|Duties||Provide practical NDT expertise to support equipment fabrication and problem resolution, monitor the condition of installed hardware, and train and certify Government inspectors. Specific functions may include: Develop and implement unique NDT procedures in response to customer or supplier needs; coordinate and perform in-service inspections utilizing advanced and automated inspection methods; provide technical direction and leadership for NDT projects; provide classroom training for various audiences; and oversee supplier NDT program. Extensive communication and interaction with suppliers, component designers, management personnel, and customer personnel is required.|
|Experience||Five to ten years.
Experience should include ultrasonic, liquid penetrant, magnetic particle and/or radiographic testing techniques for iron- and nickel-based alloys. Knowledge of automated data acquisition and analysis systems is desired.
|Degree||B.S. or M.S. in Engineering or Related Science|
|Certification||ASNT (or equivalent) Level III Certification in PT, MT, RT, and/or UT is desired|
|Travel||Moderate (up to 25%)|
U.S. citizenship required. Minimum 3.0 GPA preferred.