Job Title: NDT Technician
Experience: 1-10+ Years
Salary: £15-23per hour DOE
Hours: 46 hours a week - 4 on 4 off
Duration: 3 Months+
Read and Understand Work Instructions, Component Maintenance Manuals (C.M.M.), Operating Procedures and Customer Spec. requirements. Demonstrate Knowledge and understanding of Process Paperwork and Parts Control.
Understand and carry out (IAW C.M.M & NDT Manuals) Carryout NDT inspection of W&B components Inspect to the NDT W&B manuals Carryout daily checks within NDT cells Ensure all equipment is in calibration & Functional The ability to use various measuring equipment (Vernier's) Write new NDT techniques when required Maintain personal NDT hours required to sustain certification Willing to participate in Regulatory and company audits Work under pressure and to tight deadlines Carryout other tasks when required in Wheel/Brake cells Find ways to continuously improve processes within department Work to strict company health & safety polices To pass NDT exams in required disciplines Know and understand risk assessments associated with task, including any Task Risk Assessment or CoSHH Assessment referenced in the WI. Works accurately and efficiently on individual assignments or as an active team member. Performs job duties on various shifts in response to customer needs.
Qualifications/Experience Ideally have current Aerospace EN4179/NAS410 or PCN within UT, ET, PT, and MT disciplines. Be able to produce documented and certified previous OJT hours.
- English and Math GCSE or equivalent with 3 or more years related field in a high production, fast-paced environment. Ability to read and comprehend blueprints and technical publications to perform duties in compliance with customer requirements.
- General knowledge of precision measuring tools with skills and prior work experience in hydraulics or pneumatics, knowledgeable in an electronic environment. Knowledge and experience with personal computer systems. Experience in TQ environment desirable.