NDT TECHNICIAN II
NDT.org Member Since: 2011
Last Updated: 2/23/2011
SC South Carolina
I am willing to Travel.
I need a job as soon as possible.
I prefer permanent jobs.
389 Edenvale Road, Rock Hill, SC 29730 Phone: 803-372-8613 • Alt Phone: 803-389-0952 • E-mail: email@example.com
Dear Quality Assurance Manager or Human Resources,
I would greatly appreciate the opportunity to have an interview for a NDE position, or any other position available with your company. Over the past 13 years I have both trained in and executed the necessary NDE procedures to provide an exceptional service to prior employers. I was unfortunately laid off recently from Curtiss-Wright Controls, Inc. Engineered Systems due to downsizing. I worked as a Quality Assurance Inspector (NDT), located in Shelby, NC, from June 2008 until March 2009.1 performed Magnetic Particle Inspections (MPI) and Fluorescent Penetrant Inspections (FPI) on aircraft parts.
Prior to working at Curtiss-Wright, I worked at ATI ALL VAC in Richburg, SC from April 2004 to June 2008. There, as a NDE Technician, I performed Visual, EDDY Current, and Immersion Ultrasonic testing on raw bar stock material in the Finishing department.
Before ATI ALLVAC, I worked as a NDE Technician under Quality Assurance for Siemens Westinghouse Power Generation Rotors and Parts from June 2001 to March 2003. There, I performed MT, PT, UT, ET, X-RAY, and visual inspection on all parts, including turbines, blades, airfoils, and much more.
Prior to working at Siemens Westinghouse, I proudly served in the United States Air Force from August 1995 to May 2000 ending as aNDI Journeyman Level II. While serving my Country I gained Five years of experience in NDI disciplines providing inspections on all aircraft, engines, and other parts.
My resume, that is attached, highlights my ability to correctly and safely complete NDE inspections and related tasks. Thank you in advance for your time. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. I would appreciate the opportunity to review my qualifications in more detail.
Thank You For Your Time,
389 Edenvale Road, Rock Hill, SC 29730 Phone: 803-389-0952 • Alt Phone: 803-372-8613 • E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Experienced and Qualified NDE (Inspection) Technician with over 13 years of demonstrated success in NDE inspections and procedures that provides thorough and top notch services. Follows all safety protocols and is adept at learning new responsibilities quickly. Possesses first-rate communication skills.
Qualified NDE Inspection Procedures
I have extensive training and I am thoroughly qualified in the following.
Magnetic Particle (dry powder and fluorescent)
Penetrant (methods B, C, D)
Ultrasonics (contact and immersion)
Oil Analysis (JOAP)
Visual inspection with Microscope, Magnifying glass, Flashlight, Borescope, Micrometers, etc.
All Backup Procedures for the above
/ have training in the following areas.
Quality Assurance ALARA Radiation Safety Landauer Radiation Safety Hazardous Waste MSDS and OSHA
PPE and Safety
Fork Truck Licensed
Paragon Rotor Bore System
ISO 9001:2000 Transition Overview
Curtiss-Wright Controls, Inc. Engineered Systems
Supplies flight control and utility actuation components and subsystems used on military and commercial
Quality Assurance Inspector (NOT) 07 June 2008 to 05 March 2009
Facility located in Shelby, NC. I performed Magnetic Particle Inspections (MPI) and Fluorescent Penetrant Inspections (FPI) on aircraft parts.
Supplies a full range of specialty metals and alloys.
NDE Technician 12 April 2004 to 04 June 2008
Facility located in Richburg, SC. Under the Finishing department I performed Visual, EDDY Current, and Immersion Ultrasonic testing on raw bar stock material.
Siemens Westinghouse Power Generation Rotors and Parts Center provides a full array of repair services and tests for power plants.
NDE Technician 20 June 2001 to 31 March 2003
Working under the Quality Assurance department I performed MT, PT, UT, ET, X-RAY, and visual inspection on all parts. These inspections included equipment such as: turbines, blades, airfoils, and much more.
United States Air Force
The mission of the United States Air Force is to fly, fight, and win in air, space and cyberspace.
NDI Journeyman Level II August 1995 to May 2000
I proudly served in the USAF where I was promoted to NDI Journeyman Level II working in the field of Non-Destructive Testing. I used all NDI disciplines to perform all required inspections on aircraft, engines, and parts. I was stationed at Langley Air Force Base in Hampton, Virginia where I concentrated on inspection of three squadrons of F-15 jets. During my service, I was occasionally deployed to Saudi Arabia where I had the opportunity to inspect a variety of military aircraft.
Bill Rice 1-865-684-5336 (Coworker at Curtiss-Wright)
Trevor Morrissette 1-704-481-2241 (Supervisor at Curtiss-Wright)
Warren Tallent 1-704-481-2389 (QA Manager at Curtiss-Wright)
Brian Davis 1-704-789-4313 (Supervisor at ALLVAC 989-0100)
Glenn Totherow 1-704-789-4343 (Prior Supervisor at ALLVAC)
Dennis Hemphill 1-704-789-4304 (Human Resources at ALLVAC)
Sgt. Bubanks 1-757-764-1644 (USAF [1 EMS First Seargant] - Langley AFB, Hampton VA)
Francis Leitner 1-704-551-5100 (Quality Manager at Siemens Westinghouse)
Bruce Ainslee 1-704-551-5213 (Human Resources at Siemens Westinghouse)