- Benefits of an NDT career with Applied Inspection Systems, Inc.
- Rewarding opportunities in support of mission-critical industries.
- Comprehensive employee benefits package.
- Assortment of work assignments and work locations.
- Regular opportunities to develop new skills and work with new technology.
Interested in a Careeer in Non-Destructive Testing?
We are always looking for highly-motivated individuals to join our Arkansas and Pennsylvania teams. Previous experience in Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) is not required. We provide most of the training you need right here in house. If you are thinking about a career in NDT or simply interested in finding out a little more on what we have to offer, take a few minutes and fill out an online application.
What does it mean to be an NDT technician?
As an NDT technician, you perform examinations that help facilities determine the safety and reliability of their equipment. These examinations, or tests, help facility owners plan for maintenance and upgrades of their assets. For example, you may be testing the integrity of a natural gas pipeline, inspecting welds on new bridges or verifying the safety of water tanks.
Previous Heat Treat or Stress Relief Experience?
Great! We are looking for experienced technicians to fill positions available in our growing Heat Treat division. Training and a minimum of two years experience are required. If this is you, please take a few minuites and fill out an online application by clicking the 'Apply Online' link above.
Ready to get started?
A career with Applied Inspection Systems means taking part in a growing, family-oriented company. We help you develop the technical skills needed to provide the highest quality, dependable testing to our customers around the United States and Canada. We are focused on providing a safe work environment and delivering total customer satisfaction.
If this sounds like you, apply online to start your NDT career path.