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Production Director
Production directors ensure that employees meet the production needs set by
management while producing high-quality products for the consumers. These
professionals may liaison with other departments such as maintenance, since
production equipment must be kept functioning smoothly, and human resources,
as production directors often supervise a number of workers.
2. Quality Control Manager
The quality control manager supervises a team of quality control inspectors. The
position develops, implements and manages quality control systems designed to
ensure continuous production of excellent quality materials and applications,
consistent with established standards, customer specifications and production
goals.
3. Drafter
Drafters help design products with engineering and manufacturing techniques.
They often use softwares (e.g CAD) to convert the designs of architects and
engineers into technical plans. Drafters specify dimensions, materials, and
procedures for new products.
4. Procurement Director
Procurement Directors develop sourcing and procurement activities that support
the business objectives. They develop and execute a long-term strategies to
facilitate improvements for Procurement Services and they ensure the execution
of procurement strategies across the workplace to ensure consistent and high
quality value delivery.
5. Trade Marketing Manager
A trade marketing manager is responsible for local market brand development
within a channel. This is done across a variety of marketing strategies including
product launches, public relations and communications efforts, setting up
displays and designing loyalty programs. Trade marketers typically have two
target groups: Distributor/dealers, or retailers.
6. Training & Development Officer
A training and development officer handles the learning and professional
development of an organization's workforce. Trainers equip the staff with the
knowledge, practical skills and motivation to carry out work-related tasks.
7. License C Electrician
Electricians sssemble, install, test, and maintain electrical wiring, equipment,
appliances, apparatus and fixtures across facility. They diagnose malfunctioning

systems, locate the cause of breakdown and correct problem. They inspect
electrical systems and equipment for potential hazards to ensure compliance with
building codes.

8. License 4B Building Systems Technician


Building Systems Technicians perform regular building inspections and maintain
basic facilities and non-technical components. They carry out preventive
maintenance and repairs on walls, floors, etc. They generally ensure the
buildings are compliant of industry standards in work safety, health safety and fire
safety
9. Instrumentation Technicians
Instrumentation Technicians monitor atmospheric and environmental changes in
industrial areas and buildings with the use of scientific and analytic computer
software, calculators, voltage and current meters, and electronic probes in order
to diagnose faults in circuitry. They perform general maintenance on the
equipment and ensure precise measuring and monitoring to regulate flow and
pressure rates, keep track of production, manage power use, and ensure safety.
10. Quality Assurance Manager
Quality Assurance Managers maintain the quality standards of the companys
products. They also establish the frequency and kinds of tests to be performed,
determine the standards by which quality will be judged, and make
recommendations to improve the quality control process.