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Based on 346 responses, the job of Quality Control Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.05 out of 5. On average, Quality Control Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Quality Control Manager?

February 2019
Quality Control Manager in Brighton:
Pros: It’s close to home
Cons: Nothing
May 2021
There are pro's and cons.
Quality Control Manager in Clearwater:
Pros: Not a lot of micromanaging
Cons: At the end of the day I feel like I work underneath the sales area. No opportunity to work from home.
August 2015
Quality Control Manager:
Pros: Managing tasks and people. Solving problems.
Cons: My manager calls too much.
October 2015
Hind sight is twenty-twenty, as to checking parts.
Quality Control Manager:
You can never be one-hundred percent sure a part is okay to run, and you must always learn from your mistakes because you will make plenty of them. Always document the problems you've had with certain parts, when they problem is not easily seen.
December 2015
Looking Up, Moving Forward.
Quality Control Manager:
Pros: Being a QC Manager allows me the opportunity to strectch myself. I have learn much about managing projects and people. Coming from a heavy construction background, implementing what I've learned in school is a joy. Adding to my experience in the construction field is a definite advantage.
Cons: What I like least about my job is, the contract that I signed is not necessarily honored by upper management. That make you feel somewhat unappreciated, eventhough you are holding up your end of the bargain.
February 2016
New company overview.
Quality Control Manager:
Pros: Construction is a fun and fast paced environment. Creating the processes for continued growth is challenging.
Cons: Changes arising from a new ownership have made roles and positions less clear. Reduction in pay and lack of support in efforts to advance have created a stressful environment.
March 2016
Public Speaking.
Quality Control Manager:
Ask lots of questions and take public speaking classes.