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Ralph Meij
Ralph Meij
07:15 Jun-10-2008
Trainer Advanced NDT

Job Location: Rotterdam, Singapore, Houston
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You will be part of the Application Support Centre network, which support all Business Units around the world in supplying their clients with Advanced NDT solutions. And also develops new techniques and improves existing ones. The Application Support Centre develops quickly and is located in Rotterdam, Houston and Singapore.

As Trainer you will be:

•Executing courses around the world with regard to ToFD,
corrosion mapping and phased Array;
•Responsible for the development of new and improvement of
existing UT training courses;
•Involved in the regular ASC activities regarding Advanced NDT
application introductions in the Applus RTD business units by
giving demonstrations, presentations, validations and field support.

In order to be successful you will need to:
•Have good teaching skills
•Preferably have experience in teaching
•Have well developed language skills in English
•Have minimum UT level II according to EN473 or equivalent
•Have knowledge of Advanced UT techniques (first ToFD
knowledge is required to cover the current demand)
•Be willing to travel worldwide

Place of residence: Preferable close to one of the Application Support Centres: Rotterdam, Singapore or Houston.

Due to the urgency of this vacancy we will look internal as well as external for motivated and talented candidates.

How to apply?

If you have any questions or want to apply please contact Rienk de Vries, Manager ASC at telephone number 0031(0)654211082 or by email rienk.devries@applusrtd.com.




    
 
 

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