Inspect subassemblies or finished metal, plastic, and wooden toys.
What does a Toys Inspector do?
Inspects subassembly or finished metal, plastic, and wooden toys for conformance to specifications: Examines toys at end of assembly line for items, such as paint scratches or nicks, inclusion of accessories, operation of moving parts, and decal application. Removes defective toys from line or performs repairs, such as touching up paint, tightening screws, or bending fastening tabs. Cleans toys with damp sponge and transfers them to packing section. Weighs specified quantities to fill orders for toys. May test operation of toys, using testing equipment.