ULTRASONIC TECHNICIAN LEVEL I & LEVEL II
Posted: 2/6/2013 10:53:58 AM
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Creative Human Resources Concepts, LLC
Full-time direct hire
IMMEDIATE JOB OPENING
Creative Human Resources Concepts, LLC (CHRC) is currently recruiting for
contract to direct hire positions for a client located in California, Texas, Wyoming, Colorado, and North Dakota within the oil & gas industry. Qualified applicants must be
seeking full time employment.
JOB DESCRIPTION: Certified at Level I & Level II. Perform nondestructive ultrasonic
examinations on various metal materials and forge products used in oil and
petroleum markets. Operate automated immersion scanning equipment to
check materials or product requirements against standards, procedures and
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Plan the methods and determine the type of ultrasonic equipment
required to inspect the internal structure of ferrous and nonferrous metal
materials, machined parts and diffusion bonded parts, assemblies and
weldments composed of a variety of materials in structures subject to high
stress, temperature or pressure.
Set up and operate immersion and contact ultrasonic equipment for
inspection of machined and detail parts, assemblies, weldments and
materials, including those having high stress, temperature or pressure limits
to exacting tolerances where accessibility requires the use of special probes
and variations in services, thickness or materials result in critical acoustical
Follow established manuals and standards and/or develop procedures
when standards are not specified. Prepare materials, parts and assemblies for
inspection. Improvise and adapt equipment.
Monitor equipment and make adjustments during inspection to
compensate for non-relevant ultrasonic signals. Adjust sensitivity and
attenuation controls within marginal material responses and equipment
operating conditions. Set up and operate peripheral computer controlled
equipment to input ultrasonic base line data in conjunction with ultrasonic
equipment operations. Under direction from and contour wedges and shoes
or other required components for proper application of ultrasonic equipment.
Inspect and interpret readings on oscilloscope screens or ultrasonic
recordings for machined parts, diffusion bonded parts, assemblies and
weldments including those having high stress, temperatures or pressure
limits. Analyze and interpret indications of flaws, defects, normal
discontinuities or interference. Detect and identify all flaws and defects
including exact size and shape, mark location of defects on material, parts
and assemblies and determine acceptability.
Record inspection results manually or with the aid of a computer or
computer based systems.
Accept or reject items in compliance with fracture control specifications
or other critical customer requirements. Order rejection and rework or sign
off items as acceptable.
Perform tasks to the extent certified and qualified in.
Set up and calibrate equipment.
Conduct tests with Ultrasonic Testing equipment.
Conduct tests in the basic NDT methods to the extent certified and
Interpret, evaluate and document results through formal reports.
Direct the work of trainees and Level I personnel in the method(s) in
which certified and capable of.
Provide direction and guidance with the codes, standards and other
contractual documents that control the method as utilized by the employer.
Write procedures, and/or develop inspection techniques, which must be
approved by a Level III.
Assist account managers with quoting projects as needed.
Responsible for all paperwork to the completed in a timely manner.
Maintain and promote a positive attitude toward Assistant and
REQUIRED EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE/CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES:
High school diploma or GED is required.
Some previous work-related skill, knowledge or experience is required.
Immersion and automated ultrasonic testing experience.
Previous experience and knowledge of advanced UT applications such as
Phased Array, Shearwave, Tip Diffraction, IGSCC & TOFD a plus.
Must have a valid drivers license.
Must be able to work various shifts.
Must be able to travel out of town 50% or more of the time.
Must have ability to meet company certification standards.
Ability to set up and standardize equipment, conduct tests, interpret and
evaluate hardware for acceptance or rejection in compliance with required
specifications and standards and document the results.
Be thoroughly familiar with the scope and limitations of the techniques
and method in which they are certified.
Be familiar with reading and interpreting shop planning, codes,
engineering drawings and specifications, engineering orders, inspection
procedures, material review reports and other contractual documents.
Be capable of developing written work instructions form approved
Must have working knowledge of MS Office Suite of products.
Basic knowledge and understanding of product manufacturing and
Knowledge of the structure and content of the English language
including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition and
Knowledge of arithmetic and algebra
Knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer service.
This includes customer needs assessment, meeting quality standards for
services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction.
Drug and alcohol screens performed randomly..
Any job offer is contingent upon the successful completion of pre-
employment drug screen, physical, criminal background check,
education/employment verifications and reference checks. NO FELONIES
AND CLEAR DRIVING RECORD are required. All qualified candidates for this
position must be eligible to work in the United States without VISA
SHIFT/HOURS: Shifts & Hours will vary Must be Flexible to work overtime
Travel required 50% to 75% of time
PAY RATE: Depends on Experience and Work Location
Qualified applicants can forward resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.