Transportation/logistics supervisors oversee the transportation of products from one location to another, such as from loading docks to warehouses or warehouses to stores.
Maintenance managers are responsible for ensuring that facilities, layout, and machinery used to produce new and existing materials and goods run to their maximum efficiency and output.
A bus/truck mechanic helps plan, schedule. and perform repair and preventative maintenance on vehicles such as busses, vans, and trucks, as well as maintain related records.
A heavy/tractor trailer driver delivers goods while operating a tractor-trailer truck, sometimes over intercity routes or spanning several states.
Production, planning, and expediting clerks review, coordinate, and expedite distribution of materials needed for a project or department according to production or shipment schedules.
First-line supervisors are employed in all industries to direct production workers in the making or assembling of manufactured goods.
Inspector/testers Inspect, test, sort, sample, or weigh nonagricultural raw materials or processed, machined, fabricated, or assembled parts or products for defects, wear, and deviations from specifications.
Facility management technicians schedule the repair and maintenance at all the facilities of an organization and regular tests to identify any irregularity in the electrical systems, machines, furniture, or other materials that are important for the functioning of the facility.
Control systems service technicians install and maintain building control systems including HVAC systems or other industrial control systems that operate in homes, businesses, plants, and factories.
Civil design technicians CAD software to prepare detailed construction drawings, horizontal and vertical geometric information, 3D models for use in construction, and related maps and specifications used in the planning, design and construction of engineering projects.