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Quality Control (QC) Technician Reviews

What is it like working as a Quality Control (QC) Technician?

March 2019
Stressful. Busy. Underpaid for the amount of responsibility.
Quality Control (QC) Technician in Mifflinburg:
Pros: Not micromanaged
Cons: Pay
July 2021
Well my manager do not appreciate or does she recognize hard work. I've been wearing the coca-cola logo for 16 years. But my manager treat her employees terrible. She once said that I wasn't worth what I was getting paid. She is a joke.
Quality Control (QC) Technician in West Memphis:
Pros: The people that work there. They are some everyday people. I love talking and laughing with them some of the best co-workers in the world.
Cons: The managers communication skills suck. Everyone is not treated fairly. Depends on who you which decides your pay.
April 2015
Run quality control tests on various aggregates we manufactu.
Quality Control (QC) Technician:
Pros: Working in a laboratory seeing and hours.
Cons: Pay scale, stress level.
May 2015
I had fun.
Quality Control (QC) Technician:
Pros: Conducting laboratory test.
February 2016
QC Is Great.
Quality Control (QC) Technician:
Pros: I enjoy the variety of tasks, responsibilities, and functions/duties I perform.
Cons: Other people's inactions/actions directly impact my job, usually without warning. I am always scrambling to inspect a part that got expedited, locate certificates on materials at the last minute.
July 2015
Quality Control (QC) Technician:
Pros: Working with the various air testing and monitoring equipment.
Cons: Office politics. Office favoritism. Lower than industry pay.
January 2016
Understand GD & T.
Quality Control (QC) Technician:
Take a GD&T class. Understand that almost every blueprint you look at will use GD&T incorrectly. You will not get the impact of this until you understand the legal callouts as they are supposed to be used. Once you take the class, it will help you decipher what is put on the print vs what the customer really wants. It made a huge difference for me. Good luck!!

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