4 months ago
Job Description *
To identify and evaluate indications of defects in castings using fluorescent penetrant inspection methods to determine if castings meet customer specifications and PCC standards; to route rejectable castings and to identify indications for rework.
1. Penetrant Inspection.
Objective: to identify and evaluate defects made detectable by the application of fluorescent penetrant to castings.
A. Places castings on inspection tables or carts manually or with hoists.
B. Visually inspects penetrant-treated castings under ultraviolet light for surface discontinuities.
C. Inspects castings for cracks, oxides, cold shots, cold shuts, shrinkage, dirt and other types of indications.
D. Uses mirrors and other hand tools for inspection as needed; may use boroscopes or other ultraviolet light sources.
E. May perform grinding for minor repairs.
F. Applies fluorescent penetrant liquid to castings as needed for spot checks.
G. Completes air pressure tests for penetrant leaks on specified parts.
H. May train Line Operators.
2. Defect Evaluation and Routing.
Objective: to evaluate inspection results, and route for acceptability, salvage or scrap.
A. Marks indications on parts during inspection.
B. Analyzes inspection results and evaluates castings for acceptance or salvage repair.
C. Completes salvage routing cards, indicating necessary repairs.
Objective: to take responsibility for and demonstrate safe work practices.
A. Adheres to plant and department safety rules.
B. Safely operates all equipment and tools.
C. Identifies and reports safety problems.
D. May be required to work with hazardous waste.
4. Completes logs, reports and records.
5. Performs other tasks as directed, including line operations.
1. Training is provided on the job.
2. Level 2 Penetrant Inspection Courses.
3. Level 2 Penetrant Inspection Certification.
4. May be required to complete hazardous waste management training.
1. Advanced inspection skills as demonstrated by the competent performance of Penetrant Line Operator and Level 1 Penetrant Inspection Certification.
An equivalent combination of classroom training and work experience.
2. High School Graduation or GED (necessary for NDT certification).
3. Ability to read and follow specifications found in Tech Cards, Quality Control Manuals, and other technical materials.
4. 20/30 correctable vision, and satisfactory passage of depth perception and color vision tests.
5. Ability to lift and/or maneuver objects weighing twenty to forty pounds and occasionally up to eighty pounds.
6. Ability to work in difficult working conditions which may include exposure to noise, dust, chemicals, temperature extremes and other elements for extended periods of time.
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PCC Structurals is committed to a diverse workforce. As Equal Opportunity Employer, VEVRAA Federal Contractor, affirmative action employer we provide equal opportunity to all persons, regardless of race, religion, age, gender, disability, status as a protected veteran, national origin, color, or any other classification in accordance with federal, state, and local statutes, regulations and ordinances "Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran Status/VEVRAA Federal Contractor". Veterans are encouraged to self-identify as PCC Structurals desires to provide protected veterans priority referrals for open positions. PCC Structurals complies with all laws and regulations associated with the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA).