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Production supervisors oversee the manufacturing process and ensure that production is successful by managing all aspects of it.
Quality control managers supervise staff, oversee product development procedures to ensure that products meet quality and efficiency standards, and work with clients to ensure the final products meet their needs and requirements.
Engineering technicians provide technical support to engineers during the design of manufacturing processes for a production facility.
QC inspector/testers assist QA/QC teams to ensure the quality control process design results in continuous production of products consistent with established standards.
Engineering technologists assist engineers in creating systems to make a product or provide a service.
Engineering managers are responsible for solving engineering issues, proposing budgets for projects, preparing progress reports, answering technical questions, training new employees, and working with other departments.
Manufacturing engineers plan and design systems for producing a product.
General operations managers plan, direct, and coordinate the operations of an organization.
General maintenance and repair workers fix and maintain machines, mechanical equipment, and buildings.