What does a QC Manager do?
QC managers have senior level responsibility for directing the quality control department, usually of a manufacturing or production operation. They perform or oversee testing and inspection processes and quality verification procedures. They recruit, hire, train, and supervise a team of QC specialists, analysts, and support staff. They develop, implement, and enforce department policies and protocol, and verify that staff are upholding mandatory quality standards. They may plan and produce training manuals, programs, or presentations. They also handle administrative duties such as budgeting and scheduling.
QC managers typically have a bachelor’s degree in a scientific or technical field. They should have a background in roles that involve maintaining quality control standards, ideally in positions that involve supervisory responsibilities. These roles require leadership capabilities, highly developed analytical skills, and meticulous attention to detail.
QC Manager Salaries
Average Base Pay
QC Manager Insights
“You learn to work with the minimum resources which is good I guess cause you don't make up excuses to get the job done.”
“Career growth and incentives.”
“Fairly straightforward promotion program (not great for development but clarifies how to advance)”
“Good work life balance is good”
“Benefits are okay but not great”
“Great work and life balance”
“Good Work and life balance”
“Best place to work and maintain a balanced life”
QC Manager Interviews
QC Manager jobs
Frequently asked questions about the role and responsibilities of a qc manager
When working as a qc manager, the most common skills you will need to perform your job and for career success are Test Automation, Linux Os, Gherkin, Frameworks and Agile Scrum.
- QA Tester
- QA Analyst
- QA Engineer
- QA Manager
The most common qualifications to become a qc manager is a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree and an average of 0 - 1 of experience not including years spent in education and/or training.