What is a QA Manager?
A QA Manager, also known as a Quality Officer, is someone who is responsible for managing the quality of production processes and end products. A QA Manager ensures that all individual parts of the production process work optimally, so that the end product can be produced and meets the set requirements.
The difference between a QA Manager and a QC Manager
Quality management can be divided into two different classifications: quality assurance (QA) and quality control (QC). These are different tasks, but cannot be viewed separately. A QA Manager is responsible for managing and improving product processes. A QC Manager is responsible for measuring product characteristics in order to maintain/ improve quality. The tasks of a QA Manager, therefore, specifically revolve around process and product quality.
Tasks of a QA Manager
The tasks of a QA Manager are about process and product quality specifically. In general, the tasks of a QA Manager can be found below:
- Drafting and monitoring the quality policy
- Organising audits on product and process level
- Handling external and internal complaints
- Analysing product and process errors
- Creating and executing improvement projects
- Processing information in the quality management system
- Creating management quality reports
- Train QA and QC employees
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