• Chemical Processing

  • Overview

    Why become a Nadcap Auditor?

    Performance Review Institute (PRI) manages an industry based aerospace special process accreditation program called Nadcap.

    This is an excellent opportunity for recent retirees or consultants. Nadcap Auditors enjoy traveling domestically and/or internationally, a flexible schedule (some auditors perform 1 or 2 audits a month, while others desire to audit every week), competitive compensation that includes a daily rate plus travel expenses, meeting new people and keeping in touch with technology and the latest developments, networking with other industry professionals.

    The purpose of this independent contractor position is to conduct audits of surface finishing processes (anodizing, conversion coating, electroplating, etc.) using web based audit checklists. The audit results are reported back to key global aerospace industry experts who manage the non-conformance report closeout and accreditation processes. Conducting the audits plays an important role in risk mitigation, supply chain oversight and continual improvement within the aerospace industry. This varied and autonomous role would suit someone who has experience and/or qualifications in surface finishing and is looking for a new challenge.




    Please review these General Qualifications for the auditor opportunity and the specific following criteria for chemical processing-surface finishing:


    • Bachelor of Science Degree Science or Engineering
    • Five years hands on experience, preferably in the Aerospace Industry, with several of the following processes: Anodizing, Chemical Cleaning, Chemical Milling. Conversion/Phosphate Coating, Etching, Laboratory Evaluation, Paint/Dry Film Coatings, Plating, Stripping, Surface Prep Prior to Metal Bond, Surface Treatment/Passivation
    • Written and oral proficiency in the English language


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