- To evaluate and interpret all radiographs taken of castings using film and or Computed Radiography (CR) to determine that discrepancies meet customer specifications and PCC standards; to determine if parts are acceptable or need repair; to mark and route parts for necessary repairs and sign final reports that approve castings sent to customers.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Review paperwork, technique cards, and specifications to determine requirements prior to evaluation of radiographs.
- Determine which views are needed and ensure that the Level I provided all views required for the current operation.
- Review weld maps to ensure all welds have been radiographed.
- Check radiographs for proper sensitivity, density, and coverage.
- Interpret and evaluate radiographs to determine the quality of the casting and accept or route the part for repair.
- Distinguish between true discontinuities and the challenging indications that nickel-based super alloy castings present for image evaluation.
- Interpret and identify surface and subsurface discontinuities per customer specifications.
- Mark problem areas on parts needing repair; may request additional radiographs to verify or locate indications; route for repair and recommend necessary repairs.
- Ensure proper radiograph filing and storage is obtained.
- Perform equipment calibrations/checks as needed.
- Adhere to plant and department safety rules.
- Safely operate equipment and tools.
- Identify and report safety problems.
- Other duties as assigned by manager when needed.
- Training will be provided on the job.
- Radiography Level I and II courses must be completed when requested.
- Computed Radiography (CR) courses must be completed when requested.
- Certification must be achieved and maintained through various written and performance-based exams.
- Advanced radiographer skills as demonstrated by the competent performance of radiographer duties or equivalent combination of classroom training and work experience.
- High school diploma or GED (necessary for NDT certification).
- Ability to perform basic mathematical calculations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division).
- Ability to read, follow, and interpret technique cards, quality manual procedures, and other technical specifications as needed.
- Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
- Physical ability to perform essential job functions such as lifting up to 20 pounds frequently and 50 pounds occasionally.
- Previous X-Ray experience with nickel-based castings preferred.
SHIFT TO BE DETERMINED
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