Volumetric UT Inspector

BWXT is seeking qualified applicants to fill the role of Volumetric UT Inspector at its growing facility in Mount Vernon, Indiana. Individuals filling this role will perform ultrasonic examination of materials and weldments in accordance with established methods and procedures. Additional responsibilities will include:

  • Performs detailed recording of the above inspections as required. Performs setup and calibration of equipment in accordance with detailed procedures.
  • Conducts examinations, analyzes and evaluates test results. Performs visual inspection of surfaces to be examined to determine suitability for testing.
  • Prepares detailed test data such as sketches, test reports and reports of inspection to provide documentation of results.
  • Consults with supervision, relative to test results, on problems associated with inspections performed.
  • Work from written and verbal instructions and drawings.
  • Be responsible for exact process and related documentation auditable by the customer.
  • Provide individual signature and detailed inspection data on applicable documents providing verification of work performed.
  • Maintain records as directed, keep work area clean, neat and orderly.

The desired candidates should have a high school diploma or GED with at least two years experience performing ultrasonic testing. Candidates with a Level II ASNT or NAVSEA 250-1500 certification in UT, or UT Examiner/Level III status are preferred.

BWX Technologies, Inc. (BWXT) embraces diversity of thought, values individuality, encourages new perspectives and provides equal opportunity in employment for all qualified employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other category protected by federal, state, and/or local law.

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