NDT Level II Operator-Production

Salisbury, MD, USA Req #950
Monday, November 7, 2022
Job description

(This position does not support sponsorship.)


This position is located in Salisbury MD!

If you are not currently in the area, you must be able to relocate to the area. We pay for relocation.

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Plymouth is a 95-year-old, 5th generation family business that is a global specialty manufacturer of carbon alloy, nickel alloy, and stainless precision steel tubing with 10 locations.

We have a great family-based culture where the CEO cares for our employees vs. a number. We have 4 strong Plymouth Pillars we stand by; People, Customer Focus, Community & Environment, and Long-Term Sustainability which we make decisions based on living our Plymouth Pillars- It’s not lip service.

We are growing and looking for solid leaders! Doesn't hurt that we pay well and have excellent benefits either....


The NDT / Calibration Specialist Level II, you will be the key contact person for all non-destructive evaluations and certifications for the company relating to production activities and customer requirements/requests. You will maintain, test, calibrate and repair a variety of equipment. You will review all NDT-related specifications for internal, customer, and industry-standard specifications. Keep updated on all changes or modifications to such specifications. You’ll also lead efforts related to non-destructive evaluation anomalies to define, identify, and analyze root cause and institute corrective action and system mistake-proofing methodologies.


The essential duties and responsibilities of this position are listed below. This list is not all-inclusive and may be amended by the company, from time to time.

  • Direct and participate in the training and development of employees in the facility’s procedures and methods for operating all non-destructive testing equipment
  • Direct and participate in the preparation of samples or specimens for non-destructive testing of materials and components during the various stages of manufacturing and assembly
  • Monitor and audit all NDT related processes
  • Ensures instruments are calibrated correctly and obtains accurate readings.
  • Establishes specific testing procedures based on different detailed drawings and technical specifications.
  • Identifies and corrects measurement errors.
  • Compiles and records data for each instrument.
  • Review rejected material or components for defect severity and disposition. Assist in repair and documentation procedures
  • Review all NDT-related specifications for internal, customer, and industry-standard specifications. Keep updated on all changes or modifications to such specifications.
  • Analyze specifications in all NDT related and special process requirements to manufacture planning applications
  • Assist with the review of acid samples to perform and analyze on NDT chemicals and adjust as necessary
  • Assist with the performing of laboratory tests when needed, in addition to reviewing and approving all related results and reports
  • Analyze test results and concise technical routine and non-routine reports. Make accept/reject decisions based on results and customer requirements.
  • Analyze and interpret NDT requirements related to steel, aluminum, magnesium, titanium, and other alloys.
  • Conduct investigations on product issues and suggest solutions based upon the results of findings. Work with supervisor and management and initiate corrective actions to prevent reoccurrence.
  • Maintain accreditation to NADCAP approval status with methods, procedures, training, and auditing.
  • Provide technical support to other departments on issues concerning materials and processes, including advice on potential hazards and impact of chemicals and processes to the health and safety of all employees.


  • 2-year technical degree in applied science and ASNT Level 3 Certification
  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience in an NDT laboratory environment as well as applicable lab work to methods and procedures related to aerospace and Government standards
  • Membership to ASM, ASTM, ASNT or other societies related to aerospace NDT studies is a plus
  • Any applicable certifications will be a plus to this position. Membership to SME or other societies related to aerospace NDT or metallurgical studies are also a plus.
  • Knowledge in metallurgical testing is also an asset
  • Experience in the Aerospace industry is a plus
  • General understanding and working knowledge of transmission drive systems, special processes, and related systems is also a plus
  • Knowledge of any other industry compliance standards is a plus
  • Must possess proven capability and initiative to function in a high technology environment
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, Strong work ethic, and attention to detail


  • Frequent sitting, standing, walking, talking, hearing, seeing, writing and typing
  • Occasional lifting of up to 40 pounds
  • Occasional reaching, climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, pushing, pulling, fingering, grasping, feeling, twisting, bending and repetitive motion
  • Frequent exposure to moving mechanical parts, fumes or airborne particles
  • Frequent exposure to moderate to heavy noise
  • The ability to wear proper personal protective equipment, including earplugs, safety glasses, safety shoes, etc.
Equal Opportunity Employer: Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran

Other details

  • Job Function Group P
  • Pay Type Hourly
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  • Salisbury, MD, USA