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Looking for a great career in the manufacturing industry? ChajaWork AFRICA Limited is looking for talented go-getters who are committed to our values of excellence and uncompromising quality. We’re currently looking to fill a variety of roles, so check out the openings below to see if there’s the right fit for you.

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A Production Supervisor is a key role in manufacturing and production environments. The primary responsibility of a Production Supervisor is to oversee and coordinate the day-to-day operations of a production facility to ensure efficiency, quality, and safety. The specific duties and responsibilities may vary depending on the industry and the nature of the production process, but generally include:

  1. Supervision and Leadership:

    • Lead and manage a team of production workers.

    • Assign tasks and responsibilities to workers based on their skills and qualifications.

    • Provide guidance and support to the team to ensure production targets are met.

  2. Production Planning:

    • Develop and implement production schedules to meet customer demands.

    • Coordinate with other departments, such as logistics and maintenance, to ensure a smooth production process.

  3. Quality Control:

    • Monitor production processes to ensure products meet quality standards.

    • Implement and enforce quality control procedures.

    • Investigate and address any issues related to product quality.

  4. Safety Compliance:

    • Ensure compliance with safety regulations and company policies.

    • Conduct safety training for production staff.

    • Investigate and report any accidents or safety incidents.

  5. Inventory Management:

    • Monitor and manage inventory levels to prevent stockouts or overstock situations.

    • Coordinate with supply chain and procurement teams to ensure the availability of raw materials.

  6. Continuous Improvement:

    • Identify opportunities for process improvement and efficiency.

    • Implement lean manufacturing principles or other improvement methodologies.

    • Work with the team to reduce waste and optimize production workflows.

  7. Communication:

    • Communicate production goals, targets, and changes to the team.

    • Collaborate with other departments, such as engineering, maintenance, and quality assurance.

    • Report production status to upper management.

  8. Training and Development:

    • Train new employees on production processes and procedures.

    • Provide ongoing training and development opportunities for the production team.

  9. Problem Solving:

    • Address and resolve issues that may arise during the production process.

    • Analyze root causes of production problems and implement corrective actions.

  10. Documentation:

    • Maintain accurate production records and documentation.

    • Prepare reports on production performance, efficiency, and quality.

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An Electrical Engineer is a professional who designs, develops, tests, and supervises the manufacturing of electrical equipment, systems, and components. The role of an Electrical Engineer is diverse, covering various areas within the field of electrical engineering. Here are some key responsibilities and tasks associated with this role:

  1. Design and Development:

    • Create and develop electrical systems, products, or components based on project specifications.

    • Use computer-aided design (CAD) software to design and simulate electrical systems.

  2. Research and Analysis:

    • Conduct research to stay updated on the latest technologies and advancements in electrical engineering.

    • Analyze and interpret technical data to ensure designs meet performance requirements.

  3. Testing and Quality Assurance:

    • Develop and conduct tests on electrical systems and components to ensure they meet quality standards and specifications.

    • Identify and resolve issues or defects through testing and troubleshooting.

  4. Project Management:

    • Plan and manage electrical engineering projects, including setting goals, determining timelines, and allocating resources.

    • Coordinate with other engineering disciplines and project stakeholders.

  5. Documentation:

    • Create and maintain detailed documentation, including technical specifications, design documents, and test reports.

    • Prepare and present progress reports to project teams and management.

  6. Collaboration:

    • Work closely with other engineers, technicians, and professionals in multidisciplinary teams.

    • Collaborate with professionals from different fields, such as mechanical engineering, to ensure integrated system functionality.

  7. Implementation and Installation:

    • Oversee the installation and implementation of electrical systems.

    • Ensure that electrical projects comply with safety regulations, codes, and standards.

  8. Troubleshooting and Maintenance:

    • Diagnose and resolve electrical issues that may arise during the manufacturing, testing, or operation of electrical systems.

    • Develop maintenance procedures to ensure the ongoing reliability of electrical systems.

  9. Automation and Control Systems:

    • Design and implement control systems for various applications, including industrial automation, robotics, and process control.

  10. Renewable Energy:

    • Work on projects related to renewable energy, such as solar or wind power systems.

  11. Electronics:

    • Design and develop electronic circuits and components for various applications, ranging from consumer electronics to industrial equipment.

  12. Compliance and Regulations:

    • Ensure that electrical designs and installations comply with local and international regulations and standards.

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Solar Panels Technicians



A Quality Control Inspector, also known as a QC Inspector, is a professional responsible for ensuring that products meet certain standards of quality, safety, and functionality before they are released to customers or the market. The role involves inspecting, testing, and evaluating products and processes to identify and rectify defects or deviations from established quality standards. Here are key responsibilities and tasks associated with the role of a Quality Control Inspector:

  1. Inspection and Testing:

    • Perform visual inspections, measurements, and tests on raw materials, components, and finished products.

    • Use various tools and equipment, such as calipers, gauges, and testing devices, to assess product conformity.

  2. Documentation:

    • Maintain detailed records of inspection results, including specifications, defects, and corrective actions taken.

    • Create inspection reports and documentation to communicate findings to relevant stakeholders.

  3. Sampling:

    • Implement sampling procedures to ensure that representative samples are tested and inspected for quality.

    • Follow established sampling plans and statistical methods to assess product quality.

  4. Quality Assurance:

    • Collaborate with production teams and quality assurance professionals to identify and address quality issues in real-time.

    • Implement and enforce quality control procedures and guidelines.

  5. Root Cause Analysis:

    • Investigate and analyze the root causes of defects or quality issues.

    • Collaborate with relevant departments to implement corrective and preventive actions.

  6. Compliance:

    • Ensure that products and processes comply with industry standards, regulations, and customer specifications.

    • Stay informed about changes in quality standards and regulations relevant to the industry.

  7. Training:

    • Train production and manufacturing personnel on quality control procedures and best practices.

    • Provide guidance on quality standards and the importance of adherence.

  8. Communication:

    • Communicate quality concerns and issues to supervisors, managers, and relevant teams.

    • Work with cross-functional teams to address quality-related challenges.

  9. Continuous Improvement:

    • Identify opportunities for process improvement and efficiency in the production and quality control processes.

    • Participate in continuous improvement initiatives to enhance overall product quality.

  10. Feedback Loop:

    • Establish a feedback loop with production teams to ensure that quality issues are addressed promptly.

    • Collaborate with suppliers to improve the quality of incoming materials and components.

  11. Safety:

    • Ensure that products meet safety standards and guidelines.

    • Report any safety concerns or non-compliance issues to appropriate personnel.

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