estimating, negotiating and agreeing budgets and timescales with clients and managers
ensuring that health and safety regulations are met
determining quality control standards
overseeing production processes
re-negotiating timescales or schedules as necessary
selecting, ordering and purchasing materials
organising the repair and routine maintenance of production equipment
liaising with buyers and marketing and sales staff
supervising the work of junior staff
organising relevant training sessions
5+ years experience
Quality Control Officer
Quality control managers are in charge of making sure their employer's products meet acceptable quality standards.
In their day-to-day tasks, these managers perform aspects of several jobs, including some of the work done by business administrators and human resource managers.
Quality control Officer make certain that production and manufacturing lines perform efficiently, coordinate employee efforts, and facilitate communications between management and production departments.
They also devise ways of improving the manufacturing process to ensure higher-quality goods.