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Job Vacancy at Marine Results: NDT Inspector – Level II (UT, PT)

Hampshire, including international travel
A Level II UT technician is sought to join a small team of internationally mobile inspectors working primarily in the high-end leisure marine industry on large yachts.
The ideal candidate will have a willingness and ability to travel internationally and, work independently as well as part of a team. Show a knowledge and competence in UT inspection and reporting. Be comfortable in customer facing situations and be prepared to work flexibly while managing multiple priorities.
The successful candidate may not meet the preferred criteria however may come from an offshore or aerospace UT background in welds or similar, perhaps having worked at height and/or confined spaces.

Level II UT – PCN or EN4179/SNT TC 1A/NAS 410 or equivalent.
Phased Array experience preferred.
Level II PT – PCN preferred.
Higher level Engineering qualification or practical experience useful but not essential.
Degree level graduate preferred but not essential.

Skills and experience
• Operation of Ultrasonic Testing equipment in accordance with applicable procedures, including calibration.
• Ability to select, adapt, and apply a range of procedures and techniques applicable to the test subject.
• Competence to interpret and assess NDT data and deliver bespoke written and verbal reports based on findings.
• Competence in Microsoft Word/Excel/Outlook.
• Background in composite design, fabrication or, inspection preferable.
• Background in sailing or leisure marine either professionally or personally preferable.
• Personable with strong customer facing communication ability, both written and verbal.
• Self-motivated with the ability to work independently or as part of a team.
• Ability to remain calm when faced with deadlines and multiple priorities.
• Conscientious with a positive attitude and a desire to learn and improve.
• Ability to enter and work in confined spaces, climb ladders, operate from scaffold/moveable platforms and work at heights.
• Willingness to travel internationally with flexible working hours, including overtime, while remaining adaptable to changing schedule.
• Candidates must be eligible to travel and work in the UK and overseas where required.
• Clean, current, driving license.

Job role includes
• Working independently, following training, using suitable NDT (UT/PT) procedures and techniques to assess composite or metallic parts and structures.
• Selection of appropriate techniques and equipment specific to the inspection task.
• Use of general surveying and inspection skills including visual and tap-testing methods.
• Prepare clear and concise, bespoke, reports and effectively communicate inspection requirements and findings, internally and direct to customers.
• Preparation of quotes, invoices, risk assessments and other administrative documents.
• Management of own working schedule including booking of travel, accommodation and other resources in UK and overseas, includes job tracking and hours logging.
• Adherence to internal quality management procedures, to stay in line with audit requirements.
• Maintenance of equipment including organising and carrying out routine calibration and validation checks.
• Management of ongoing side projects including, for example, collation and recording of existing test samples.
• Learn new skills related to leisure marine industry, in particular to sailing yachts.
• Assistance with other projects within the organisation, not limited to NDT.
• Approximately 50-70% time spent travelling, normally on jobs of 2-5 days.

Job type Permanent
Salary Circa £32,000 + Overtime (dependent on skills and experience)
Holiday 23 days/annum + Statutory bank holidays in lieu

Training and development
• Training to Level II, UT, EN4179/SNT TC 1A/NAS410 specific to marine composites and metallics, including phased array.
• Level II, PT, if not current.
• In house vocational training and development
• Regular re-training and assessment in accordance with organisations written practice.
• Potential for other relevant training or education opportunities.
• Industry related learning not necessarily specific to NDT.