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inspector

  • Investigate complaints regarding safety violations.
  • Prepare reports on investigations or inspections and actions taken.
  • Examine carrier operating rules, employee qualification guidelines, or carrier training and testing programs for compliance with regulations or safety standards.
  • Issue notices and recommend corrective actions when infractions or problems are found.
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inspector, unipres

  • Responsible for the entire procedure of production. 
  • Managed time, established priorities and delegated to meet customers goals. 
  • Increased production from 32 parts per hour to 44 parts per hour. 
  • Ensured that each part was in the specifications of the customer. 
  • Made adjustments to improve quality by spot mig welding parts if needed. 
  • Quickly resolving quality and production issues keeping production on schedule. 
  • Worked overtime to complete the production requirements of the customer. 
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inspector

  • Kept scrap percentages at a minimum. 
  • Responsible for accurate paperwork.
  • Raw materials inventory. 
  • Communicated with the engineer to ensure quality improvements. 
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inspector

  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet employers varying needs, abilities, and interests.
  • Maintain accurate and complete employers records as required by administrative policies.
  • Instruct employers individually and in groups, using various teaching methods such as lectures, discussions, and demonstrations.
  • Review instructional content, methods, and student evaluations to assess strengths and weaknesses, and to develop recommendations for course revision, development, and elimination.
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inspector

  • Conduct inspections and investigations of licensed and unlicensed childcare facilities
  • Work with area fire marshal, health inspectors and other Health and Human service employees to accomplish goals.
  • Create and conduct specialized continuing education training for fellow employees and community partners
  • Address legal issues, such as child abuse and discipline, assisting with hearings and court proceedings.