A quality administrator is in charge of managing organization quality processes and programs. You are in charge of all of the company's quality effort. Your responsibility as a quality administrator includes developing processes to collect data needed to define the metrics for tracking and measuring quality results. You may also contribute to the training of the various development teams of an organization to ensure continuous compliance to quality standards and improve processes.
A bachelor's degree is the minimum requirement for this role. You also need to have a good knowledge of quality control methodologies like Lean, Kaizen, and Sigma. As the head of a quality controls department, the quality administrator must be able to lead a team and work in tandem with other product development staff of an organization. The average salary of a quality administrator is $89,000 per year.