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Carbon/Oil Charger Operator

Aliases: Carbon Charger Operator, Oil Charger Operator

Industry/Sector(s): Rubber Industry


JOB DESCRIPTION 1

The tasks a Carbon/Oil Charger Operator is expected to perform include:

  • Checking availability of processed oils/carbon black and silica
  • Filling/topping up processed oil and carbon black in the tanks/bins/hoppers as per specifications
  • Starting the process of heating using the steam supply system provided
  • Loading super sacks in their designated locations
  • Logging the details such as the material code, batch/lot number, supplier, date of release, number material withdrawn from raw material stores, etc. by date and shift
  • Carrying out housekeeping, reporting, documentation and quality checks​
WORK ENVIRONMENT 1, 2
  • ​It requires physical activity
  • Need not handle a team
  • Local travelling may be a part of this job role
  • Part-time work and contractual jobs may be available
  • Work from home option is not available
Working hours

  • Organizations usually work for 5/6 days a week for 8/9 hours everyday. This may vary from organization to organization
  • Shift system may be available
  • Overtime may be required
Is the job suitable for a candidate with special needs?

​​This may vary from organization to organization​​

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS AND TRAINING 1
  • Preferably, ​10th/ITI graduate 
  • Certified training for Carbon/Oil Charger Operator (programme aligned to RSC/Q0107 released by Rubber Skill Development Council)
KEY COMPETENCIES 1
  • Knowledge of the different grades of oil used and their heating temperatures
  • Knowledge of the different grades of carbon black/silica required for mixing compound
  • Knowledge of supply chains from bin/hopper and tank to mixers
  • Well-versed with repair methods for pipes, tank and bin/hopper
  • Knowledge of carbon black ASTM/colour code of carbon
  • Knowledge of safety requirements during carbon/oil charging operation
DESIRABLE COMPETENCIES 1
  • Training in working of supply channels of tanks and bins
  • Training in repair and maintenance of pipes, tanks, bin and hopper
  • Physically fit 
  • Attention to detail
  • Safety-oriented​
AVAILABLE SKILL TRAINING AND LEARNING INSTITUTES 
  • ​Schools across India
  • ITIs across India
AVAILABLE SKILL TRAINING SCHEMES/SCHOLARSHIPS 

For scholarship and schemes, use further links like:

  • https://scholarships.gov.in/​
SAMPLE OF TRAINING AND LEARNING COURSES 
  • https://targetstudy.com/courses/diploma-in-rubber-technology.html
  • http://www.iri.net.in/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=56&Itemid=68​​
CAREER PROGRESSION PATH 6
Supervisor
   ↑
Carbon/Oil Charger Operator 
   ↑
Helper
The progression is indicative
EXPECTED EARNINGS 3
  • For candidates with experience - Rs 16,500 to Rs 21,000 per month
These figures are indicative and subject to change​​
REQUIRED WORK EXPERIENCE 1

Generally, experience of working as a semi-skilled helper for 3-6 months in the same role is required

PROBABLE EMPLOYERS 4, 5

Rubber tyre manufacturing companies

KEYWORDS 
  • Carbon Charger Operator
  • Oil Charger Operator
OCCUPATIONAL CODES AND STANDARDS 
Standard Code Description
NCO 2015 8141.0821 Carbon/Oil Charger Operator
ISCO 2008 8141 Rubber Products Machine Operators 
NIC 2008 22199; 20132 Manufacture of other rubber products n.e.c.; Manufacture of synthetic rubber in primary forms
QP Reference RSC/Q0107 Carbon/Oil Charger Operator
NSQF Level 4 Not available
REFERENCES 
1http://www.nsdcindia.org/sites/default/files/files/Carbon-Oil-Charger-Operator.pdf​
2http://www.ccdisabilities.nic.in/page.php?s=reg&t=def&p=list_jobsNew
3​http://www.paycheck.in/main/salary/salary-checker-1?job-id=8141010000000#/
4http://www.indianmirror.com/indian-industries/rubber.html​
​5​http://www.shine.com/jobs/production-operator/ciel-hr-services-pvt-ltd/5867169/​
​6​http://dget.nic.in/upload/uploadfiles/files/publication/Des-Div-8.pdf​
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