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OFFSHORE - NDT Technician

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Posted: 10/29/2013 12:14:08 PM
NDT.org Job#: 51168
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Christy Heiland


Axess North America Inc.


TX Texas


United States




WE: DELIVER World-Class Integrity Solutions.

The business within Axess comprises the offshore and energy industries. Axess
has aggregated annual revenues of approximately NOK 405 million and has
approximately 260 engineers. Axess was established in 1998. We have our head
office in Molde, Norway. We have branch offices in Kristiansund, Orkanger,
Bergen and Trondheim in Norway, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Houston, USA, St.
Johnís, Newfoundland and in Singapore. Axess is owned by approximately 35 of
our employees.

Duties & Responsibilities
OFFSHORE Ė 3 week rotation. Inspects offshore structures and vessels, and their
appurtenances, for conformance to specifications, using NDT, fixed or preset
measuring instruments; Travels offshore on vessels and in aircraft. Examines
materials or products for anomalies, damage, or defects, such as cracks, pits,
incomplete welds, holes, dents, excessive corrosion, etc. Examines coating
conditions. Records inspection and other statistical data and surveys offshore
structures, vessels and pipelines. Makes appropriate drawings and sketches to
supplement written data. Keeps inspection data organized. Uses computer and
various software applications to prepare, check and package various types of
inspection and survey reports.
Education: High school diploma or general education degree (GED). Experience:
2+ years related experience and/or NDT training; or equivalent combination of
education and experience.


Skills & Knowledge: NDT training, HUET/Safe Gulf, Basic computer knowledge in
MSWord and Excel. Must perform basic math skills with accuracy. Aptitude for
technical writing. Ability to work with minimal supervision.

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