Career Opportunities

Senior Engineering Technician

GME currently has openings for senior engineering technicians. Applicants must have a minimum of two years experience, nuclear density gauge certification, and ACI certification of NICET or ASNT Level 2 certificate. Senior Engineering Technicians perform varied, moderately complex tasks associated with medium to large projects under the direction of the laboratory supervisor, project manager or more senior professional.

Field tasks include concrete testing, soil testing, concrete batch plant observations, grout and mortar testing, NDE of concrete (Windsor Probe, Swiss Hammer), inspection of pier foundation installation, asphalt test strip observation and field sampling, high-strength bolt testing, and post-tensioning and reinforcing steel inspection. Laboratory tasks include CBR strength test on soils, tests on concrete mix verification and trial batch mixes, tests on brick, block and stone, and bend tests on steel.

GME offers a friendly, small company atmosphere with career opportunities for professionals interested in sharing in our growth and working in a fast-paced, stable environment. Compensation is commensurate with experience/education and will include a competitive salary, participation in profit-sharing/yearly bonus program, mileage and a complete health and insurance package.

Mark Kawalek

Summer Intern

Do you want summer work experience that directly relates to your materials engineering coursework? Do you want exposure to a variety of construction projects in the Dallas/Fort Worth area?

Get hands-on experience in the field of civil engineering with a summer internship at GME, a Dallas-based engineering consulting firm. We offer fully paid summer employment in our construction materials testing division.

Through a combination of field and laboratory work, you will gain invaluable experience and exposure to the construction engineering and civil engineering fields. As an engineering technician, your duties will include field-testing of construction materials including soils, reinforcing steel and foundation materials for a variety of construction projects. You will be cross-trained in laboratory testing techniques that will help you understand the relationships between what you study and its practical applications.

Pay is commensurate for the field and will depend on experience and/or education. The position does require a pick-up truck, SUV or van, and mileage is reimbursed for personal vehicle used on company business.

Schedule is somewhat flexible, but we would like a commitment for at least 8 weeks of summer employment.

Mark Kawalek