The average pay for a Quality Control Analyst with Auditing skills is $17.02 per hour.
The average pay for a Quality Control Analyst with Auditing skills is $65,496 per year.
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Job Description for Quality Control Analyst
Quality control analysts are responsible for analyzing and proposing effective solutions for quality-control issues in their organization. One of their main responsibilities include overseeing a production environment, including conducting quality-control testing, creating reports that specify issues that need to be fixed, and making recommendations for increasing quality output while reducing the use of company resources. They implement control techniques for more efficient production, perform audits, and conduct maintenance duties to improve quality,and generate cost savings.Read More...
Generally, quality control analysts work in a production plant setting or in an office environment, where they develop analysis materials. They must work well in a team setting with other departments and (potentially) other analysts, sharing and discussing crucial information to reach all company goals. One of the quality control analyst's main tools is a personal computer with office applications to create documents and spreadsheets containing their findings. They typically report their progress to the quality control supervisor or leader in their organization.
A high school diploma or equivalent is generally required for this position. In addition, previous experience in a quality control or analyst capacity is generally preferred. These professionals should work well under pressure and be able to multitask with minimal supervision. They should also possess advanced analytical, problem solving, and communication skills. Additionally, quality control analysts must have excellent writing skills that facilitate their duties when analyzing production processes. They also must have experience with popular scientific methods for quality analysis. (Copyright 2019 PayScale.com)
- Work with large datasets to identify, assess, and correct inaccuracies.
- File reports for failed materials and ensure accordance with procedural safety regulations.
- Document results and compare against control groups.
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