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NDT Technician Level II - UTT Limited/Eddie Current
NDT.org Job Number: 76110 * Please reference NDT.org Job Number on all correspondence
Contact: Sean Smith
Company: The Structures Company
State: NM New Mexico
Contact: Sean Smith
Country: United States
Length: 12 Months+
Pay: 40-55/hour (depending on experience)
SEVEN (7) NDT Technician roles in Truth or Consequences, NM.

The hiring manager has a few specific needs:

Need (4) with UTT LIMITED
Need (3) with EDDY CURRENT

Must have UTT (Ultra sonic thickness) and EDDY CURRENT in job history and on resume
. Prefers candidates who have aerospace experience/background.

NDT Technician Level II
$ 40-55/ Hourly/ W-2 (depending on experience)
Various Shifts
Possibility of OT
Onsite in Truth or Consequences, NM
* Must be fully vaccinated

Job Description:

This is a full-time position in Truth or Consequences/Las Cruces test flight facility.
Responsible for accomplishing assigned inspection work on space flight system hardware, assemblies, and vehicles.
Must have: Level II ultrasound inspection certification
o Either certified by prior employer OR certified ASNT
Experience with automated inspections: report findings from data analysis
Conducts inspections utilizing a variety of NDT methods which may include but are not limited to ultrasonic, penetrant, x-ray, eddy-current, and thermal/infrared and laser shearography.
Properly utilize NDT test equipment and associated tools to successfully interrogate hardware and structures, make decisions as to their acceptability for continued use and keep abreast of new and advanced test equipment.
Operate manual and automated NDT equipment.
Shall be required to document inspection results in both paper and electronic forms as well as complete and sign work records in connection with work performed.
Inspects parts, sub-assemblies and completed assemblies to the extent necessary to determine, accomplish and approve acceptability in accordance with written procedures.
Will be required to, but not limited to be working on check aircraft.
Assist with development of procedures and techniques for non-destructive testing of metallic and composite structures.
Support training of other NDT personnel using hands-on knowledge from the vehicles via different mediums as appropriate.
Excellent attendance, ability to work overtime, and other shifts as required.
What you bring
Must have successfully completed minimum training requirements defined in NAS 410, ATA 105, or ASNT-SNT-TC-1A for a Level 2 inspector in UT and PT. Training in other NDT methods is desirable.
Must have recent, documented hours, working as a NDT inspector and have obtained sufficient experience to be certified in accordance with NAS 410, ATA 105, or ASNT-SNT-TC-1A.
Must have strong working knowledge of composite aircraft and/or aerospace non-destructive testing processes in composite material.
Ability to conduct inspections with limited supervision.
Minimum 5 years aviation/aerospace industry experience desired.
Excellent computer skills. Skilled in working in Microsoft Office applications.
Experience on narrow body and/or business jet aircraft preferred.
Experience with composite aircraft is preferred although not required (commercial or military aerospace application).
Must display maturity of action and judgment.
Must be able to work under pressure and thrive in a fast-paced environment.
Good communication skills.
Ability to read, interpret, and communicate blueprints, specs, and other technical documents.
As part of our commitment to health and safety, COVID-19 vaccines are required for current U.S. teammates, as well as all newly hired employees.
Skills:
UTT LIMITED and/or EDDY CURRENT

Responsible for accomplishing assigned inspection work on space flight system hardware, assemblies, and vehicles.
Must have: Level II ultrasound inspection certification
o Either certified by prior employer OR certified ASNT
Experience with automated inspections: report findings from data analysis
Conducts inspections utilizing a variety of NDT methods which may include but are not limited to ultrasonic, penetrant, x-ray, eddy-current, and thermal/infrared and laser shearography.
Properly utilize NDT test equipment and associated tools to successfully interrogate hardware and structures, make decisions as to their acceptability for continued use and keep abreast of new and advanced test equipment.
Operate manual and automated NDT equipment.
Shall be required to document inspection results in both paper and electronic forms as well as complete and sign work records in connection with work performed.
Inspects parts, sub-assemblies and completed assemblies to the extent necessary to determine, accomplish and approve acceptability in accordance with written procedures.
Will be required to, but not limited to be working on check aircraft.
Assist with development of procedures and techniques for non-destructive testing of metallic and composite structures.
Support training of other NDT personnel using hands-on knowledge from the vehicles via different mediums as appropriate.
Excellent attendance, ability to work overtime, and other shifts as required.
What you bring
Must have successfully completed minimum training requirements defined in NAS 410, ATA 105, or ASNT-SNT-TC-1A for a Level 2 inspector in UT and PT. Training in other NDT methods is desirable.
Must have recent, documented hours, working as a NDT inspector and have obtained sufficient experience to be certified in accordance with NAS 410, ATA 105, or ASNT-SNT-TC-1A.
Must have strong working knowledge of composite aircraft and/or aerospace non-destructive testing processes in composite material.
Ability to conduct inspections with limited supervision.
Minimum 5 years aviation/aerospace industry experience desired.
Excellent computer skills. Skilled in working in Microsoft Office applications.
Experience on narrow body and/or business jet aircraft preferred.
Experience with composite aircraft is preferred although not required (commercial or military aerospace application).
Must display maturity of action and judgment.
Must be able to work under pressure and thrive in a fast-paced environment.
Good communication skills.
Ability to read, interpret, and communicate blueprints, specs, and other technical documents.
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