NDT Level III Inspector - Engine Components
Posted: 12/5/2011 1:54:50 PM
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Permanent - Direct Hire
Join the largest independent maintenance, repair and
overhaul (MRO) of gas turbine engines in the world. Founded
in 1911, we are built from long-established companies. We
follow the philosophy of "repair rather than replace" worn
or damaged parts to meet OEM specifications, the team works
to shorten turnaround times, while helping optimize engine
performance and minimize overall operating costs. This
service includes repair and overhaul for a multitude of OEM
engine and APU components including Rolls Royce, General
Electric, Pratt & Whitney, and Honeywell.
Our facility is at $60M annual sales with anticipated growth
of up to $160M. We have a dedicated workforce of 350
employees. We bring a 50 year track record of excellence in
component repair while providing services such as heat
treating, plasma spray, welding aerospace materials,
fluorescent penetrant inspection, x-ray and clean line.
Client is currently looking for a dynamic individual to
provide leadership and operational excellence to this fast
We are in search of an experienced NDT Inspector - Level III
preferably with experience in the area repair processes
specific to aero and aero derivative gas turbine engine
components. If you have penetrant, ultrasound, radiography,
or eddy current experience with Level III ASNT certification
in aerospace or automotive environments, we'd like to speak
Location: Cincinnati, OH
Reports to: Senior Vice President, Component Services
DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
--Ensures the functional and acceptable status of the non-
destructive test equipment in accordance with the
appropriate company process.
--Determines the acceptance of parts and components for
surface condition in preparation for the non-destructive
--Extensive experience with Radiographic Testing (RT),
Magnetic Particle Testing (MT) Ultrasonic Testing (UT) and
Liquid Penetrant Testing (PT) is required.
Performs the specific non-destructive test process as
identified in the shop order work instruction.
Processes the part(s) in accordance with the appropriate
--Inspects and interprets the test results.
Marks all unacceptable discontinuities for location and
--Documents the completion and test results of non-
destructive test process.
--Ensures parts are cleaned following completion of NDT
process and in acceptable condition for further processing.
--Performs equipment and material maintenance checks in
accordance with the appropriate company process.
--Maintains records of all maintenance performed on the non-
destructive test equipment and materials.
--Liaisons with engineering, inspection and other personnel
as required to assist in researching and solving non-
destructive test process problems.
--Maintains personal qualifications as stated in the
appropriate company process.
--Participates in continuous improvement of cell processes.
--Cross trains in other complementary skills and seeks
endorsements for those skills as needed to support
--Moves between production assignments that utilize multiple
skills endorsements as needed to support production
--Participates in the cross training of other technicians as
needed to support production requirements.
--Responsible for observing all applicable safety
requirements and reporting immediately any unsafe
--Previous aerospace/aviation experience is highly
preferred. Automotive experience is acceptable.
--Knowledgeable in and understanding of inherent and non-
inherent discontinuities found in materials.
--Extensive experience with ASNT certification in
Radiographic Testing (RT), Magnetic Particle Testing (MT)
Ultrasonic Testing (UT) and Liquid Penetrant Testing (PT) is
--Experience with NadCap is a plus.
--Extensive experience with Knowledgeable in the
requirements and methods of handling materials processed.
--Knowledgeable in the Workplace Health & Safety
--Ability to attain the internal non-destructive test
--Proficient in technical writing.
--Ability to lift up to 50 pounds (unassisted) for
approximately 25% of the average work day.
--Regularly required to sit and stand for prolonged periods.
--Working knowledge of production management computer system
and other related internal control systems.
--US Citizenship is required.