Radiographer Technician (Odessa)
- Successfully completed 40 hours at a certified Radiation Safety School
approved by the Texas Department of Health - Radiation Control Division.
- Have the mandatory Level II (training, experience and examination)
required by the Society of Non-Destructive Testing guidelines and written
- Have the mental ability to read and interpret non-destructive testing
sheets, blueprints and their symbols, welding techniques and procedures, as
a means of shop fabrication problem solving.
- Have the mental and physical ability to load film-processing belts and
develop radiographic film in an automatic or manual environment.
- Read and interpret the radiographic film.
- Physically catch and transport film from the Radiography department to
all departments requiring the results.
- Have the physical ability to climb vessels, stair, etc., a minimum of 20
times per day and to function in conditions resulting in no back support at
least 50% of each working day.
- Have the mental and physical skills necessary to check sources of
radiation and discern if there are any hazardous leaks and communicate those
results to the manufacturer or the State.
- Lift and move materials and equipment in excess of 100+ pounds.
- Operate all equipment in the radiography department, including but not
limited to, IR-192 camera, Cobalt 60 camera, survey meter, mag-particle,
Rockwell Hardness tester, t-gauge, Barton recorders, yoke magnetic machine,
- Successfully complete Standard, Color and Jaegar eye examinations,
yearly, according to A.S.M.E. code.
- Use a magnetic particle machine as a means to test for cracks in
- Operate an ultrasonic Thickness gauge.
- Perform the function of Radiation Safety Officer, as required by the
State of Texas.
You can either fax your
application to Personnel at 432-337-2624 or drop it off
at the main Odessa Office.