A Snapshot of Your Day
Will support manufacturing and processing blades and vanes on the Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection Line with NDT Level 2 responsibilities for inspection in the Gibsonton Florida Location.
How You’ll Make An Impact
Will set up and calibrate equipment, conduct examinations, and interpret results concerning applicable codes, standards, and specifications.
Familiar with the scope and limitations of the method and techniques for which qualified, shall exercise assigned responsibility for on-the-job training and guidance of trainees and NDT Level I personnel.
Organizing and reporting the results of NDT tests.
Performing an interpretation of FPI indications for acceptance to work instructions/techniques to meet customer specifications.
Reporting all required data and mapping the results as required.
Cross-training and other duties may be assigned as needed.
What You Bring
Achieve and maintain internal certifications per SNT-TC-1A and customer requirements including examination for general method knowledge, specific procedure understanding and practical performance of the method.
Must become trained to the PT certification requirements including 12 hours of formal classroom training and 400 hours of OJT under a certified NDT Level I, II or III.
Minimum of High School Diploma or GED is required.
Investment casting experience and knowledge preferred.
General knowledge of other NDT disciplines a plus.
Applicants must be legally authorized for employment in the United States without the need for current or future employer-sponsored work authorization.
This position will require an export license from the Department of Commerce, Bureau of Industry and Security, and/or the Department of State, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls. Issuance of any required license is a prerequisite for this position. The candidate must be able to work with export-controlled technology in accordance with US export control law.