NDT Level II
Posted: 1/12/2022 2:07:31 PM
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Component Repair Technologies
Are you a skilled NDT technician tired of traveling from job location to job location looking for stable work? Are you looking for a challenging or rewarding job opportunity? Under the guidance of the company Level III, you can have the opportunity to exercise the privileges of company certifications to prepare, process, and inspect parts in various stages of repair. The selected candidate will be joining a team of highly innovative and motivated technicians that uphold our reputation of quality inspections in the aviation repair industry.
Component Repair Technologies, Inc. (CRT) is an FAA certified repair station specializing in gas turbine engine component repairs for air, land, and sea.
Our success and world-class reputation in the aviation repair industry can be attributed to our long-standing commitment to quality of product and quality of service, ensuring we exceed FAA standards and customer expectations. Something founder Tom Wheeler realized early on is that we work best as a team and the RAOWIT concept: employees performing “Random Acts of Whatever it Takes.” There is important work to do that requires many skills and specializations and RĀOWIT reminds us that we are all important parts of the process. We all matter at CRT.
Watch the company video: https://componentrepair.com/join-us/
Since its early years, Component Repair Technologies has held events that are centered on the employee and their families. The company demonstrates its commitment to providing for the employees and family with 100% paid healthcare premiums, 401(k) matching, and profit-sharing bonuses. Additionally, we offer:
- Well-lit, clean work environment
- Competitive pay with $2-3 shift premiums
- Paid tuition for job-related courses and programs on-site and at area colleges
- State-sponsored apprenticeship programs
- Wellness programs, onsite gym, and EAP services
- Career path and development opportunities
- Fun employee and family events throughout the year, including our annual holiday party
What will your workday look like?
-Inspection of parts in accordance with manufacturers’ repair/overhaul manuals or other specifications for the interpretation of indications found.
-Conducting tests to ensure quality or detect discontinuities (defects) and establish techniques for proper examination of objects under inspection, ensuring strict adherence to safety regulations.
-Set-up, calibration, and utilization of nondestructive testing equipment within department.
-Work closely with CRT NDT Level III, Engineering, and Quality Engineering to evaluate and interpret indications.
-Apply test criteria in accordance with applicable specifications or standards and evaluate results.
-Organize and report test results and daily radiation reports.
-Perform specialized inspections and other job related tasks as assigned by management.
CRT is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace and promoting the health and well-being of its employees. It is the Company’s policy to only hire individuals who do not use drugs/nicotine products. All candidates will be screened for drug/nicotine use prior to hire. Employment opportunities at CRT are open to all qualified applicants solely on the basis of their job-related experience, knowledge, skills and abilities. CRT complies with all applicable federal, state and local laws with regard to equal employment opportunity.
The CRT team utilizes texting in its recruitment process; you may receive texts from application through the hiring stage.
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-On the job training hours, classroom training hours, and on the job experience hours as outlined in QPM 685-001 / NAS-410 are required to meet minimum standards for qualification to Level II.
-Must pass tests given by Company NDT Level III or other NDT Level III approved by the company as outlined in QPM 685-001 / NAS-410 to meet minimum standards for certification to Level II.
-Three to five years’ experience as a Level II in Lab setting of FPI, FMPI (bench unit), Xray (Low energy tubes / CR / IRRSP card holder), UT and ECI, for which qualification/certification is acquired (aerospace experience strongly preferred).
-College level materials courses such as Intro to Metallurgy, Welding Engineering, Manufacturing Processes.
-Welding inspection background or CWI.
-General knowledge of turbine engine component repairs, including welding, heat treat, machining, and coatings.
-Pass vision tests required to meet minimum standards for qualification, including color perception and near vision.