Posted: 8/27/2008 6:33:07 PM
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Wouldn’t you like to be a part of making dreams come true? Walt Disney® Parks and Resorts is not just home to Disney's beloved characters, but where you can help make magical memories for Guests everyday. Being the place “Where Dreams Come True” traces back to when Walt Disney formed what is today known as the creative world of Walt Disney Imagineering, to build Disneyland® in Anaheim, California, and later Walt Disney World® Resort near Orlando, FL.
Since then, Walt Disney Parks and Resorts has grown to encompass five resort locations around the world (including 11 theme parks on three continents), the world-class Disney Cruise Line®, eight Disney Vacation Club® resorts, and Adventures by Disney®.
Spectacular rides, enjoyable resort stays, wonderful dining experiences, and magical moments, don’t happen without a talented team of Cast Members. Whether you are in finance, IT, operations, human resources, marketing, sales, engineering, animal programs, or any of our other diverse departments, we remain dedicated to the promise that our Cast Members turn the ordinary into the extraordinary.
Just think - You could be a part of making dreams come true for so many of our Guests for the Year of a Million Dreams.
Responsible for performing physical inspections of attraction components and assemblies as specified by Engineering and legal requirements. Components and systems may either be new, in-service, or were previously in-service. Inspectors utilize a wide variety of specialized equipment and methods to detect metal fatigue, corrosion, and dimensional characteristics. Record and forward inspection results to cognizant Engineers for evaluation. Write specialized procedures and provide leadership and training. Complete documentation in accordance with applicable procedures. Documentation includes digital photographs, sketches, written reports, and updating applicable logs and databases. Verify that operations are in accordance with Engineering and legal requirements. Verification ranges from witnessing welders tests to checking torque wrenches on specialized calibrating equipment. Write specialized inspection procedures in accordance with nationally recognized standards. Provide training to other Cast Members on procedures.
* Level II qualification and certification in accordance with American Society for Nondestructive Testing requirements in Visual Inspection.
* Ability to utilize precision inspection equipment which includes specialized software.
* Ability to utilize Microsoft Office Suite to maintain records.
* Strong attention to detail.
* Ability to understand and follow procedures.
* Acceptable eye sight in accordance with American Society for Nondestructive Testing standards.
* Demonstrated orientation to adapt in a flexible, fast-paced work environment.
7-10 years experience Mechanical Inspection, Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (e.g. ANSI/ASME 14.5M), American Welding Society Certified Welding Inspector, Experience operating Coordinate Measuring Machines.