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[NDT/NDE Technician] Liquid Penetrant/Magnetic Particle Testing Inspector II


Posted by: PMQS <jobs@pmqservices.com> on September 14, 2018 at 04:36:20. Click here to reply to this post via Email.Click here for help with email link

Contract / Temp to Direct / Direct Hire: Contract
City: Newport News
State: Virginia
Country: United States

*****ALL QUALIFIED CANDIDATES PLEASE APPLY USING LINK BELOW*****

All inspectors shall have documented qualification/certification to the Level II requirements for ASNT's SNT-TC-1A, 2001 Edition or later. Inspectors shall have passed written general theory and procedure specific examinations for the applicable method(s). General examinations cover basic test principles relative to the applicable method. Specific examinations cover the equipment, operating procedures and test techniques that candidates may encounter in their specific assignment. Specific examination also covers the specifications, codes and acceptance criteria used in the applicable NDT procedures. NDT Level II: All Methods --- Additional general and specific exams will be administered by Newport News. Inspectors shall have passed practical examinations for the applicable method(s) in which they have demonstrated ability to operate the necessary NDT equipment, and record and analyze the resultant information. Additional practical exams will be administered by Newport News. Inspectors shall have passed a visual acuity exam using Jaeger 1 letters at distance of not less than 12 inches within the last year. Additional vision exams will be administered by Newport News. Inspectors shall have a minimum of 4 years documented current (performed inspections in the applicable method(s) within the past 9 months) continuous experience as a certified inspector in the applicable inspection method(s). Supplier will provide current certification documentation containing training and experience records, results of all current examinations, and a record of vision tests. These records shall be available for the current and preceding 3-year certification period. PT (II) inspectors must be Safety Harness and Respirator qualified. Inspectors must be familiar with OSHA regulations relative to the shipbuilding industry. MT (II) All inspectors shall have documented qualification/certification to the Level II requirements for ASNT's SNT-TC-1A, 2001 Edition or later. Inspectors shall have passed written general theory and procedure specific examinations for the applicable method(s). General examinations cover basic test principles relative to the applicable method. Specific examinations cover the equipment, operating procedures and test techniques that candidates may encounter in their specific assignment. Specific examination also covers the specifications, codes and acceptance criteria used in the applicable NDT procedures. NDT Level II: All Methods -- Additional general and specific exams will be administered by Newport News Inspectors shall have passed practical examinations for the applicable method(s) in which they have demonstrated ability to operate the necessary NDT equipment, and record and analyze the resultant information. Additional practical exams will be administered by Newport News. Inspectors shall have passed a visual acuity exam using Jaeger 1 letters at distance of not less than 12 inches within the last year. Additional vision exams will be administered by Newport News. Inspectors shall have a minimum of 4 years documented current (performed inspections in the applicable method(s) within the past 9 months) continuous experience as a certified inspector in the applicable inspection method(s). Supplier will provide current certification documentation containing training and experience records, results of all current examinations, and a record of vision tests. These records shall be available for the current and preceding 3-year certification period. MT (II) inspectors shall have passed a vision exam to distinguish between various colors. Additional exams to distinguish colors will be administered by Newport News. MT (II) inspectors must be Safety Harness and Respirator qualified. Inspectors must be familiar with OSHA regulations relative to the shipbuilding industry.

These inspectors will be assigned to a shop environment performing MT inspections on structural welds. There will be some climbing, crawling required and MT inspectors would be expected to perform some minor grinding for relevancy checks in the process of the MT inspection.








      

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