|| NDT Technician Level 2
Will perform activities in support of Nondestructive Testing, primarily for magnetic particle (MT) and fluorescent penetrant processes (PT). These actives will include calibration, set up, processing, evaluating for acceptance or rejections based on applicable codes, documenting results, and developing technique sheets. Be familiar with scope and limitations of the NDT method being used and should exercise assigned responsibility for on-the-job training and guidance of Trainees and Level 1 Technicians. When not performing NDT responsibilities, will perform mechanical inspection of hardware.
- 32 individual hours of formal classroom training in both Magnetic Particle and Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection meeting the requirements of NAS410. Certificate and/or test results must be submitted with application.
- Recommended 3 years of experience, 1 year minimum, with both Magnetic Particle and Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection as a certified Level 2 at a Nadcap NDT accredited facility. Documented evidence meeting the experience requirements of NAS410 must be submitted with the application.
- Mechanical inspection experience is a plus.
- General knowledge of manufacturing processes.
- Ability to communicate and work well with others with good verbal and written skills.
- Good organizing skills.
- Utilize safe work practices.
|Duties & Responsibilities
- Follow established work instructions.
- Process parts, interpret indications, document results, and perform equipment standardization in accordance with approved work instructions.
- Carry out any necessary preparation of parts before or after inspection in accordance with approved work instructions.
- Conduct system performance checks in accordance with the applicable process standard.
- Receive guidance or supervision from a certified Level 3 in that method when necessary.
- Be thoroughly familiar with the scope and limitations of the technique/method.
- Provide the necessary on-the-job training and guidance to Trainees and Level 1 Technicians.
- Be familiar with the codes, standards, and other contractual documents for the method used.
- Develop work instructions from approved general procedures.
- Perform mechanical inspection of components and record results.
- Other duties as assigned.