NDT Level II Certification/Qualification per NAS 410
Ability to perform to the qualification requirements defined in NAS 410 as a Level II Magnetic Particle inspector
Exceptional attention to detail
Ability to follow directions and procedures
Have the skills and knowledge to set up and standardize Magnetic Particle black lights, process a known defect standard and accept/reject the results.
Have the skills and knowledge to develop techniques and process aerospace parts in a manner that is acceptable to aerospace specifications.
Have the skills and knowledge to set up the machine and conduct daily maintenance.
Have the skills and knowledge to determine if an aerospace part is acceptable or rejectable when evaluating in accordance with an aerospace OEM specification.
Be thoroughly familiar with the scope and limitations of Magnetic Particle Inspection.
Be capable of providing the necessary guidance and/or supervision to trainees and Level 1 personnel
Be familiar with the MT OEM aerospace specifications, aerospace industry specifications and inspection criteria within specifications used by the employer.
Be capable of developing part specific techniques in accordance with customer requests. Techniques require general information on how the part is to be processed. Such techniques shall require final approval by a Level 3 certified in the method
Have a basic knowledge of the other departments within an aerospace processing facility, i.e. pre-penetrant etching and cleaning, post cleaning, pre-treatment, masking, shot peen, paint.
Education and Experience
High school diploma or equivalent
Culture and Environment
Teamwork, creativity and collaboration
Suggestions and ideas are heard.
Work-life balance is valued.
Clean and climate-controlled environment
Modern and spacious breakroom with many food and beverage options
Pay and Benefits
Health, Dental and Vision Insurance with generous employer premium contributions