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SGS hiring Electrical Fabrication and Instrumentation Inspectors

10 October 2018 to 00: 45
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SGS hiring Electrical Fabrication and Instrumentation Inspectors

SGS announces vacancies for quality inspectors qualified in electrical and instrumentation to work in manufacturing

SGS is hiring quality inspection professionals to work in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. Professionals, in addition to experience, will need to present the SNQC to Electrical and Instrumentation manufacturing inspectors. This is undoubtedly a great opportunity for inspectors, who, after long years of training and qualifications, were waiting to start their activities in the area of ​​quality and manufacturing. Below are all the requirements that professionals need to know to apply for vacancies.

Vacancy: ELECTRICAL (IF-EL) and INSTRUMENTATION (IF-IN) manufacturing inspectors

  • Must have up-to-date SNQC
  • Location: Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo
  • Working regime: Legal entity – State of SP – 1-year contract

Manufacturing Inspection is the activity developed for planning and execution purposes in order to verify, at the supplier's facilities and/or sub-suppliers involved, the conformity of the equipment or materials manufactured with the contractual documents through analysis and verification of the contractual documents in relation to the specifications, standards and procedures applicable to the materials and equipment acquired by the contracting party, verify and certify the manufacturing procedures, inspection and test plan.

Check and attest to the compliance of the qualifications of the suppliers' inspectors, monitoring the compilation, analysis, comments and approval of the Supplier's Book (data book) throughout the supply. Interested send resume to In the subject of the email put: manufacturing inspector (IF-EL) and (IF-IN) In the body of the email put salary expectation in the man / hour format.

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