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NDT Supervisor - Aerospace
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Contact: Jeremy Tomsic
Phone: 4407011171
Company: Component Repair Technologies
State: OH Ohio
Contact: Jeremy Tomsic
Country: United States
Length: Full Time
Pay: Based on Experience

At Component Repair Technologies (CRT) we hire, train, develop and lead a robust team of highly technical workers that make the most difficult types of repairs on gas turbine engines. We are a certificated FAA repair station. We operate in the Aerospace field as well as the Marine & Industrial field working with the airlines, engine overhaul shops as well as original manufacturers such as GE, Pratt & Whitney and IAE. We are a local privately held business right in Mentor, Ohio, in business since 1985. We offer a family style environment with ample opportunities for individual growth at all levels. Come join the CRT team and watch your career soar!

1. Clean work environment
2. Competitive pay with $2-3 shift premiums
3. Fully paid health insurance
4. Profit sharing bonuses
5. Paid tuition for job-related courses and programs on-site and at area colleges
6. State-sponsored apprenticeship programs
7. Countless internal promotional opportunities
8. Relocation assistance available

Responsible for the safety and productivity of all production employees staffed on designated department and shift. The NDT Production Lead position is accountable for ensuring that production scheduled for completion is executed in a timely manner while adhering to all company policies and customer requirements. This position provides on the job training and technical guidance to employees staffed on designated department and shift.

$1.50/hr Flat Rate.

1.Use professionalism and leadership skills to promote company goals and enforce company policy and procedural requirements.
2.Assist the department supervisor with coordinating and directing production workers in the performance of turbine engine component repairs and other work CRT performs.
3.Assist with leadership functions such as employee development; provide input for employee performance reviews, conduct On the Job (OJT) training as required, and conflict resolution.
4.Communicate effectively in person and through various means such as department meetings, email, and company computer systems to support company goals.

1.Supervise production personnel as assigned to ensure that all work is done according to the appropriate work instructions (routings, op sketches, process and work sheets) and within the guidelines of the CRT Repair Station Manual.
2.Ensure employee safety and identify problems to immediate supervisor for correction.
3.Alert supervisor of equipment and tooling issues.
4.Ensure personnel assigned are competent to perform task(s) assigned to them and provide the necessary guidance and training as required.
5.Perform repairs on jobs as needed to meet daily requirements of the customer.
6.Review work orders entering and leaving the department for defects in product and paperwork to ensure quality objectives are being met and that defects are not getting passed on or received from other departments.
7.Assist in the execution of the daily production schedules though machine and operator allocations and communicate challenges to supervisor.
8.Provide input to the supervisor for employee performance appraisals.
9.Maintain assigned shop areas and oversee equipment preventive maintenance, cleanliness, and overall department organization.
10.Assist with the implementation of process improvements that drive towards company goals.
11.Team with process supervisor for timely completion of all Root Case and Corrective Action investigations assigned.
12.Maintain positive work environment and the reduction of rework and wasteful activities.
13.Any other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Effectively communicate company and departmental goals and expectations to employees. Recognize performance problems that interfere with achievement of production goals and team with others to take the appropriate corrective actions. Set the example by actively contributing to department and company goals and values. Provide guidance and direction for employees staffed on designated department and shift.
1.NDT Level II Certifications in a minimum of Liquid Penetrant and Mag Particle Inspection.
2.Minimum of 2 years’ experience as a Certified Level II.
3.Turbine engine component repairs and their repair processes.
4.Basic understand of shop practices and methods.
5.Understanding of ERP system and Microsoft Office products.
6.Detail-oriented, ability to multi-task and prioritize tasks with strict deadlines.
7.Using logic and reasoning to identify solutions to problems.
8.Demonstrate personal time management skills.
9.Strong communication and leadership skills – strong reading, writing, and speaking skills, including public speaking. The ability to give and receive constructive criticism. The ability to organize and oversee the process of technical information and maintain records.
10.Knowledge of and belief in CRT systems and procedures.
11.Must have an understanding of basic shop math and geometric tolerances as related to CRT drawings and standard manufacturing methods.

Demonstrate understanding of general shop safety practices, including use of personal protection such as safety glasses.

1.Read, write and understand English and be able to communicate with other employees. Self starter and work with minimum supervision.
2.Proven track record with managing day to day production expectations, ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, set priorities, identify and address problems, and meet deadlines.
3.Where FAA certification is required, must meet the requirements of FAR part 65 (at least 18 months experience in the processes overseen, industry certification when required, demonstrated knowledge of applicable FAA regulations, demonstrated knowledge of CRT Repair Station Manual and quality systems).
4.Move heavy parts (more than 100 pounds) using cranes, slings, carts, and other handling devices. Move less heavy parts (less than 50 pounds) with or without cranes, slings, carts and other handling devices. Follow parts handling requirements.
5.Stand and/or sit for extended hours and be able to perform work in difficult positions. Have the ability to climb in and out of machines, up and down stairs to check work.
6.Read, comprehend and write technical information and data.

1.4 Years of experience as a Certified Level II inspector in 3 NDT processes.
2.Technical high school and/or trade school graduate plus three years aircraft repair or equivalent experience.
3.Knowledge of FAA/EASA regulations and/or other governing regulations.
4.Knowledge of OEM applicable technical data, engine manuals, overhaul manuals, and/or processes to maintain aircraft components.
5.Commitment to continuing education. Able and willing to continue technical and supervisory education through seminars or classes.

The intent of this position description is to illustrate the typical duties and responsibilities for this position. This description does not restrict management’s right to assign or reassign duties and responsibilities to persons in this position at any time.

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