Material Usage Insp

  Castle Company
  Afghanistan Unspecified 547
Date Posted:Feb 24, 2011
Reference:HR0027/Feb/2011
Closing Date:Mar 30, 2011
Work Type:Unspecified
Number of Vacancies:1
Gender:Male
Functional Area:Construction
Nationality:International
Salary Range:As per NTA salary scale policy
Years of Experience:5 Years
Contract Duration:Not specified
Possibility of Contract Extension:No
Contract Type:Permanent
Probation Period:1 month
Required Languages:

About Castle Company:

 

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Job Summary:

Duties & Responsibilities:

Inspectors monitor all domestically manufactured goods such as food, clothing, textiles, glassware, cars, electronics, and structural steel. The quality control inspector's job is to make sure their employer's goods are the best quality imaginable. Although many inspectors are the same, there are some differences between industries. Inspectors who work with materials use all of their senses to locate imperfections. They may also have to verify the dimensions of an object like color, weight, texture, and strength. Mechanical inspectors check that parts move properly, fit well, and are lubricated, while also checking the pressure of gases, liquid levels, the flow of electricity, and test operation. Sorters separate items according to an item's intended specifications. Samplers inspect samples from a batch for defects and or/imperfections. Weighers weigh materials for production.
Quality control professionals have a role in every part of the production process. They often examine materials from a supplier before sending them to production. Some inspect components or assemblies and perform final checks on completed products. Inspectors with advanced skill levels will also set up and test equipment, calibrate instruments, and repair defects, as well as record data.

Inspectors use hand-held tools and electronic devices to perform their job duties. Hand-held measurement devices include micrometers, calipers, and alignment gauges, and the electronic inspection equipment are used to coordinate measuring machines. These electronic machines allow inspectors to probe parts and analyze the results using computer software. Inspectors testing electrical devices use voltmeters, ammeters, and oscilloscopes.
Inspectors also note problems and can reject defective items, send them for repair, or fix problems themselves. When products pass inspection, inspectors can stamp, tag, or certify them in a number of ways. After inspection, quality control professionals also record the results of inspection, calculate the number of defects, and prepare inspection and test reports. This data is shared with supervisors to help locate the cause of defects and correct these production problems.



Inspects materials, products, and work in progress for conformance to specifications, and adjusts process or assembly equipment to meet standards.

Collects samples for testing, and computes findings.

Reads dials and meters to verify functioning of equipment according to specifications.

Analyzes and interprets blueprints, sample data, and other materials to determine, change, or measure specifications or inspection and testing procedures.

Tests and measures finished products, components, or assemblies for functioning, operation, accuracy, or assembly to verify adherence to functional specifications.

Observes and monitors production operations and equipment to ensure proper assembly of parts, or assists in testing and monitoring activities.

Marks items for acceptance or rejection, records test results and inspection data, and compares findings with specifications to ensure conformance to standards.

Confers with vendors and others regarding inspection results, recommends corrective procedures, and compiles reports of results, recommendations, and needed repairs.

Supervises testing or drilling activities, and adjusts equipment to obtain sample fluids or to direct drilling.

Operates or tends machinery and equipment, and uses hand tools.

Fabricates, installs, positions, or connects components, parts, finished products, or instruments for testing or operational purposes.

Job Requirement:

Qualifications
• Master or University degree relevant to the position.
• Overall 3-15 years’ experience.
• Technical and Designing skills.
Languages
• Dari, Pashto and English

Desirable Qualifications
• Strong organizational and analytical skills.
• Excellent written and oral communications skills.
• Excellent communication in English required.
• Experience in designing, implementing and advising on large corporate networks;
• The ability to communicate, negotiate, analyze, elaborate and present reports and statements
Skills
The incumbent must demonstrate the following skills:
Supervisory skills
• team building
• accounting and bookkeeping skills
• analytical and problem solving skills
• decision making skills
• effective verbal and listening communications skills
• effective written communications skills
• ability to communicate effectively in English
• Computer skills including the ability to operate computerized accounting, spreadsheet and word processing programs at a highly proficient level
• stress management skills
• time management skills
Personal Attributes
The incumbent must maintain strict confidentiality in performing the duties. The incumbent must also demonstrate the following personal attributes:
• be honest and trustworthy
• be respectful
• possess cultural awareness and sensitivity
• be flexible
• demonstrate sound work ethics
Flexibilities
• Able to travel other locations when/as needed.

Contacts
• Internal - CASTLE teams and staff and every department head
• External - Staff in donor organizations and clients

Duration of the assignment.
Subject to the technical capabilities with 3 months probationary period.

Job Location:

Afghanistan
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