A quality assurance supervisor uses his/her knowledge of quality assurance standards and procedures to coordinate production activities and ensure that establishment and regulatory standards are met. You have to prioritize the efficiency of your products and services by implementing policies that emphasize quality. You will be required to supervise the workforce and evaluate their performance regularly. It is also a key part of your responsibility to train staff and assist in getting International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certification. Your goal is to ensure that your product and workforce do not just meet up to national standards but international standards as well.
The average quality assurance supervisor makes an average of $69,980 annually. Most of them have Bachelor's degrees in business, biology, or management. Employers are always looking for experienced, knowledge of quality assurance standards, excellent customer service skills, and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). You would usually find jobs in manufacturing companies or real estate firms.