Mistras Group
NDE Quality Inspector at Kennedy Space Center
NDT.org Job Number: 75707 * Please reference NDT.org Job Number on all correspondence
Contact: Jill Young
Phone: 2024807991
Company: ASRC Federal
State: MD Maryland
Contact: Jill Young
Country: United States
ASRC Federal Space and Defense, a subsidiary of ASRC Federal, is seeking a NDE Quality Inspector in Kennedy Space Center, FL.

ASRC Federal Space and Defense brings a 14-year history of delivering high-performance space systems engineering, integration and satellite operations services to civil and defense agencies. ASRC Federal Space and Defense provides these services throughout all phases of the program life cycle and across the entire space systems architecture, including space and ground assets.


Job Description

Non-Destructive Test (NDT) inspector supporting the Orion manned space flight program at Kennedy Space Center Neil Armstrong Building. It's a fast-paced manufacturing and Assembly, Test & Launch Operations environment. The candidate will work with an experienced Quality Engineering and NDT inspection team. Collaborates with engineering and manufacturing functions to ensure product quality and acceptance requirements are met. Position will also perform nondestructive engineering evaluation reporting including defect analysis and coordination with other operational and engineering groups.

Individual must be capable of obtaining Level 2 certifications in accordance with NAS410 qualification requirements in the following methods: Liquid Penetrant (PT), Ultrasonic Testing (UT), Visual Weld (VT), Eddy Current (ET), or Digital Radiography (DR), Computed Radiography (CR), and Film Radiographic Testing (RT). Prefer individuals with prior NAS410 Level 2 or 3 certification in multiple methods. Individual's duties will include reading/interpreting technical procedures and work instructions, as well as hands on evaluations for acceptance/rejection of products and engineering support for Space Systems. All individuals must be able to work independently. Individual will be expected to support program required inspections during off-shifts and with short notice to support program needs and schedules. Investigate instances of nonconforming material and facilitate the determination of root cause, corrective/preventative actions, recommendation of disposition for Material Review Board action. Reviews and/or approves inspection records for adequacy and compliance to procedures and quality standards.
Skills:
Basic Qualifications (Required Skills):

Prior Aerospace experience with NAS410 (or equivalent) Level 2 or 3 certification in at least three of the following methods: Computed Radiography (CR). Digital Radiography (DR), Liquid Penetrant (PT), Magnetic Particle (MT), Ultrasonic (UT), Visual Weld (VT).
Proficiency in Microsoft Office products (Word, PowerPoint and Excel) and database utilization.
Must be willing to travel domestically to conduct NDT business.
Knowledge of Quality Systems and Processes.
Strong verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to multi-task, be thorough and detail oriented, with strong job closure and analytical skills.
Previous composite material inspection, AWS CWI experience, orbital tube weld inspections and Infrared Thermography Testing (IRT) certifications considered.
Must be a US Citizen.
Desired Qualifications and Skills:

Prior Aerospace experience specifically with NAS410.
IRRSP Certification- X-ray (preferred).
An already obtained 40hr Non-Film/Digital Radiography formal training course with documentation.
SAP Familiarity.
Note: The primary focus of this position will be to provide the needed coverage of all NDE work, with 3rd shift X-ray being our highest priority.
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