Visual Inspection Technician - Welding
EmployerENGRITY INSPECTION SERVICES INC.
Date PostedJanuary 18, 2023
Location Edmonton, AB
Earnings $42.00 hourly
Work Hours 30 to 40 hours per week
Position Permanent Full Time
Vacancies 5  Vacancies
Closing Date Feb 17, 2023
ENGRITY INSPECTION SERVICES INC.
Secondary (high) school graduation certificate
- Conduct tests to ensure quality or detect defects
- Establish NDI techniques and calibration standards
- Develop and interpret radiographic film
- Calibrate, test and interpret ultrasonic equipment
- Set up, calibrate, operate and interpret magnetic particle, eddy current, liquid penetrant, acoustic emission, and infrared thermographic equipment
- Prepare, conduct and interpret liquid penetrant inspection
- Establish techniques for proper examination of objects under inspection, ensuring strict adherence to safety regulations
- Instruct and supervise trainees
- Maintain test result reports
Certificates, licences, memberships, and courses
- CWB Welding Inspector Certification Level 2
- Nondestructive Testing Certificate
Testing equipment and methods
- Visual inspection
- Nondestructive testing
Work conditions and physical capabilities
- Fast-paced environment
- Attention to detail
- Efficient interpersonal skills
- Team player
2 years to less than 3 years
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Interest in precision working to set up and calibrate nondestructive testing equipment, and to conduct tests to ensure quality and detect defects; may perform specialized inspections using acoustic emission, vibration analysis, infrared thermography and laser shearography testing methods
Interest in analyzing information to interpret radiographs, readouts, meters and visual indicators and to evaluate test results
Interest in speaking to organize and report test results; and in applying testing criteria according to specifications and standards; may instruct and supervise trainees
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