11 months ago
The NDT technician
is responsible for all aspects of the Non Destructive Testing
process. They inspect aircraft components for defects through
processes such as Magnetic Particle Testing, Eddy Current Testing, liquid
Penetrant Testing, and Ultrasonic Testing.
* Learn skills towards certification per NAS
410 to to NDT Level 2 in the following NDT methods;
* Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection
* Magnetic Particle Inspection (wet)
* Set up and calibrate nondestructive testing equipment.
* Conduct tests to ensure quality or detect discontinuities
(defects) using NDT methods of
* Establish techniques for proper examination of objects under
inspection, ensuring strict
* adherence to safety regulations.
* Apply testing criteria in accordance with applicable
specifications or standards and evaluate
* Organize and report test results.
* Perform specialized inspections.
* May instruct and supervise others.
* Perform other job related tasks as assigned by management.
* Certified per NAS 410 to NDT Level 2 in one or more of
the following NDT methods;
* Magnetic Particle
* Eddy Current
* 3+ months of nondestructive experience, required
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Recruiting Company: ABLE
: Individual Contributor
: First Shift
: 03/28/2018, 7:00:37 PM