Companies and institutions need to maintain a specified degree of quality of manufactured goods and services. Legal and ethical responsibility, demonstrated through top-quality products and services, keeps customers happy.
This is where a quality assurance consultant comes into play. They are responsible for preventing defects in services and products during the development stage. They check to ensure all quality production requirements are met before a product or service is released for public use.
A quality assurance consultant advises their company on maintenance procedures and mandatory regulations and guidelines. They also test all plans and systems, coordinate with teams in detecting defects, and design test-automation systems for validation. Their job description may also include providing technical support to teams, performing vulnerability tests, and preventing the recurrence of operational issues.