RS NDT Tech II
In a team oriented environment, performs all tasks in area of responsibility in a timely and efficient manner to ensure aircraft parts, sub-assemblies, major assemblies and installations are built to type design data.
1. Performs non-destructive tests (NDT) and determines product acceptability to the authorized limits of the NDT level obtained in accordance with prescribed methods and procedures.
2. Records, organizes and evaluates test results and enter results into applicable documents.
3. Ensures compliance to all radiation safety rules and regulations and provides protection to self and others during testing.
4. Maintains equipment and assures calibration for tests to be performed.
5. Maintains inventory control of area equipment.
1. Works with and assists other NDT Technicians as required.
2. Coordinates NDT inspection workload according to priorities, efficiency and cost effectiveness.
3. Provides technical assistance to subordinate level NDT technicians.
4. Performs process control on area inspection equipment.
6. Performs exposure room interlock safety checks, establishes radiation safety barriers, zeros pocket dosimeters, operates radiation survey meters and completes applicable survey logs and forms. 7. Performs automated ultrasonic C-scan inspection of composite parts.
8. Must be available to work any shift. Perform other duties as assigned.
Education and Experience Requirements:
Level II in UT is mandatory, other ratings in other methods a plus.
Must be able to read, write, speak, and understand the English language.
1. Method Level II Formal Training Hours for Certification
PT 32, MT 32, ET 80, UT 80, and RT (Film or non-film) 80
Method Level II Experience Hours for Certification
PT 400, MT 530, ET 800, UT 800, and RT (Film or non-film) 800
Method Level II Formal Training Hours Minimum Requirements
PT 16, MT 24, ET 50, UT 70, and RT (Film or non-film) 70
Method Level II Experience Hours Minimum Requirements
PT 300, MT 430, ET 700, UT 700, and RT (Film or non-film) 700