NDT Level II (FPI, Eddy & A-Scan) Technician Job Location: Batesville, Mississippi offered by Adecco Engineering & Technical
Adecco Engineering & Technical is a division of the world leader in the recruitment of engineering professionals. Our Onsite office at GE specializes in Direct Hire and Contract to Hire technical careers.
Our Fortune 50 client, located in Batesville, Mississippi has an immediate, long term consultant opportunites for NDT InspectionTechnicians (Level II and III).
The successful candidates will perform physical and chemical inspections including; Fluorescent Penetrant, Eddy Current and A-Scan inspections on various types of aircraft parts and assemblies (metallic and composite). Handle parts, denote non-conformances and document and reject parts as required. Prepare and/or check inspection solutions and agents, clean parts before and after inspection, operate all related inspection equipment and material handling devices. Maintain records and perform related duties.
Perform both physical and chemical inspections including: fluorescent penetrant on drilled holes in fan stator assy. (aluminum and titanium).
Associated specifications are P3TF47 Class A with limits defined in P29TF7 Class A and FPD-STD-45D2 - Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection.
Perform physical inspections including: Eddy Current and A-Scan on composite components.
A-Scan - Associated specifications are P3TF27 Class C with acceptability limits defined per the print.
Eddy Current - Associated specifications are P23TF21 - Machined Features EC Inspection and FPD-STD-45D6 Eddy Current Inspection.
Set up and perform such tests per the associated NDT procedures and analyze NDT data per associated client's quality requirements.
Collect, interpret and evaluate the data relative to engineering or project requirements.
Inspect, evaluate and document process results.
Maintain chemicals utilized for tests at proper levels as required.
Maintain chemicals utilized for tests within the expiration period as required.
Test, evaluate and maintain control panels as required.
Clean parts before/after inspection as required by process.
Clean up any chemical run-off associated with the inspection processes.
Must be Level II certified and must maintain Level II certification per NAS 410 for each NDT method.
Maintain Current Eye Exam per NAS 410 as necessary for each NDT method.
Train and mentor 3-4 operators to become Level I certified in fluorescent penetrant, eddy current and A-Scan with a plan to become Level II certified thereafter.
May be required to do minor maintenance on equipment.
Technicians will comply with all local Batesville Composite Operation Plant EHS practices.
Technician must be located at the Batesville, Mississippi facility.
Education: High School degree or equivalent.
AA Degree and/or at least 2 years prior work experience in a manufacturing operation or equivalent military experience.
Must have basic computer skills and be able to use computers, on-line applications and the MSOffice Suite of tools.
Must be able to follow written and verbal instructions and communicate effectively.
Documented training hours of Level II / I per NAS 410 requirements.
Candidates must successfully complete an exam on fundamentals of each process (fluorescent penetrant, eddy current and A-Scan).
Operator required to stand 90% of the time, stooping, bending, stretching, and awkward positioning is also necessary.
Prior chemical manufacturing process work experience.
Prior Aircraft Engines operations experience.
Must be able to read and interpret blueprint and engineering drawings and be able to document non-conformances as required
Client Eligibility Requirements:
Must be 18 years or older.
Must be willing to take and successfully pass a drug test as part of the selection process.
Must be willing to submit and successfully pass a background investigation as part of the selection process.
Must be willing to complete a written assessment of knowledge as part of the selection process.
Must have unrestricted authorization to work in the United States.
Continuous visual concentration will be necessary to develop and maintain tolerance.
Must be able to work off shifts.
Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection:
Must provide the light and necessary equipment to perform the FPI inspection as well as all calibration records and known artifacts required. The penetrant and other required chemicals utilized for the inspection and cleaning of the part must be provided along with shelf life traceability. Associated specifications are P3TF47 Class A with limits defined in P29TF7 Class A and FPD-STD-45D2 - Fluorescent Penetrant Inspection.
If you are interested in this opportunity or other opportunities available through Adecco Engineering and Technical, please apply online at http://www.adeccotechnical.com/ or email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact me via phone at 814.875.6427.
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