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Quality Control is a vital part of the manufacture and creation of any new product or service. If you’re a perfectionist with an eye for detail and a desire for excellence, a career in Quality Control would be ideal for you.

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QA/RA Associate

Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire 
  £25,000 - £32,000  
 Permanent

QC Section Head – Tech Transf...

Swindon, Gloucestershire 
  £30,000 - £45,000  
 Permanent

QA/QC Regulatory and Compliance Exe...

London, Greater London 
  £26,000 - £26,000  
 Permanent

Quality Coordinator

Dublin, City of Dublin 
  £61,500 - £70,300  
 Permanent

QC Head of Section

Swindon, Wiltshire 
  £35,000 - £40,000  
 Permanent

QA officer

Swindon, Wiltshire 
  £32,000 - £36,000  
 Permanent

Quality Administrator

Leicester, Leicestershire 
  £18,000 - £22,000  
 Permanent

Quality Assurance Officer

St Albans, Hertfordshire 
  £23,000 - £25,000  
 Permanent

QC Laboratory Supervisor

St Albans, Hertfordshire 
  £33,000 - £35,000  
 Permanent

Quality Assurance Officer

Swindon, Wiltshire 
  £28,000 - £31,000  
 Permanent

Senior QMS Specialist

Bristol, Bristol 
  £24,000 - £30,000  
 Permanent

Clinical Trial Associate / QA Coord...

Bathgate, West Lothian 
  £20,000 - £30,000  
 Contract

Quality Assurance Officer

North Yorkshire, North Yorkshire 
  £25,000 - £35,000  
 Permanent

Quality Assurance Officer

St Albans, Hertfordshire 
  £22,000 - £25,000  
 Permanent

Quality Control Manager

Hereford, Herefordshire 
  £35,000 - £40,000  
 Permanent

What’s Involved?

Often confused with Quality Assurance, Quality Control comes later in the lifecycle of a product or service and involves rigorous testing to detect any flaws or errors before release. An average day might include the testing and inspection of both materials and finished products, the monitoring of operations, use of specialist equipment, writing up inspection reports, and briefing relevant team members on report findings. In some industries, Quality Control professionals will also be expected to troubleshoot any issues detected and come up with fixes.

Excellent problem-solving skills are therefore a must, as well as the ability to be highly organised, to meticulously document findings, to write reports to a high standard, and to demonstrate the communication skills necessary to report findings back to your team.

Entry Requirements

Depending on your chosen sector, Quality Control professionals can either learn on the job or be required to have the relevant scientific or engineering background necessary for more complex products or testing methods. Quality control assistant roles are a great way to get into the industry, while those with a higher level of education can begin as a Quality Control Inspector or pursue Quality Control careers in medical or pharmaceutical laboratories. Salaries and working conditions are usually dependent on level of education but senior Quality Control experts or those with specialist skills can expect highly competitive salaries, while entry level roles provide excellent opportunities for career progression.

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