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Role Summary: In this role, the NDT Operations Specialist will review, verify, and unpack customer equipment shipments in accordance to handling procedures.
Essential Responsibilities: As the NDT Operations Specialist, you will:
Unpackage Customer’s equipment, and later repackage identically, using same packaging materials for post-radiography return shipping
Review and verify materials unpacked vs. customer’s documentation
Type labels for radiography
Setup and label customer equipment for radiography in accordance with existing NTR setup procedures
Perform irradiation and retrieval of irradiated samples in accordance with NTR SOPs
Use the NTR film processing equipment for processing of radiography films of equipment
Startup and shutdown the film processing equipment as needed and in accordance with the equipment operating instructions
Prepare post-radiography irradiated equipment for survey and release for shipment
Present completed radiograph films to authorized GE film reviewers for acceptability prior to packing for shipment ( Re-perform radiographs for any films found unacceptable)
Perform packaging of completed radiographs and equipment released for shipment back to the customer
Maintain Quality Assurance records for radiograph films produced including traceability and customer specific data documentation
Provide documentation of all radiography performed to GE for customer billing
Perform other duties as required
High School Diploma / GED
Minimum of 2 years of Nuclear experience ( OR NDT Training or certification)
Ability and willingness to become NDT 2 certified
Ability and willingness to pass the radiation protection training and certification
Ability and willingness to work overtime and shift variations as needed
Ability and willingness to lift, push, and pull weights up to 50 pounds including moves above the shoulders and below the knees
Ability and willingness to perform basic mathematics including adding, subtracting, multiplying, Dividing and simple algebraic operations
Ability and willingness to use a personal computer (PC) with Microsoft Windows to update and maintain the records
Ability and willingness to read and interpret blueprints and technical specifications
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