• Acoustic Emission Inspection and Field Work Technician

    Job Locations US-TX-Houston | US-TX-Houston
    Lab Personnel
  • Overview

    Stress Engineering Services Inc. is the premier provider of engineered solutions and professional engineering consulting services across all engineering disciplines, serving clients since 1972. Approximately 80% of current Stress Engineering Services business is repeat or direct referral. We take on some of industry’s most difficult problems, utilizing approximately 360 employees, including 215 engineers. We are looking for an Acoustic Emission and field work Technician for our Houston, TX office.   


    The Acoustic Emission and field work Technician will work under the supervision of an ASNT Level III Specialist going to client’s sites, anywhere in the world where it is lawful and safe to work to install transducers, monitor several types of tests, reduce and analyze data, prepare reports and discuss results with client.


    Stress Engineering will provide all necessary training to ensure the technician is capable of performing his duties as an Apprentice through Level II



    • High School diploma
    • Good English communication skills
    • US Citizen or Visa permit to work or a Green Card
    • Not afraid of heights or climbing ladders, scaffolding, etc.
    • Able and willing to travel domestically and internationally for weeks at a time as needed
    • Good communication skills
    • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook) and drafting
    • Experience in reading sketches and design drawings
    • Understanding of basic materials science, failure modes, mechanical concepts, and basic electronics troubleshooting


    • Technologist Degree or Bachelor degree
    • Hands on experience in the field as technician
    • Experience with NDT Inspections in the field as Level I or Level II
    • Certifications:
      • Non-destructive testing in accordance with ASNT TC1A
      • Technical training on API courses, NACE courses
      • Experience with the AET inspection method


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