Quality Assurance Officer

  • Full Time
  • Nottingham
  • Salary Guide: £20,000 - £40,000

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College Of Estate Management

The team is responsible for supporting the oversight of the quality and standards of UCEM awards and the student experience. It does this via co-ordin... Role: Assurance Officer, Category: Education, Size: 51-100

Quality Assurance Officer: College Of Estate Management

The team is responsible for supporting the oversight of the quality and standards of UCEM awards and the student experience. It does this via co-ordinating the development of a framework of documentation detailing the policies, procedures and regulations involved and through internal quality audit. The team is responsible for managing relationships with the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education, Professional, Statutory and Regulatory Bodies, External Examiners and working with other teams to respond to student complaints and appeals. The team is also responsible for the arrangements for the approval, amendment, monitoring, review and enhancement of UCEM programmes.

Position: Quality Assurance Officer
Location: Nottingham
Hours: Full Time
Salary Guide: £20,000 – £40,000
Last Updated: 03 August 2022
Job Category: Education

Quality Assurance Role:

Preventing errors in manufacturing or production that lead to product defects. Testing products extensively before their release.

Other Duties:

  • Working together with a Quality Assurance (QA) team to assess product problems and brainstorm solutions
  • Checking that raw materials or components involved in the production process are of suitable quality
  • Inspecting production machinery and employees to make sure the production process runs smoothly
  • Writing production plans that minimise risk of mistakes during production
  • Estimating time involved in assuring each products quality
  • Meeting project deadlines
  • Writing and reviewing testing plans
  • Performing stress tests that expose the product to increased temperature, vibration, and humidity
  • Investigating causes of defects that occur during the testing phase
  • Assessing whether employees need training to prevent mistakes during production
  • Creating test plan automation procedures
  • Suggesting improvements to company infrastructure and processes to prevent future mistakes during production
  • Communicating with Quality Control about existing defects and how to prevent them in future products
  • Communicating with other departments such as project management and engineering to coordinate scheduling for QA testing
  • Reporting discovered defects to all relevant departments for correction
  • Applying technical skills related to the product being tested (knowledge of programming languages to software QA, knowledge of machinery for hardware, etc.)
  • Conforming to regulations and international standards when it comes to testing and quality assurance



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