Quality Control/Level II NDE (VT, PT) - 2nd Shift

Orrville, OH
Full Time

Essential Job Functions/Responsibilities

  • Manufacturing firm is searching for a qualified candidate to perform NDE on ASME Section III, Section VIII Vessels and nuclear power plant components. Experience in working with the following codes/standards: ASME, AWS, ISO and other standards are desired. Job requires potential overnight travel and will require off shift work.
  • Adherence to safety procedures/guidelines at all times.
  • Maintain safety precautions at all times.
  • Keep work area in a clean and orderly condition.
  • Perform specific inspections and specific evaluations for acceptance or rejection determinations according to written instructions and to record results.
  • Perform NDE Examinations in conjunction with receipt and in-process inspections on material purchased for use in fabrication.
  • Familiar with the tools and equipment and shall have demonstrated proficiency in their use.
  • Capable of determining the calibration status of inspection and measuring equipment is in proper condition for use, and that inspection, examination and test procedures are approved.
  • Capable of assisting production in the set-up of material and/or components for receipt inspection, as required.
  • Train other individuals as required by management.

Physical Demands & Abilities

  • Must demonstrate the ability to read the equivalent of the size and letters of the Jaeger I chart at a minimum distance of 12 inches and distinguish and differentiate the contrasts between colors illustrated on an Ishihara Test Chart.
  • Inspection personnel performing work on elevated surfaces shall be capable of wearing the required fall protection equipment.
  • Inspection personnel shall be physically capable of crawling in and out of small manways, climb inside vessels, towers, heaters, or other confined spaces for inspection activities, often wearing Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) as required to comply with safety regulations. Any fear of closeness (claustrophobia) should be identified.
  • Inspection personnel shall be able to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects weighing up to 50 pounds
  • Will work in various areas of the plant location.  Dependent upon the area, environmental conditions can be hot, cold, dirty, greasy, wet and noisy.
  • May work alone with minimal supervision or with other personnel.
  • Inspection personnel shall possess fundamental written and verbal communication skills.
  • Inspection personnel shall be fluent (written and verbal) in the English language.
  • Computer skills, especially familiarity with MS Office applications, are necessary.
  • Comfortable working in fast paced team environment


  • Quality Control Manager, Shop Managers, Quality Control Supervisor, Production Supervisors, Product Line Managers

Required education:

  • Required: High School diploma or equivalent with at least 3 years of inspection related experience.
  • Preferred: 2 years of inspection related experience with a completion of 2 years of college in technical or engineering related discipline from a university, college, or technical school.
  • Preferred: 1 year of inspection related experience with a degree in engineering or science from a university or accredited college.

Minimum and Preferred Qualifications:

  • Must be qualified and certified to ASNT-TC-1A in two or more of the following NDT Methods that will be utilized:
    • Visual Examination (VT)
    • Liquid Penetrant (PT)
  • Preferred candidate will be a Certified Level II Visual Examination (VT) and Liquid Penetrant (PT)

Required Licenses or Certifications:

  • Valid Driver's License
  • Previous Level II Certification to ASNT-TC-1A including documented objective evidence of classroom and on the job training experience 

Job Type:

  • Full-time

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