Evident Ultrasonic Inspection Equipment
Level II RT Technician-Local to Gray, La and Surrounding Areas
NDT.org Job Number: 78551 * Please reference NDT.org Job Number on all correspondence
Contact: Rebecca Shafter
Phone: 713-408-9530
Company: NVI NDT
State: LA Louisiana
Contact: Rebecca Shafter
Country: United States
Length: Full-time
NVI, LLC is seeking to hire several highly motivated and career minded nondestructive testing professionals to fill immediate openings. NVI, LLC is pleased to announce an exciting new opportunity for Level II NDE Technicians local to Gray, La and surrounding areas, that are willing to travel and work offshore. As a member of our team, you will have access to an array of benefits including recruitment incentives, safety awards, and accolades for exceptional performance. We support professional and personal growth with cost-free career development, retirement planning programs with employer contributions, and competitive health care programs. We offer impressive salaries designed to provide immediate positive enhancement to your lifestyle.

NVI, a Louisiana based nondestructive testing service provider, is committed to servicing our employees, clients and communities we work in, and is searching for local candidates to the region to hire. Apply today to join our organization!



Benefits

NVI, LLC offers full benefits including:

•Holiday pay

•Paid Vacation

•Traditional 401K Retirement Plan with Employer Match Benefit

•Profit Sharing Plan

•Health, Dental, Life, Short & Long Disability and Vision Insurances



Job Description

The Level II Radiography Technician is responsible for, but not limited to, the following responsibilities:

•Perform Level II RT inspections and other NDE inspections as specified.

•Set up and calibrate testing equipment and materials.

•Calculate, establish, and control radiation area.

•Apply testing criteria in accordance with applicable specifications or standards and evaluate results.

•Organize and report test results.

•Responsible for producing quality radiographs.

•Manage long term projects.

•Able to meet travel expectations.

•Communicate with customer/client representatives on a daily basis.

•Perform specialized inspections.

•May be responsible for guidance and on-the-job training of Trainees and RT Assistants in accordance with applicable codes, regulations, procedures, and the Company's written practice.

•Establish and manage all safety procedures and functions throughout a project.

•Effective at meeting deadlines established by management and the client.

•Maintain and promote a positive attitude while on projects; and,

•Any other assignment necessary to meet Level II RT responsibilities set forth by the Company.
Skills:
Required:

•Current ASNT/ACCP Level II Radiography certification.

•Valid State Radiographer’s card or IRRSP card.

•Fluent in manual film processing.

•Familiar with applicable welding codes, i.e. ASME, API, AWS, etc.

•List of projects managed as a Level II Radiographer.

•Education history.

•Valid U.S. driver’s license and able to pass Motor Vehicle History Evaluations.

•Able to pass an FBI background verification in accordance with Company’s Increased Controls program.

•Capable of passing Company’s Drug/Alcohol, Fit for Duty, and Ergonomic Testing policies/procedures; and,

•Capable of passing Company’s Level II Radiography certification process.


Preferred:

•ANST/ACCP Level II MT, PT, UT Certifications, or Documented field hours and classroom education that meets or exceeds SNT-TC-1A certification requirements for methods of MT, PT, UT & RT.

•Capable of successfully passing Company’s Level II MT, PT and UT certification process; and,

•High School Diploma, GED, and/or advanced education.
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