For Career Seekers
This is the Agility for monitoring compliance with rules and standards for quality, safety, and effectiveness.
Agilities are combinations of your work skills and interests. Use them to work more effectively in your career.
Individuals with an aptitude for inspecting focus on getting the job done right. They can absorb and interpret significant amounts of knowledge on standards and regulations for the proper execution of work. People with this talent have a knack for suggesting adjustments in activities, processes, and outputs to maintain consistency with rules and regulations.
PEOPLE WHO INSPECT USE THESE SKILLS:
"I was in charge of making sure each unit met the minimum standard."
"My job was to make sure each unit looked and felt the same."
"My job was the make sure the units performed as advertised."
"I was in charge of making sure only the best units were used."
TIP: Use these words in career conversations, resumés, and cover letters.
WATCH INSPECTING IN ACTION
Many industries have careers that feature “Inspecting” as one of the top 3 Agilities.
Choose from the list below to watch a video showing how:
Agriculture and Natural Resources
Fish and Game Wardens
Architecture and Construction
Construction and Building Inspectors
Arts and Communication
Reporters & Correspondents
Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks
Finance and Insurance
Bill and Account Collectors
Government and Public Administration
Tax Examiners and Collectors
Medical Records and Health Information Technicians
Hospitality and Tourism
Reservation and Transportation Ticket Agents and Travel Clerks
Child, Family, & School Social Workers
Law, Public Safety, and Corrections
Civil Engineering Technologists & Technicians
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