Profession soap tower operator

Soap tower operators control, monitor and maintain tower operations, using the control panel, in order to produce soap powders. They inspect operating units to ensure the parameters of flow of oil, air, perfume or steam are according to specifications.

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Personality Type


  • Operate liquid soap pumps

    Operate soap pumps adjusting the correct flow of oil, perfume, air or steam that goes into the collectors or to the towers.

  • Optimise production processes parameters

    Optimise and maintain the parameters of the production process such as flow, temperature or pressure.

  • Prepare chemical samples

    Prepare the specific samples such as gas, liquid or solid samples in order for them to be ready for analysis, labeling and storing samples according to specifications.

  • Write batch record documentation

    Write reports on the manufactured batches history taking into account the raw data, tests performed and compliance to GMP of each batch of product.

  • Monitor environmental parameters

    Check the impact of manufacturing machinery on the environment, analysing temperature levels, water quality and air pollution.

  • Test chemical samples

    Perform the testing procedures on the already prepared chemical samples, by using the necessary equipment and materials. Chemical sample testing involves operations such as pipetting or diluting schemes.

  • Test moisture content

    Test the moisture content using a moisture testing apparatus.

  • Tend heated-air tower

    Tend the heated-air tower by operating the control panel in order to produce soap powders from liquid soap.

Optional knowledge and skills

oversee equipment cleaning basic chemicals maintain soap production equipment change soap filter pack soap inspect soap production operating units transfer viscous soap give instructions to staff inspect batches manage waste inspect quality of products

Source: Sisyphus ODB