QA Managers give their job an average rating of 3.7 out of 5.0. The QA Managers happiest with their jobs are employed by U.S. Department of Defense with an average rating of 5.0 while the QA Managers least happy with their jobs work for Hoosier Tool & Die with an average rating of 1.4.Submit a Review
"The exchange of information and the learning that invariably occurs when you commit to the task and have a team with the same level of commitment. Having mgmt that allows you to take control and backs you at every turn. Successful implementations with zero down time is the greatest reward."
"I support projects by analyzing data requirements and developing data designs. I also provide guidance on strategic data initiatives. Currently am playing role of Sr QA Manager - Data and Analytics, where I am involved in strategic planning for the Enterprise Information Management practice and provide business solutions and substantiating the collaboration by driving strategic planning and implementing business solutions against specific program deliverables. Nothing I hate, as I love my job."
"What I like about being a Quality Assurance Manager is, that this job is fulfilling. It will give you enough recognition to progress in the Marine Corps as well as awards."
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