NDT Inspector

NDT Inspector – Bristol

Job Purpose

Responsible for processing and inspecting components using Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) by dye penetrant immersion and magnetic flaw detection processes to ensure component parts conform to drawing and process requirements with no cracks or defects.

Key Responsibilities Accountabilities

Processing and inspecting components using Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) by dye penetrant immersion and visual examination, to ensure component parts conform to technical drawings and quality acceptance standards.

Working to the production schedule, processing a wide variety of complex aerospace components safely and efficiently.

Carrying out control checks of the NDT line on a weekly basis.

Maintaining detailed, auditable records of inspections carried out and the results.

Raising and completing internal reject notes with clear details of the failure reason, with reference to the applicable specification and quality acceptance standard (QAS).

Cleaning and organising the NDT inspection department, ensuring the area is safe, FOD free and effectively arranged for optimal workflow management.

You may be required to work alternative shifts / hours.

You may be required to perform any other reasonable duties/specific projects from time to time and as directed by management.

General duties:

Ensure that all activities are exercised in accordance with company policy and procedure (including standard operating, health and safety and HR procedures) undertaken in an ethical manner with consideration to the needs and concerns of others (particularly in relation to equality and diversity), effective use of company resources and sustainability.

Lead by example by living the company mission and values, demonstrating a proactive, ethical and can-do approach.

37 hours per week, Mon – Thu 07:30 – 16:00 and Fri 07:30 – 12:30.

Salary £30,000 (DOE)

Optional overtime available as and when the workload supports.

Company value: Post holder is:

Pride We take accountability, having pride in everything we do.

Expected to address all aspects of role with care and attention and deliver to a high standard.

We respect and support each other and work as a team.

Expected to treat everyone with respect and help to achieve the company targets.

Enthusiasm Having a real passion and enjoyment of what we do.

Expected to demonstrate a willingness to ensure all duties are performed.

Motivated We learn from experiences and thrive to be even better.

Expected to be involved and suggest improvements to continually do things.

Better Integrity We can be trusted to deliver our promises.

Expected to ensure tasks are completed on time and to standard.

Empower We encourage and empower our employees allowing them to grow.

Expected to undertake the duties and resolve problems with the minimum of supervision when trained and competent.

Responsiveness We react to our customers and each other’s requirements.

Expected to be proactive and helpful to other to ensure problems are dealt with in a timely manner.

Skills, Knowledge & Experience

Essential Desirable

Dye penetrant NDT experience with documented supervised training hours from a certified Level II/III.

Precision Engineering experience

Ability to check components for defects.

Good understanding of quality control procedures

Ability to communicate effectively at all levels.

Level II NDT Qualified

Aerospace Experience

Rolls Royce QAS knowledge and RRP58003 experience

EN4179 / NAS410 qualification

Magnetic Flaw Detection Experience

Job Information

Job Reference: ES120324_1710237319
Salary: Up to £30000 per annum
Salary From: £30000
Salary To: £30000
Job Industries: Engineering
Job Locations: Bristol
Job Types: Permanent

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