NDE LEVEL II TECHNICIAN
Posted: 8/29/2019 6:48:00 AM
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Advanced Corrosion Technologies & Training
NDE Level II-RT-UTT-MT-PT-PMI (Single or Multi-Cert) Technician will be responsible for ensuring that timely and quality results are produced in accordance with ACTT and client specific procedures.
The job is subject to various weather conditions both inside and outside environments in various industries such as nuclear site, petrochemical and oil refineries. There may be some confined spaces work and working at heights. Conditions are often very hot and dirty.
Must be in good physical condition to deal with the stress of working under the adverse work conditions described above. Candidate cannot have a fear of heights or tight spaces. Physical and visual activities include standing, walking, sitting, lifting, carrying, pushing, pulling, climbing, stepping, crawling, reaching, twisting, bending, handling, and laying on back as needed. Duties often include carrying heavy equipment (>50 lbs) far distances, up, and down multiple flights of stairs. Must be able to support own weight in roped safety harness. Able to work 40-80 hours a week. May be required to drive a company vehicle pulling a trailer to and from job sites.
•Set-up and calibrate equipment.
•Conduct Non-Destructive Examinations (“NDE”).
•Interpret, evaluate and document results.
•Set-up/tear-down of equipment.
•Perform routine and preventative maintenance tasks, calibrations, and overall equipment and jobsite upkeep.
•Oversee and mentor NDE Level 1 Technicians.
•Assist in the development and implementation of NDE applications used in the field.
•Understand and follow the company/client quality and safety procedures, applicable codes, and acceptance criteria pertaining to the project.
•Other duties as assigned.
•High School Diploma or equivalent is required and submitted with application.
•1 - 3 years of NDE experience is preferred and supporting documentation of previous certification, OJT, and classroom training is to be submitted with application or available upon request.
•Successful completion of 40-hour radiation safety course (RT Technicians).
•Proficient verbal and written communication skills.
•Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
•Proficient computer skills, specifically Microsoft Office.
•Familiar with NDE codes, standards and other contractual documents.
•Ability to write comprehensive reports.
•Be a good citizen and able to pass an FBI background check, drug/alcohol test and other pre-employment testing.