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Non Destructive Testing Technician (NDT) in Burbank, CA at Volt

Date Posted: 12/12/2018

Job Snapshot

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    Direct Hire
  • Location:
    Burbank, CA
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    Volt Branch

Job Description

Volt has partnered with a international, market-leading, engineering solutions provider with 33 operations in 14 countries, to find their next NDT, Radiographic (RT), level II Technician. (will entertain L1 RT with the right experience)

Located in Burbank, the company designs, manufactures and markets high-technology components and systems for the principal original equipment producers in the worldwide aerospace, defense, land vehicle and energy markets. 

This occupation requires analyzing, interpreting, and evaluating radiographs of materials, parts, and welded parts for compliance with customer and company specifications and quality standard, and for developing techniques and standards. Other duties as assigned.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

Include the following and all other duties as may be assigned.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

1.            Interpret radiographs by:

(a)          Determining if the x-ray film is quality radiography.

(b)          Through the evaluation of defects in material and determining the usability of same material.

(c)           Recognizing the differences between film defects and material defects.

2.            Approves techniques and makes recommendations for higher quality radiography.

3.            Accepts or rejects material in accordance with the governing specifications.

4.            Trains lower rated personnel.

5.            When necessary, order supplies.

6.            Performs rework, repair and other associated operations in connection with the work described.

7.         Must obtain and maintain Radiographic Tech Level II certification (I.A.W. AIA/NAS 410).  Must be able to qualify as Film Processor and as a Technician B.  Must be acquainted with major components of an x-ray machine and their functions. Must be able to read blueprints. 

Must possess documented education and experience necessary to maintain the Level II certification.  Must have a rudimentary understanding of various types of welding and welding procedures.  Must understand the inverse square law.  Must have rudimentary understanding of foundries and castings.  Must have a brief understanding of the metallurgy of the materials being examined.  Requires good working knowledge of all the specifications applicable to the jobs in the department.  Must be capable of discussing problems pertaining to radiography with customers.  Normally requires high school education with related technical courses

Materials Worked On:  Ferrous and non-ferrous metals and their alloys in form of raw stock and replacement parts.

Materials Worked With:  Radiographic film and various types of metal parts / assemblies.

Equipment Used:  Radiographic equipment, prop jigs, and all necessary radiographic accessories.

Volt is an equal opportunity employer