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NAS-410 Level II FPI - Chesapeake, VA
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NDT.org Job Number: 74740 * Please reference NDT.org Job Number on all correspondence
Contact: Stephen Bertolet
Phone: 404-291-5799
Company: Applied Technical Services, LLC.
State: VA Virginia
Contact: Stephen Bertolet
Country: United States
Length: Temporary Project Work
Pay: DOE

Applied Technical Services (ATS), LLC is an internationally recognized engineering, testing, and inspection company with extensive capabilities in metallurgy, materials testing, chemical analysis, non-destructive testing, forensics, fire & explosion investigations, and equipment calibration services. ATS is headquartered in Marietta, Georgia with over 30 branch offices and approximately 1,000 employees throughout the U.S. Since 1967 ATS has established an excellent reputation in the aerospace, automotive, chemical, general manufacturing, pulp, & paper, marine, transportation, construction, and utilities industries.

Our vision is become the industry leader in providing expert consulting engineering, testing and inspection services.
Scope: ATS is currently seeking individuals with a high level of motivation, very strong work ethic, flexible schedule, detail oriented and an interest in a highly technical field. Applicants are encouraged to apply and will be required to initially work in Chesapeake, Virginia on an aerospace contract for approximately 3+ months. After this contact is complete the inspector will have the option to relocate to the Marietta, Georgia vicinity and/or work as part of our newly expanding team of highly skilled NDT and Special Process inspectors while living remotely.

Job Description: The Aerospace NDT Level II FPI/Tier 2 Inspector will include the following duties.

• In service and/or production inspections in two or more NDT methods to include Visual (VT), Magnetic Particle (MT), Fluorescent Liquid Penetrant (PT), Eddy Current (ET), Ultrasonics (UT), Radiography (RT)* see footnote
• Special Process inspection to include Superficial Hardness Testing, ALCLAD Testing, Copper Sulfate Testing, Temper Etch and other related processes
• Detailed pre and post inspection documentation using both handwritten and computer methods
• Use of complex test equipment requiring a high level of attention to detail and inspection focus
• Regular travel both domestically and internationally for both short- and longer-term inspection needs
• Meeting directly with customers and representing the ATS brand
• Working in both indoor and outdoor environmental conditions as required
• Inspection of multiple aircraft models from differing manufacturers, sub-components, newly developed aerospace designs
• Inspections performed in both team and individual settings

*This job will require candidates be NAS-410 Liquid Penetrant Level II certifiable at a minimum. 32 classroom hours 400 OJT hours

• Certifiable to NAS-410 FPI Level II and one additional method (see "Table A" below for hourly and classroom requirements, candidates must have documentation of prior experience and classroom). Applicants only certifiable to NAS-410 PT may be considered and should include a cover letter describing their experience
• A minimum of 18 months prior aircraft experience (may be in a mechanical or quality capacity gained either in instructional or hands-on settings)
• Graduated with High School Diploma, GED or equivalent
• Have strong retention and comprehension regarding the use of complex inspection systems
• Willing to travel on short notice both internationally and domestically
• Able to travel for both short term (days) and long-term inspections (weeks or months)
• Able to travel on short notice and have flexible schedule
• High level of comprehension
• Work well with others in a team environment or independently
• Be self-motivated
• Have excellent communication skills
• Have basic computer skills (Word, Excel, Windows, Power Point)
• Have good credit history
• Able assist Level II and Level III inspectors with inspections and program related duties
• Aid Level III in writing procedures
• Utilize strong organizational skills
• Speak and write in the English language
• Must be able to pass FAA drug and alcohol tests
• Must be able to pass ATS pre-employment drug and alcohol screening
• Have clean driver’s license
• Willing to work overtime as required
• Exercise prompt and consistent work attendance
• Able and willing to wear safety equipment such as masks, gloves, respirators, hearing protection, eye protection and other personal protection equipment
• Able to pass NDT and Special Process related ATS exams
• Perform NDT and/or Special Process related inspections
• Assist Level II and Level III inspectors as required
• Mentor co-inspectors as required to gain knowledge in unfamiliar inspection techniques
• Work toward the goal of becoming II NDT Inspector in various methods not previously held
• Completion of all required inspection documentation in a timely matter
• Perform various duties as assigned by the Level III and NDT Management
• Independently perform equipment setup and operation
• Perform system performance checks as required
• Protect intellectual and physical company property
• Prioritize under demanding conditions
• Communicate at high level with other team members and NDT Management
• Ensure proper tooling is in place prior to inspections
• Protection of issued communication and documentation equipment
• Arrange for shipment of required tooling to jobsite and monitor tracking information

Applied Technical Services is an equal opportunity employer where employment is based upon personal capabilities and qualifications without discrimination due to race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, disability, veteran status or any other protected characteristic as established by law.

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