Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) Technician

  • Roma
  • Permanent
  • Tue Mar 26 01:40:57 2024
  • BBBH4254

Non-Destructive Testing Technician

  • Permanent Role
  • $80-100K PA
  • Roma QLD


Full-time position for a Non-destructive Testing (NDT) Technician is available in Roma 4455 QLD.


You are required to have at least a relevant AQF (or equivalent) Diploma or above and at least 2 years of relevant work experience. At least 3 years of relevant employment experience may substitute.


The NDT Technician is responsible for conducting non-destructive testing on materials, ensuring adherence to workplace policies and confidentiality. Operating and maintaining equipment, documenting results, and prioritising safety are key aspects of the role. The technician collaborates with the team, troubleshoots issues, and stays updated on industry standards to contribute to accurate material assessments while maintaining high safety and quality standards.


  • Ensure the proper calibration of all NDT equipment before use.
  • Perform routine process control tests and conduct periodic calibrations following documented specifications and procedures.
  • Ensure the utmost accuracy of all tests conducted in alignment with relevant specifications and procedures.
  • Prepare comprehensive Work Forms and Inspection Reports within the defined scope of classification.
  • Adhere to and uphold the requirements of the company's quality system, promoting a culture of continuous improvement.
  • Execute various duties expected of an NDT Technician, contributing to the overall efficiency of the team.
  • Attend and actively participate in site safety and prestart meetings, emphasising a strong commitment to safety protocols.
  • Provide timely and constructive feedback to clients regarding inspections, addressing reasonable requests with professionalism.
  • Conduct NDT and inspection work with precision and attention to detail.
  • Prepare, compile, and submit detailed reports on findings and outcomes of inspections, ensuring accuracy and completeness.
  • Undertake regular equipment maintenance and calibration to guarantee optimal functionality.
  • Demonstrate a strong commitment to safety practices and promote a safety-first culture within the team.
  • Display flexibility and willingness to work away from home on occasions, ensuring a dedicated and responsive approach to job requirements.


  • All NDT methods will be considered, but UT and ET are of special interest.
  • Must have a current Australian recognised certification (AINDT or PCN).
  • Attention to detail and the ability to record raw data is essential.
  • Good understanding of Standards, Reports, and requirements of NATA.
  • Willingness to follow company Policy and Procedures, especially safety is required.
  • Experience in Office programs.
  • Honest, integrity, reliable.
  • Great communication skills.
  • Work as part of a team and autonomously without supervision is expected.


Annual salary of $80,000 - $100,000 based on experience.


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