In order to maintain the nuclear safety of the installations, SGS experts are tasked with verifying the state of preservation of the welds, ensuring that they have not deteriorated over time. Depending on the nature of the operation, these on-site interventions range from three to eight weeks.
"Knowing that a shutdown mobilizes between 30 and 80 people on a site depending on the nature of the intervention, and that the duration of our contract is extended (from six to eight and a half years), it is necessary to extend our internal resources. That's why we are launching a vast recruitment campaign," says Patrick Teixeira, Director sgs France Industries Division.
Within the Industries & Environment business unit, candidates will join a multidisciplinary team of several specialists in NDT/END methods. Their mission will be to provide technical services for non-destructive testing/testing on construction sites and to take care of the implementation and writing of technical reports at customers' premises.
SGS France is looking for graduates of a baccalaureate or a Bac + 2/3 in metrology, physical measurements, materials and / or non-destructive testing. Two types of profiles are mainly sought:
- Experienced, with solid experience in non-destructive testing (mastery of standards related to END/NDT), with EN ISO9712 CIFM certification on a volumetric technique (UT2 or RT2) and/or a surface technique (PT2 or MT2)
- Beginners with the desire to learn and evolve in a technical environment of expertise, curious to discover the world of carbon-free energy. SGS provides training and certifications.
Between 60 and 80 END/NDT technician positions are to be filled at nuclear production sites: Agen, Bordeaux, Dunkirk, Le Havre, Lyon, Metz, Nancy, Orléans, Orsay, Poitiers and Strasbourg.
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