Dillion, South Carolina - 2023-09-19 Non-Destructive Testing Engineer 3 (Etch)
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Supervisory role over Level 2 technicians and trainees in the Etch work center pertaining to quality standards and macroetch requirements
In this role, you can expect to have some of these responsibilities:
- Lead training, qualification, and certification of Etch personnel
- Comply with the etch auditing program as required
- To include customer industry audits and serve as Dillon representative during said audits
- Ensure equipment is serviced and operating per the per requirements
- Maintain materials inventory used to perform inspections to include consumable items and equipment replacement and upgrades
- Prepare and approve procedures, work instructions, and technique sheets
- Support Grafton operations related to Etch questions
- Support quality engineering on concessions for Etch reportables from outside service
- Maintenance scheduling and planning to ensure equipment, tank chemistry compliance, lifting devices and the etch room are always up to standard
- Ensure compliance with the calibration program and calibrated equipment is being kept current and in proper working condition and all required documentation is stored and filed appropriately
- Comply with external and internal quality requirements and ensure the quality integrity of products and systems
- Support business goals by completing other tasks/duties as assigned by department supervisor/manager
- Investigation of NCR’s
Now that you know what you will be doing, here’s what you need to do it:
- Minimal five years of experience as macro-etch/chemical processing, preferably in the aerospace industry
- Four-year science or engineering degree preferred
- Must maintain current etch certification, to include customer specific certification programs
- Ability to perform external audits of subcontractors
- Knowledge of the manufacture/inspection of input raw materials, and forgings
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Ability to convey technical and conceptual material to individuals at all levels in customer organizations as well as within the company
- Proficiency at multi-tasking
- Detail oriented
- US Citizenship or permanent residency is required due to government military contracts
- Must be able to lift and carry items weighing up to thirty-five (35) pounds on an intermittent basis
- Must be able to stand, walk, bend, squat, climb, kneel, twist and work at heights on an intermittent basis
- Requires hand manipulation including simple grasping, pushing and pulling of materials
- Must be able to work with and around forklifts and hazardous machinery
- Must be able to wear all required personal protective equipment
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