Location(s): United States; South Carolina; Piedmont
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Role Summary: The Greenville Level II Non-Destructive Test Operator uses x-ray technology to inspect high-pressure turbine blades. Two positions are available on 2nd shift.
Essential Responsibilities: • Perform radioscopy and computed tomography NDT inspections of aircraft engine turbine airfoils in a fast paced manufacturing environment • Evaluate images and interpret test findings in accordance with manufacturing blueprints, process specifications, and work instructions • Accurately document test findings and archive historical records • Effectively communicate information and perform duties in a teaming environment • Perform daily equipment set-up procedures and quality checks • Perform radiation safety surveys and successfully complete annual radiation safety training
Qualifications/Requirements: • High School Diploma / GED • All applicants must successfully pass written general, specific and practical examinations • Current level 2 certification in radiography meeting National Aerospace Standard (NAS) 410. Previous radiography training and experience must include a minimum of 80 hours formal classroom education and 800 hours radiography experience.
Desired Characteristics: • Possess the skills and knowledge to set up and calibrate equipment, conduct tests, interpret, evaluate and document findings without supervision. • Demonstrate the ability to apply geometric, trigonometric and algebraic relationships. • Through knowledge of the scope and limitations of radiographic imaging techniques • Demonstrated Organizational and Leadership Skills • Good Communication and Interpersonal Skills • Current GE Aviation certification in radioscopy meeting General Electric Quality Control Work Instruction T-049 • Minimum of 40 hours digital radiography classroom training and 200 hours of digital radiographic testing experience • Previous experience performing digital radiographic inspection of cast turbine airfoils • Previous GE Aviation manufacturing experience • Minimum of 2 years of experience in manufacturing, preferably in a teaming environment
Locations: United States; South Carolina; Piedmont
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