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Job Description Head of Quality Assurance
The Head of Quality Assurance ensures that quality standards in a company or organization are continuously improved by optimizing processes. The Head of Quality Assurance typically assumes personnel responsibility and also acts at the interface between different departments. He usually reports directly to the board of directors.
Typical tasks of the Head of Quality Assurance
The Head of Quality Assurance establishes and optimizes the company-specific quality management system. He carries out analyzes independently and identifies process and system deficits. He controls and ensures that procedures are correctly followed, he analyzes quality data and formulates quality goals. He carries out system and process checks.
The Head of Quality Assurance works closely with other specialist departments and is responsible for representing customers and partners. He reports to the board of directors or to the management.
Within a company, he is the competent contact person for all quality issues.
As manager, he assumes management tasks and personnel responsibility. He recruits and guides new team members, supervises his employees, advises, delegates and coordinates. He regularly informs himself about further training measures for himself and for his employees and keeps an eye on their promotion goals.
He passes on the expectations and important information from the employer to the team. He evaluates performance and implements strategies and processes.
A completed technical degree and experience in the field of quality management are prerequisites for the position of Head of Quality Assurance. He has knowledge of process management and project management. His handling of MS Office programs is secure and he has very good knowledge of English. He works conceptually, structured and independently and has strong analytical thinking. He is communicative and a team player, willing to travel and flexible and has management experience.
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Department of Human Services
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Foster Grandparent Program
Program in Utah county gives young people with special needs support and companionship through the volunteer efforts of seniors in the community.
Hawthorn Elementary Volunteers
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Humane Society of Utah – Volunteers
Provide community outreach as a pet-adoption counselor or educator. Check out the orientation schedule and attend a meeting open to anyone over the age of 13.
Natural History of Genes Volunteers
High school students can volunteer to do science experiments and activities at the University of Utah by calling the provided number.
NetDay National Organization
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Nurture Our Environment
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Public Lands Management Volunteers
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Utah Adult Education and Literacy
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Utah Commission on Volunteers
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Utah Commission on Volunteers
Commission works with AmeriCorps to match volunteers with suitable opportunities in their community. A map of volunteer centers is shown.
Utah Courts’ Guardian Volunteers
Learn how to become a CASA volunteer to help represent children that are having guardianship trials brought to court.
Utah Disaster Center
Center discusses the importance of being prepared for disasters and runs through a variety of positions that need to be filled by volunteers.
Utah Elks Association
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Utah Friends of Tibet
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Utah Museum of Fine Arts
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