About This Career
Non-Destructive Testers and Inspection Technicians conduct tests that provide information about the condition of materials and components (without destroying them) to determine defects and faults, and ensure compliance with applicable codes and standards. They operate radiographic, ultrasonic, liquid penetrant, magnetic particle, eddy current and similar testing equipment to detect defects. They interact with other related trades and equipment operators. Non-Destructive Testers and Inspection Technicians use advanced sensing and imaging equipment such as X-rays, microscopes, thermometers, oscilloscopes and radiation detectors. They may also use analytical or scientific software.
Education: This occupation requires completion of two years of an approved post-secondary science or engineering program.
Employment: This occupation is found in onshore and offshore environments and is typically employed in exploration and production, oil sands, oil and gas services and pipeline sectors of the oil and gas industry.
Example Titles: Industrial Radiographer, Non-Destructive Evaluation Technician, Non-Destructive Testing Specialist, Non-Destructive Testing Technician.
- Here are the two most recent postings:
Maintenance technician - non-destructive testing (ndt)
Posted on Nov 20 2017
By atlantic crane & material handling limitedDartmouth Dependant upon experience
Eddy current tester
Posted on Nov 08 2017
By innovator industrial services inc.Edmonton Dependant upon experience
Mild Physical Activity
Long Periods of Standing
Some Overtime Required
Business and Operations Support
Oil and gas services
Exploration and production
- Post-secondary diploma