About AASHTO re:source
About AASHTO re:source
Come travel with us! We offer great careers that offers travel, flexibility, and excellent benefits for math and science lovers who want to travel!
The staff at AASHTO re:source often say that the best part of their job is the people that they work with. As an employer, we offer flexible work schedules, a collaborative work environment, and many opportunities for professional growth. We value work-life balance, and management encourages staff to have a full life outside of work. We typically promote from within the organization, and many people who started out in entry-level positions have moved through the ranks of the Frederick office as well as AASHTO headquarters in Washington, DC. Management actively solicits feedback on employee happiness and opportunities for improvement to our work culture. Opportunities for part-time telecommuting are available for several positions. AASHTO re:source staff are renowned for their technical knowledge and desire to provide support to the scientific community that they serve. We are dedicated to quality and continual improvement in the construction materials industry. The work that we do has a direct and powerful impact on safety, quality of life, and commerce. Come join our team, help us make a difference, and become a technical expert! The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan association representing highway and transportation departments in the fifty states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. Its primary goal is to foster the development, operation, and maintenance of an integrated national transportation system. AASHTO is an international leader in setting technical standards for all phases of highway system development. Established in 1965, AASHTO re:source is part of the Engineering and Technical Services division of AASHTO. The primary vision of AASHTO re:source is to be the center for promoting quality and achievement of excellence in construction materials testing (CMT). We do this by providing tools and services through our three major programs: the Laboratory Assessment Program (LAP), the Proficiency Sample Program (PSP), and AASHTO Accreditation Program (AAP). Through these activities, we evaluate testing competency, promote continual improvement, and instill confidence in the laboratories and specifies that use our programs.