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Job Category:
Other
Industry:
Energy
Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
9/13/2010
>Ivey-Cooper Field Tech, Post Weld Heat Treatment Technician
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The Babcock and Wilcox Company | Chattanooga, TN
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Job Description

The Post Weld Heat Treatment Technician candidate must be experienced in all phases of conducting local preheat and PWHT operations.

Experience shall include the initial preparation and setup, thermocouple (T/C) placement, insulation, electrical connections, programming of the power source/controller, providing support for the component, etc. Further, the personnel shall be knowledgeable in the significance of the local PWHT parameters (heating rate, holding period within specified temperatures, and cooling rate), as well as the routine details required to perform the operation in accordance with the applicable PWHT procedure requirements.

Must be able to prepare written reports and to organize documentation.

Computer literacy is a must.

Field Tech positions provide part time employment status with medical/dental insurance, participation in the defined contribution plan and 401K thrift plan.

Work is seasonal and travel is required.

Job Requirements :
Requires minimal high school diploma or GED, 3 years experience conducting Pre and Post Weld Heat Treatment.

Additional NDE certifications, CWI, API, would be a plus.


Unescorted nuclear power plant access is required.

 

About The Babcock and Wilcox Company

The Babcock & Wilcox Company (B&W) is a U.S.-based company that provides design, engineering, manufacturing, construction and facilities management services to nuclear, renewable, fossil power, industrial and government customers worldwide. B&W's boilers supply more than 300,000 megawatts of installed capacity in over 90 countries around the world. During World War II, over half of the American US Navy fleet was powered by Babcock & Wilcox boilers. The company is based in Lynchburg, Virginia and is a unit of McDermott International, Inc. B&W also has operations in: West Point, Mississippi; Cambridge, Ontario, Canada; Mount Vernon, Indiana; Oak Ridge, Tennessee; Barberton, Ohio; and Euclid, Ohio.