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Posted by: Newport News Shipbuilding (a division of Huntington Ingalls Industries) on Jan 12, 2021


Location:

Newport News , VA

Job Description:

Job Description

Newport News Shipbuilding has an opportunity for a Radiologic Interpreter to join their team! Job responsibilities to include, but not limited to:

Examine radiographs of pipe and structural welds, castings, and lead shielding. Conduct field inspections of weldments and/or castings Prepare and/or review Radiographic Shooting Sketches (RSS's) prior to radiographic operations. RSS's are the plans and parameters involved in radiographing a subject (primarily castings). Perform on-site audits of suppliers to ensure that the radiography of purchased material complies with established quality control standards and the applicable Purchase Orders Perform procedure reviews Provide training and technical guidance

Radiographic (RT) Interpreters evaluate RT film/images in order to accept or reject and disposition materials under examination by radiography.

Basic Qualifications

Associate's Degree and 3 years of experience, 2 years of related experience can be substituted for Associate's degree. 4 years of non-related experience can be substituted for Associate's degree. An Apprentice Certificate or graduation from Navy Nuclear Power School can be substituted for Associate's degree

Preferred Qualifications

Minimum nine years of radiographic experience with at least five of those years spent in radiographic film interpretation certified as RT Level II

Req ID: 3755

Department: E37 SUBMARINE TEST ENGINEERING

Entity: NN SHIPBUILDING (0265)

Travel Required: No

Shift: 1st

Relocation: No relocation assistance available

Education: High School Diploma/GED

Virtual/Telework Opportunity: No-Teleworking is not available for this position

US Citizenship Required for this Position: Yes

Clearance Type: Yes - Interim Clearance Required To Start

Company Statement:

Huntington Ingalls Industries employs more than 42,000 people throughout the United States and around the world. We are America's largest military shipbuilder and one of the largest defense contractors for unmanned systems, nuclear and environmental services and fleet sustainment. Our employees build, engineer and innovate complex products and solutions for our customers on a daily basis - we do the Hard Stuff, Done Right. Each year we hire thousands of business, engineering, IT professionals and tradespersons to accomplish our mission. Why not become part of something bigger than yourself, find your purpose, and join HII today.

EEO Statement:

Huntington Ingalls Industries is an Equal Opportunity/Vets and Disabled Employer. U.S. Citizenship may be required for certain positions.

Pay Rate:

Unspecified

HR. Website URL:

https://careers.huntingtoningalls.com/

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About HII Newport News Shipbuilding

Newport News Shipbuilding (NNS), a division of Huntington Ingalls Industries, is the nation's sole-industrial designer, builder and refueler of nuclear-powered aircraft carriers and one of the only two companies capable of designing and building nuclear-powered submarines. NNS employs thousands of military veterans and military reservists. We are committed to hiring candidates with prior military service and assisting our veteran and reservist employees. We are proud supporters of all branches of our U.S. military. If YOU are a transitioning service member, we encourage you to continue your mission and join us as we protect America by building the finest military ships in the world. Do you have prior military experience in Engineering, Construction & Project Management, Supply Chain, Electrical, Electronics, Mechanical, Administration Functional Support and Trades? If so, we have careers for you! Search our current Professional & Trades/Crafts career opportunities at buildyourcareer.com

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