Non-Destruct Technician (NDT)

Location: Columbus, MS
Job Code: 1919
# of openings: 1

Description

POSITION SUMMARY: The Non-Destruct Technician (NDT) will perform and interpret non-destructive evaluation testing (NDE/NDT) inspections on aircraft components and assemblies.

Specific Responsibilities:

  • Perform UT inspection using automated inspection systems and handheld techniques to determine acceptability of parts in accordance with applicable specifications.
  • Operate automated NDT machinery by using and following established procedures.
  • Perform manual mode inspection of components/assemblies utilizing A-scan and/or phased array instrumentation as required to perform NDT inspections for features not suitable to automated equipment
  • Evaluate, and interpret NDT scans of composite materials.
  • Complete all records of inspection including rejection reports as applicable accurately and timely.

Minimum Requirements:

  • NAS 410 – Documented proof of 80 hours classroom training and 1600 hours On-the-Job-Training (OJT) Level II (Qualified/Certified) in a minimum of ultrasonic through-transmission/pulse echo, primarily with composites. Prior Certifications in liquid penetrant, visual, magnetic particle, and radiographic inspection are desired but not mandatory.
  • Requires experience with automated data collection systems including development of part templates; ultrasonic phased array systems and sandwich carbon fiber composite materials. Background in Olympus Tomoview analysis software is strongly preferred.
  • Minimum five (5) years current experience in non-destructive testing within an AS9100C aerospace manufacturing environment strongly preferred; composite NDT experience in space systems, motorsports, marine or armament will also be considered.
  • Must be able to work collaboratively in a team environment.
  • Ability to use a standard Desktop (PC) computer and Windows-based tools to produce original documents including sketches, plans, procedure and reports.

Physical Requirements: Work in a factory environment and lifting up to 50 lbs.

Shift Requirements: Successful candidate may be required to work any shift – first, second or third.

Travel Requirements: Less than 10%, Candidate must be willing to travel between Aurora sites for production support, and as needed for training purposes, with reasonable notice.

Aurora Flight Sciences is an Equal Opportunity Employer



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