LEVEL II UT Technician - Philadelphia area
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Our Customer provides comprehensive and reliable, production-based inspection solutions for critical structure materials for the aerospace industry. They have an immediate need for a Level II Inspector, UT for their facility located near Philadelphia, PA. This is a full-time position with benefits.
UT Certified NDT Level 2 with experience inspecting composites. Automated UT systems knowledge is a plus.
The NDT Level 2 should be thoroughly familiar with the scope and limitations of the methods for which qualified; with specific strengths working within aerospace inspection requirements and should expect to exercise assigned responsibility for on-the-job training (OJT). The NDT Level 2 shall be able to organize and report the results of NDT tests.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following.
Performs and maintains written quality requirements associated with company procedure manual and Customer requirements.
Establishes work instruction and technical data sheets for set-up and processing of inspection programs. Submits data to Level III for approval.
Accepts or rejects the customers’ products based on standards provided and records and reports specific inspection data.
Interprets and implements customer directed specifications and standards.
Directly assists in the training and qualification of trainees and Level I personnel through on-the-job training practices as defined by Level III.
Expands and increases knowledge of the applicable NDT method and/ or other methods not qualified for in preparation of qualification for Level I, II or III certification as applicable.
Uses of job tracking analysis to assure efficient and profitable operations are conducted.
To perform this job successfully, an individual shall have sufficient education, training and experience to ensure qualification in Ultrasonic Testing.
Certifiable to Level 2 per the requirements of NAS 410, i.e., a Level 1 UT certification and an additional 40 hours of formal training in UT, and an additional 1,200 hours of UT on the job experience
Trainee with at least 80 hours of formal training in UT, and at least 1,600 hours of on the job experience.
High School diploma or equivalent.
Ability to utilize mathematical formulas.
Ability to follow verbal and written instructions.
Ability to follow safety regulations.
Computer literate with emphasis on Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Ability to read and understand technical documents relating to the applicable method.
High level of interpersonal communication skills.
Ability and willingness to cross train other NDT methods If required.
Ability to work effectively with others and in a team environment.
Flexible to work any shift and overtime as required.
For immediate consideration call Mike at 763-561-1061, email resume to email@example.com