Being a quality welder takes skill, dexterity, and focus. It also requires a knowledge of metals and their properties as well as a variety of welding techniques. Sure, anyone can type up a resume and say they have these skills, but how do you know if the welder you’re considering hiring is actually any good? The answer: the right certifications.
As an in-house talent acquisition or recruiting professional, you’re on the front lines of the battle for best-fit talent – the dependable, skilled tradespeople who show up to the job site or on the plant floor and get the job done from day one. Shifting your talent acquisition strategy to one based on continual sourcing can give your organization an edge in the fight.
A quality control manager is one of a company’s front-line defenses against product defects and process inefficiencies. They protect the consumer from products that don’t work properly or are downright unsafe and help the company avoid wasting money, labor, and time. If you’re a hiring manager interviewing a quality control manager or a candidate about to head into a quality control interview, here are 15 sample questions and answers to help you prepare.
Without construction workers, we wouldn’t have buildings to live and work in. Without plumbers, we wouldn’t have running water with the twist of a faucet. Without electricians, we wouldn’t be able to illuminate a room with the flip of a switch. The skilled trades make modern life possible. And yet, the nation is facing a shortage of skilled trade workers like none we’ve seen before.