texas A&M Transportation Institute
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Treasurer
Jacki Atienza
BASF Corporation
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« Minutes of SCP Meeting at ASTM Washington DC, December 4th, 2018 | Main | Job Opening: Microscopist/Chemist- Overland Park, KS »
Wednesday
Feb202019

Applied Materials & Engineering, Inc. has an immediate opening for an experienced Petrographer.  

Laboratory equipment is in place at our Oakland facility.

XRD and FTIR experience would be beneficial.
Founded in 1988, Applied Material & Engineering, Inc. (AME) is an independent Construction Materials Consulting, Inspection and Testing firm. Our staff includes civil, structural, and materials engineers with advanced degrees and years of field experience. The support staff includes certified field and laboratory technicians.

For more information please visit our website www.appmateng.com. AME offers excellent salary and benefits; opportunity to grow with company. Please send resume to employment@appmateng.com; no phone contact please.

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