The NDT Level 2 Technician perform non-destructive testing and inspection of various aircraft parts and components using a number of NDT techniques such as but not limited to Eddy Current (ET), Ultrasonic Testing (UT), Dye penetrant and fluorescent penetrant testing (PT), Thermographic Testing (TT/IRT) and Radiography Testing (RT)
- To promote a positive Safety Culture and to ensure that Safety and Quality Policy is communicated/promoted and implemented within the Organization
- To ensure that all elements of the SMS are properly implemented, maintained and continuously improved by fulfilling all SMS related duties and responsibilities as defined in SMS Manual
- Performs non-destructive testing, inspections and evaluation of aircraft parts and components according to one’s current authorisation and sign-off privileges in accordance with international standards and the applicable approved maintenance data.
- Carries out inspection using the NDT methods and techniques based upon the requirements of the job done.
- Reviews NDT tasks in upcoming layovers and prepare tooling accordingly.
- Signs-off and certifies records of NDT tasks performs
- Prepare and present NDT reports as required.
- Ensures that non-routine defect cards are raised, updated and closed in a timely and appropriate manner.
- Checks and confirms that defect card content is correct and that work carried out as documented reflects technical instructions.
- Ensures that routine tasks and modification cards are closed in a timely manner, reporting findings as necessary.
- Check and confirms that repair materials are booked to the respective job cards.
- Ensures that routine and non-routine cards are signed by the appropriately qualified persons according to the SRT qualification profile and sign-off privileges.
- Checks and confirms that aircraft structural inspections, damage assessments and classifications, damage repairs, component / part replacements and embodiment of aircraft modifications are carried out appropriately (in terms of Standard and Quality) by the respective sheet metal workers and that technical instructions are followed.
- Ensure that efficient workflow during the respective ground time input by:
- Overseeing the correct clocking of job cards.
- Ensuring repair parts and materials are ordered in a timely manner.
- Liaising the respective team leaders to plan ahead and coordinate as necessary.
- Supports the respective Bay and “C” certifying staff in accomplishing the ground time input according to milestone plans / work schedules (including closure of job cards in a timely manner).
- Supports the respective aircraft structure mechanics in any technical matters that may arise during the ground time input.
- Adheres to company procedures, maintaining safety and quality standards at all times, reporting any discrepancies to respective manager / team leader (raising SMS reports as necessary).
- Any other task that may be assigned from time to time.
- Be eligible for a Level 2 authorisation in 2 or more NDT methods as per SR Technic’s Quality Management System and EN4179.
- Have a minimum of 3 years working experience in an EASA Part 145 Organisation.
- Have a strong demonstrated commitment to detail, precise and high-quality work.
- Be IT literate.
- Good command of the English Language.
- Excellent communication skills
- Be a good team player.
- Have a can-do attitude.
- Be ready to work shifts and/or flexible hours including nightshifts and weekend
We offer you an attractive position in a global and dynamic company in the aircraft maintenance business.