Portland, Oregon - 2024-02-09 Radiologic Evaluator
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To interpret (by use of computer applications) all film and electronically acquired radiographs taken of castings to determine that discrepancies meet customer specifications and standards; to determine if parts are acceptable or need repair, mark and route parts for necessary repairs and sign final reports that approve castings sent to customers.
IN THIS ROLE, YOU CAN EXPECT TO HAVE THESE RESPONSIBILITIES:
To review specifications and radiographs before evaluation.
- Review Technique Cards and paperwork to part specifications
- Sort radiographs by view for each part
- Check each radiograph to determine that appropriate quality for image sensitivity and accuracy is obtained
- Ensure proper image file management protocol is followed
To interpret and evaluate radiographs to determine the quality of castings and to accept the part or route for repair according to customer specifications.
- Visually evaluate radiographic indications to determine if casting or welding discontinuities exist
- Interpret identified discontinuities to determine their cause and/or whether they meet customer specifications
- Interpret and identify surface and subsurface discontinuities per customer specifications
- Evaluate parts with repeat problem areas; consult with engineering as appropriate
- Mark problem areas on parts needing repair; may request additional radiographs to further evaluate indications; routes for repair on rework routing cards; may decide on or recommend necessary repairs
- Sign and stamp reports for acceptance of parts as determined by interpreter
- Review weld maps to ensure all welds have been radiographed
- Perform mathematical calculations from detailed drawings or blueprints to determine acceptability
- May be required to handle hazardous waste and follow all required PPE regulations
- Must meet all production and quality standards per department standards
- Accurately record and document work performed
- Provide training and work direction to less experienced personnel as assigned
- Perform any function of radiographers, darkroom operators and other department personnel as assigned
- Safely operate all equipment and tools
- Must comply with all applicable safety requirements, policies and procedures while maintaining a clean, safe, and orderly work environment. Must participate in required training, medical monitoring, safety and health evaluations and programs
- Regular and predictable attendance
- Perform required overtime as directed by supervision
EQUIPMENT, VEHICLES, TOOLS AND/OR MACHINERY USED:
- Film viewer
- Light meter
- Radiographic reference plates
- Pin gauges, vernier calipers, spring calipers
- Pallet jacks
- Optical Comparitor
- Computer – (PC) Personal, server, and (LAN) Local Area
- Electronic measurement tools and functions (i.e., take radiographic images of control gages following specific instructions, sample Gray Scale readings of specific regions of interest to calibrate by calculation the signal to noise levels for image qualification, determine image quality compliance for spatial resolution through the use of line pair gauges and geometric calculation, etc.)
- Image plate reader hardware
- Image detectors, i.e., Image plates, digital panels, etc.
- Image processing software tools
- Image archive devices such as CD, DVD, Flash, Server, etc.
- Training is provided on the job and in classroom or topical sessions
- Must complete Radiographer – Level 2 course, plus digital method training modules
- Must complete Radiographer – Level 2 Certification, plus digital method certification
- Must recertify – Level 2 every three years
- May be required to complete hazardous waste management training
NOW THAT YOU KNOW WHAT YOU’LL BE DOING, HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO DO IT:
- Advanced radiographer skills as demonstrated by the competent performance of all Radiographer A duties for at least 1 year and completion of Level 1 Certification, OR
- An equivalent combination of classroom training and closely related radiographic experience
- Demonstrated intermediate-level computer system operation skills, including operation of mouse, keyboard, and all associated hardware. Must also have a good understanding of Windows-based operating systems and be able to navigate successfully through the system
- Demonstrated ability to understand basic computer communication problems. Must be able to clearly communicate the issue to MIS for repair
- Must have the ability to adapt and learn new operation methods as electronic technology progressively develops
- Demonstrated ability to read, interpret, and follow specifications found in Technique Cards, Quality Control Manuals, and other technical materials
- Must have the ability to use pixel value measurement (ROI) region of interest image value, statistical process check tool(s), and mid-level mathematical calculations, such as statistical mean calculation, averages, percentiles, and fractions, to verify quality of electronic images
- Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing
- Demonstrated ability to read and interpret specifications on drawings and blueprints at a radiographer film interpreter level
- Demonstrated ability to work independently with limited supervision
- Physical ability to perform the essential job functions
- Perform daily equipment set-up procedures and quality checks as required by QCM
- Regular and predictable attendance
- Requires overtime as directed by supervision
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT THIS ROLE:
- Signing bonus, relocation package, and excellent benefits
- Must meet NAS 410 qualifications
- Quarterly bonuses
- Full benefits that start on the 1st of the month following your hire date
- Paid holidays, vacations, and sick leave
- Tuition reimbursement
- Gym membership reimbursement for you and your family
- Safety shoe and safety glasses reimbursement
This position requires use of information or access to production processes subject to national security controls under U.S. export control laws and regulations (including, but not limited to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and the Export Administration Regulations (EAR)). To be qualified to work in this facility, a successful applicant must be a U.S. Person, as defined in those regulations, and able to supply evidence of that qualification prior to starting work or be authorized to receive controlled information under a specific license or permission from the relevant government agency. The U.S. export control regulations define a U.S. person as a U.S. Citizen, U.S. National, U.S. Permanent Resident (i.e. 'Green Card Holder'), and certain categories of Asylees and Refugees.
WE WORK WITH SOME AMAZING COMPANIES. STILL NOT SURE IF THIS OPPORTUNITY IS RIGHT FOR YOU? HERE ARE A FEW MORE REASONS OUR CUSTOMERS TRUST US:
A quick response to staffing needs.
We get it — time is money. Our clients trust us with part of their people operations to help them staff properly and efficiently.
A full understanding of the requirements for each position.
We can achieve great results by listening to what drives our client’s decision-making process, following a disciplined process of identifying top-quality candidates and understanding core objectives and position requirements.
Focused on customer satisfaction.
We boast a 99% customer satisfaction rating, and that’s one of the many reasons why we rarely lose. But our customer in the talent acquisition process is more than the client — it’s you! We strive for you to have the best possible candidate experience.
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