Ultrasonics Operator Level II DD Average 40 Hours per Week 15s Shift Pattern 24 / 5
Ultrasonic inspection forms a key part of the manufacturing process to ensure every part can reach our customers defect free thus integrity is an absolute must.
You will be technically minded, with high attention to detail to ensure that any potential defect can be detected and sized against a validated procedure.
Key Tasks and Accountabilities
Methodically work with a safe and conscientious approach, protecting yourself and others within the facility to ensure that your job requirements are met in an efficient and timely manner.
Application of automated and semi-automated ultrasonic Immersion techniques (and manual contact testing if required), on forged product, to test / inspect and report where necessary components using the correct procedure, specifications and documentation.
Calibrate the equipment in accordance with the customers specification and internal Forged Solutions procedures.
Maintain records of inspection within the parameters of the procedures and specifications
Interpretation of technical drawings & specifications to include the evaluation and documentation of inspection results.
Assist in the successful completion of audits such as NADCAP & Customer Audits, BSI etc
Assist in the training of other technicians in equipment and certification.
Key Performance Indicators
Production plan adherence.
Right first-time quality adherence.
Must have a strong internal customer focus.
Must have good communication skills both written and verbal.
First Aid Training Certificate.
FLT Training Certificate.
Overhead Crane Training Certificate.
Abrasive Wheel Training.
Team player, but able to work on own initiative, as required.
Ability to work under pressure and deliver results to a defined deadline.
Logical and analytical.
A self-motivated, positive person, having a can- do attitude with a high standard of work ethics.
Attention to detail.
Innovative, resilient and confident.
Promote and embrace change.
Ultrasonic inspection to Level II certification on wrought products using immersion / contact methods and within an aerospace background would be preferred.