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Component Repair Technologies, Inc. (CRT) is an FAA certified repair station specializing in gas turbine engine component repairs for air, land, and sea. Our wide variety of processes and skilled employees have positioned us as leaders in the aviation, industrial, and marine turbine component repair industry.
CRT has built a reputation for quality and responsive service by providing precision turbine engine component inspection, repair and overhaul services for the world’s leading turbine engine manufacturers and major airlines since 1985.
We are seeking an experienced NDT Level III to provide leadership and technical support, and to manage the certification process for our NDT department. You will be joining a team of highly innovative and motivated technicians that uphold our reputation of quality inspections in the aviation repair industry. The right candidate will have a passion for NDT and a drive to educate others in the industry.
Interpret codes, standards, and other contractual documents that control the NDT method(s) for which you are certified. Approve NDT procedures and work instructions for technical adequacy. Prepare and verify the adequacy of procedures and work instructions.
Effectively teach and train new personnel and current technicians, including management of the certification and recertification of technicians. Internal auditing of personnel and processes.
Conduct NDT for the acceptance of parts and document the results.
When required by the written practice, audit outside agencies to ensure the requirements of the written practice are met.
Review and update current CRTP’s and NDT process controls. Approve or write written instructions and procedure as needed. Equipment Calibration verification.
Continuous improvement of the NDT department, including monitoring of the FPI process line.
5 to 10 years of experience as a Level III in NDT methods for which qualification/certification is acquired.
Level III in one or more of FPI, MPI, XRay, and RT. On the job training hours, classroom training hours, and on the job experience hours as outlined in QPM 685-001 are required to meet minimum standards for qualification to Level III.
Welding inspection background or CWI.
College level materials courses such as Intro to Metallurgy, Welding Engineering, Manufacturing Processes.
Knowledge of other NDT methods and product manufacturing and inspection technologies used at Component Repair Technologies, Inc.
General knowledge of turbine engine component repairs, including welding, heat treat, machining, and coatings. Aerospace experience preferred.
Component Repair Technologies, Inc. (CRT) is an FAA certified repair station specializing in gas turbine engine component repairs for air, land, and sea.
Our success and world-class reputation in the aviation repair industry can be attributed to our long-standing commitment to quality of product and quality of service, ensuring we exceed FAA standards and customer expectations. Something founder Tom Wheeler realized early on is that we work best as a team and the RAOWIT concept: employees performing “Random Acts of Whatever it Takes.” There is important work to do that requires many skills and specializations and RĀOWIT reminds us that we are all important parts of the process. We all matter at CRT.
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Since its early years, Component Repair Technologies has held events that are centered on the employee and their families. The company demonstrates its commitment to providing for the employees and family with 100% paid healthcare premiums, 401(k) matching, and profit-sharing bonuses. Additionally, we offer:
– Well-lit, clean work environment
– Competitive pay with $2-3 shift premiums
– Paid tuition for job-related courses and programs on-site and at area colleges
– State-sponsored apprenticeship programs
– Wellness programs, onsite gym, and EAP services
– Career path and development opportunities
– Fun employee and family events throughout the year, including our annual holiday party
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CRT is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace and promoting the health and well-being of its employees. It is the Company’s policy to only hire individuals who do not use drugs/nicotine products. All candidates will be screened for drug/nicotine use prior to hire. Employment opportunities at CRT are open to all qualified applicants solely on the basis of their job-related experience, knowledge, skills and abilities. CRT complies with all applicable federal, state and local laws with regard to equal employment opportunity.
The CRT team utilizes texting in its recruitment process; you may receive texts from application through the hiring stage.
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