FAC (Flow Accelerated Corrosion) Level II

  • Direct Hire
  • Remote
  • Salary: 26.00 - 30.00
  • Duration: See description for duration
  • NDT - Level II Inspectors

Sonic Systems International
1880 Dairy Ashford
Suite 207
Houston, TX 77077
2815317611
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FAC (Flow Accelerated Corrosion) Level II

Summary/Objective
A level II (UT-IIL) should be able to perform calibrations for straight beam and documenting / recording findings as directed per procedures. Competently identify and locate components within the plant using ISO drawings, pipe runs and component tags.
Required education and experience
High School Diploma or GEH
UT Level II or IIL Classroom/Lab Training (minimum 40 hours)
Must be able to provide documentation of classroom/lab training as well as all OJT/Experience hours for each method (equal to or more than minimum number of hours to qualify as a level II inspector, as required for each assignment)

Essential functions/competencies
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these essential functions.
Perform all the duties pertaining to FAC (Flow Accelerated Corrosion) Level II (UT-IIL) for straight beam
When required, act as a point of contact with the customer (GE/Westinghouse/Etc.) in respect to performing the necessary duties.
Ability to read drawings, identify components by configuration (pipe runs) and identifying tags.
Must be willing to travel (4-6 months of the year) as well as travel to Houston or Wilmington for training, and or testing.
Dependability and ability to report to work on time while working 10-12 hours 6-7 days a week
Maintain a questioning attitude and willingness to both listen when given verbal directions/instructions
Mentor/instruct UT Level I trainee in all aspects of performing exams, following procedures, and teaching proper method for reading drawings and identifying correct components
Willingness to learn and take the initiative in new situations and environments
Highly motivated to be successful and help the entire team be successful

Work environment
Work will occur in a nuclear power plant, which is a radioactively controlled environment, primarily in the US, with some customers requiring international travel.

Physical demands
Must be able to stand for extended periods of time.
Must be able to work in heightened environments
Must be able to carry 20lbs.
Must be able to push, pull, lift, climb, and extend as required for the job
Must be able to work in confined spaces
Must be able to work in high heat environments
Travel required
100% travel when on assignment; typically, 4-6 months a year as well as additional travel for training opportunities

Preferred education and experience
Previous Unescorted Access at a Nuclear Power Plant
MT/PT Level I/II Classroom/Lab Training (40 hours)
VT123 Level II Classroom/Lab Training (40 hours)
Ability to work with electrical components (build and repair electrical systems, ex. small engines, motorcycle or boat repair, computer hardware refurbishment)
Mechanical maintenance background

Additional eligibility requirements
Clean background with no outstanding/pending charges
Ability to pass a drug and alcohol test at time of hire and random
Valid Driver’s License

Location: Ginna (Rochester, NY)

Duration: April 2 – 22, 2023

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