PAUT technician (API QUPA, PCN ou CSWIP)


  • Certification in PAUT (API QUPA, PCN or CSWIP)
  • ONGC UT2 certification
  • Minimum 3 years NDT experience 
  • Completion of ASP construction course
  • Valid class 5 driver's license
  • Basic knowledge of Excel software
  • Physical fitness (climbing, stooping, bending, crawling, straddling, and maintaining static positions for varying periods of time)
  • Basic computer skills (Office) 
  • Ability to communicate technical information and explain it as required
  • Meet the minimum visual requirements of ONGC/NAS410/ASNT certification organizations (color vision, 3D, reading small print)


  • AEC in non-destructive testing or DEC in metallurgical or mechanical engineering



  • Permanent position
  • 3 weeks vacation (6%) upon hiring (may be more depending on years of experience)
  • Significant company support for training and relevant certifications
  • 4 days of various floating vacations
  • Employer contribution to RRSPs
  • Employer contribution to group insurance


  • Competitive salary according to our salary scale
  • Access to overtime (time and a half and double time)
  • Access to meal and accommodation allowances

Schedule: Depending on customer requirements, typically Monday to Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Possibility of weekend work.

Job location: Quebec City head office or Laval office and travel throughout the province of Quebec

Teleworking: Possible for report writing


  • Carry out inspections in accordance with the requirements of the authority that issued the certification for the technique used (ONGC, ASNT, CINDE, NACE, API, CWB etc.), take notes, take photos, mark the areas to be inspected (drawings, measurements).
  • When present, communicate instructions and guide the NDT Technician Assistant
  • Remain attentive to customer instructions
  • Record in writing and numerically any anomalies found in the parts to be inspected. 
  • Write reports
  • Answer customer questions
  • Basic maintenance of inspection equipment
  • Manage specialized instrumentation
  • Apply correct inspection procedures according to context
  • Drive a vehicle to inspection sites (sometimes over long distances)
  • Transport inspection equipment in the field
  • Report anomalies, malfunctions, problems, and difficulties
  • Contact the appropriate resources when in doubt, without hesitation
  • Ensure PPE compliance
  • Take health and safety training courses
  • Participate in safety meetings and any prevention activities required by Torngats or the customer where the inspection is carried out
  • Keep certifications up to date
  • Participate in information meetings (e.g. in the event of an inspection under special conditions)
  • Ensure that work permits are obtained and complied with by customers who issue and require them



  • Action-oriented autonomy
  • Sense of responsibility
  • Verbal and written communication
  • Team spirit
  • Manual skills
  • Methodical
  • Conscientious and respectful of health and safety at work
  • Available for overtime evenings and holidays
  • Open to learning new inspection methods