J. Hill Director, Field Operations IMAC, USA, Joined Jun 2008, 4
J. Hill Director, Field Operations IMAC, USA, Joined Jun 2008 4
07:05 Jun-17-2008 NDT Level II or III MT Job Location: MI, USA offered by
THIS POSITION IS OPEN TO U.S. CITIZENS ONLY DUE TO THE CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE. I have an opening for a temporary position: NDT Level II or III MT Specialist. The job is slated to start at the beginning of July, 2008. The position would require crossing a picket line during a labor dispute. The job details are as follows: Position Summary: The NDT Level II or III Specialist reports to the Quality Leader and is responsible for the day-to-day technical support for all nondestructive testing. This individual will apply the NDT technologies of Magnetic Particle Inspection (MT). This individual will work in concert with the Quality Leader to provide the overall technical leadership and future development direction for Nondestructive Evaluation at our client's facility. · Will make final determination on acceptability of questionable hardware found by the NDT process, maintain all necessary documentation of the controls of the NDT processes, including their solutions and equipment. · Will develop, update and institute NDT procedures and work instructions as required for existing equipment and implement new NDT inspection equipment, including necessary capability studies, procedures, work instructions and inspector training. Position Requirements: The position requires a NDT level II or III MT certification. Compensation: Hourly rate of $25.00, (negotiable). Perdiem $35.00 a day. Housing provided. Will be working 7 days a week 12 hours per day. Reply by email for consideration.
The compact inspection head is suitable for thermographic ndt
tasks. The uncooled infrared camera
is specially developed for
NDI-tasks and offers a thermal sensitivity until now known only
from thermal imagers with cooled detector. All required
components and functions are integrated into the inspection-head.
You will only need an ethernet cable to connect the sensor with
the evaluation system.
TVC are delighted to finally announce we have been awarded UKAS
accreditation for our calibration
Laboratory accreditation to ISO/IEC 17025:2005 enables us to
conduct the Electrical Verification of Ultrasonic Flaw Detection
Equipment to BS EN 12668-1:2010. It has taken many months of hard
work and we want to thank our staff for all their efforts during
this massive undertaking.