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Full-Time

Master NDE Inspector

Paut, 2nd Shift

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Relativity Space

Relativity Space

1,001-5,000 employees

Develops 3D printed reusable rockets

Robotics & Automation
Hardware
AI & Machine Learning
Design
Aerospace

Compensation Overview

$43.78 - $56.65Hourly

+ Equity

Senior, Expert

Long Beach, CA, USA

Category
Manufacturing Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Requirements
  • Level 2 or 3 certification in PAUT per NAS 410, SNT-TC-1A or equivalent
  • Extensive (5+ years) experience performing PAUT in a production setting
  • Extensive experience analyzing inspection data to specific acceptance criteria
  • Experience reading and interpreting engineering work instructions and drawings
  • Strong computer skills and familiarity with Microsoft applications
Responsibilities
  • Work closely with UT Level 3s and NDE Engineers to develop and execute feasibility studies, POD’s, and qualification plans
  • Act as primary 2nd shift point-of-contact for PAUT technique development efforts and continuous improvement campaigns
  • Perform volumetric NDE inspections using established, novel and advanced Phased Array Ultrasonic (PAUT) & Total Focusing Method/Full Matrix Capture (TFM/FMC) techniques
  • Evaluation of acquired PAUT/TFM/FMC data for quality in accordance with specific acceptance criteria
  • Detailed and comprehensive documentation/reporting of inspection results
  • Engage in proactive mentorship and provide training and oversight for less experienced Inspectors
  • Interface with outside stakeholders regarding inspection results and future possibilities
  • Develop and publish part-specific NDE techniques for a variety of complex parts
  • Plan and program automated UT inspections
  • Work with vendors to troubleshoot and maintain equipment
  • In-depth comprehension and effective application of relevant NDE inspection plans, procedures, and techniques
  • Perform surface NDE inspections with visual and other methods

Relativity Space offers an engaging workplace that focuses on cutting-edge additive manufacturing techniques for building reusable rockets, positioning itself at the forefront of the space technology industry. The company's commitment to reducing complexity and costs in rocket launches aligns with the burgeoning demands of the space infrastructure market, making it an ideal environment for professionals passionate about innovation and growth in aerospace engineering.

Company Stage

Series F

Total Funding

$2.4B

Headquarters

Long Beach, California

Founded

2016

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

12%

1 year growth

15%

2 year growth

25%

Benefits

Health, dental & vision coverage

Wellness stipend

401(k)

Equity

11 company holidays

Generous PTO policy

Monthly lunches, game nights, & offsite events

Parental leave

Annual learning stipend