Vizaar Vuman E3
Level II Technician – Phased Array (AUT)
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NDT.org Job Number: 50871 * Please reference NDT.org Job Number on all correspondence
Company: Desert NDT
State: IA Iowa
Country: United States
Length: 4-6 weeks
Position Title: Level II Technician – Phased Array (AUT)
Location: Iowa (around Sioux City)
REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS
Reports to: Branch Manager or Project Manager
POSITION SUMMARY
The Technician Level II – Phased Array (AUT) is responsible for performing various methods of NDT/NDE in the methods they are certified, detailing examination findings in report format, and interfacing with the customer representative(s). Emphasis is placed on quality of the work product and the efficiency of work execution.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Actively participate in Company and Client safety programs
2. Demonstrated ability to effectively perform assigned NDT/NDE tasks, in which they are certified, and interpret results of inspections
3. Set up and utilize various equipment
4. Ensuring strict adherence to industrial safety and health guidelines and our radiation safety program and regulations
5. Organize and report test results
6. Fill out daily inspection reports and documentation as required
7. Perform other job related tasks as assigned by management
8. Adheres to the Company Code of Conduct
9. Complete time sheet and expense reports weekly
10. Complete Time and Material sheets

Skills:
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
1. Self-motivated and reliable
2. Ability to self-direct work schedule
3. Make and keep company and customer commitments
4. Ability to lead others
5. Success in working on small teams
6. Ability to share on-the-job knowledge with others
7. Ability to communicate with multiple levels of employees
8. Maintain a high level of integrity and ethics
9. Must be able to pass a drug test and FBI background check
10. Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license
11. Must abide by Company safety policies at all times
12. Responsible for all activities performed on location
13. Maintain all certifications

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORK CONDITIONS
1. Standing, walking, sitting, lifting, crawling, carrying, pushing, pulling, reaching, handling, fingering, feeling, talking, hearing, visual acuity, accommodation and color vision
2. Moving, carrying and lifting objects in excess of 50 pounds
3. Climbing and working off of ladders, stairs and scaffolding in excess of 100 feet continuously throughout shift
4. Be able to climb ladders and platforms up to 250 feet with a harness and lanyard
5. Be able to step up into vehicles or onto equipment
6. Working extended hours and standing for extended periods of time
7. Working in indoor and outdoor environments in conditions of extreme heat and cold
8. Work in and near industrial hazards
9. Be able to work outdoors in warm, hot and cold conditions

MINIMUM EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
1. High School Diploma or equivalent
2. Certified or Certifiable Level II in any of the NDT/NDE methods (i.e. AUT, RT, MT, PT, UT and VT) Industrial Radiography Radiation Safety Program (IRRSP), agreement state card or card for radiography compliance
3. Knowledge of field NDT/NDE equipment
4. Basic computer skills, preferred
5. Knowledge in application and compliance requirements of regulatory codes (OSHA, EPA, etc.) and industry standards and recommended practices (API, NFPA, ASME, etc.) is preferred
6. Experience in power plants or generator stations

KEY RELATIONSHIPS
Works directly with clients on technical aspects of the projects and therefore must be able to communicate technical requirements and deliverables clearly and concisely.