A Control Supervisor is expected to have skills in analysis, communication and be detail-oriented. You will need to know how to judge product quality, safety procedures, and food safety knowledge. You will be required to manage teams of quality assurance specialists to provide software configuration. You'll also devise priorities and standards, manage schedules, develop timelines for production, coordinate with quality control and production personnel and assess employee performance.
You will need to discuss new systems and procedures with the staff. As a Quality Control Supervisor, you will need to perform administration tasks such as producing progress reports, responding to calls, and passing out and designing quality control notices. You will also need to know SQL and use SQL queries for back and testing using API and XML, creating PowerPoint presentations for training, and organizing proposal solicitation.
It would be helpful to have customer service, communication, organization, and analysis skills as a successful Control Supervisor. To become a Control Supervisor, you will need a bachelor's degree in business, chemistry, or biology.
It is possible to be a Control Supervisor with a high school diploma or an associate degree. However, you will need customer service experience, the products in your company, experience as a quality control technician or supervisor. You can make an average hourly salary of 212.68 an hour or $45,089 per year. The career is expected to grow an average of 10% over the next ten years.