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Industrial Radiographer Level II - 4189

Company:
Absolute Opportunities
Location:
Waukesha, Wisconsin, United States
Posted:
November 14, 2018

Description:

Industrial Radiographer Level II - 4189

Role: Engineering, Science, or Related

Relocation Available: No

Salary / Package: Based on qualifications.

Industry: Manufacturing

Location: Wisconsin

Town / City: Waukesha

Job Type: Permanent full-time

Job description:

Leading manufacturer of stainless steel castings, is looking for a Radiography Technician.

Individual will work in our Industrial Radiography Department.

Individual must work closely and effectively with other departments to keep work running smoothly and efficiently through our cleaning / upgrade department, to and from outside services, and assuring on time shipment of product to customers.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

The primary responsibilities of the RT Level II are as follows:

* Perform full scale radiographic duties (expose film / imaging plates with different radiographic sources, develop film / imaging plates, interpret film / images, complete all certifications, develop techniques, create radiographic shooting sketches, etc.).

* Communicate with radiographers on other shifts to ensure work is smoothly transitioned between shifts.

* Maintain film processing equipment.

* Strive for on time delivery, improved efficiency, and professionalism.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

* Certification as an Industrial Radiographer Level II is required and must be kept current.

* Minimum of 5 years' experience in a NDT environment. 10 years preferred.

* Must be proficient in Microsoft packages and have experience in manufacturing systems

* Digital / computed radiographic experience preferred. Will train if necessary.

* 630 hours experience and 40 hours of classroom required to become CR Level II.

* Professional verbal and written communication skills.

* Enthusiastic; individual must possess a positive "can do" attitude.

Position reports to NDT Supervisor

Bottom Line Requirements:

1. Certification as an Industrial Radiographer Level II is required and must be kept current.

2. 5+ years of experience in a NDT environment. 10 years preferred.

3. Must be proficient in Microsoft packages and have experience in manufacturing systems.

4. Digital / computed radiographic experience preferred. Will train if necessary.