Quality control inspectors perform an inspection on materials coming into the manufacturing facility from vendors and on assemblies during the production process. The inspector performs functional testing on final products such as turning knobs, installing batteries and using the product to ensure that it works properly.
Inspectors check samples of a production run to ensure that parts meet specifications at any point in the production process.
The quality control inspector records information on his findings during a quality inspection.
This can include measurements, test results and visual defects.
Quality inspectors work with manufacturing professionals during the production process, often approving the quality of raw materials before manufacturing begins. When production is completed, quality inspectors are responsible for a final in-depth inspection, before signing off and approving the product. More importantly, quality inspectors find the faults in both materials and the manufacturing process. Correcting those faults ensures a better finished product for prospective consumers.
When a product is completed, a quality inspector tests the performance to determine if it meets manufacturer and industry standards. If a product does not meet specific standards, recommendations are made to improve the quality of a product.
Besides having an understanding of the product or service, a quality inspector must also be adept at the tools of the trade. Because many industry standards depend on weights and measurements, a variety of calibration tools may be necessary.
In the service industry, quality inspectors must be able to connect with customers in order to gauge satisfaction, identify problems, and work on a systematic approach to solve those problems with employees and management.
Candidate requirements :
Education: University Degree
Experience: 4-5 years of UAE experience from Marine Industries, preferably with Armored Boats/Ships
Communication Skills: Fluent in English, speak, read and write
Computer Skills: Computer Literature