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Quality Manager Jobs in California

At IES, Quality Manager jobs in California are pivotal roles where you'll leverage your expertise to ensure excellence and drive innovation within the telecommunications industry. By joining our team, you're not just taking a job; you're becoming part of a community committed to shaping the future of technology and making a significant impact in enhancing customer satisfaction and product quality.

Why a Job as a Quality Manager in California is a great idea.

Landing a job as a Quality Manager in California offers the unique opportunity to immerse oneself in a vibrant hub of innovation and diverse industries, fostering unparalleled career growth. It's an exciting journey where you can make a tangible impact on product excellence and customer satisfaction, truly shaping the future landscape of quality management.

Why Work for IES communications in California?

Choosing to work for IES Communications in California, especially as a Quality Manager, means being part of a forward-thinking team that values your growth and contribution. Our foundation is built on decades of expertise, and we're committed to leading the way in telecommunications by investing in our people and the latest technologies. At IES, you'll have the unique opportunity to influence the industry's future while working alongside dedicated professionals. We provide an environment where your skills in ensuring quality and excellence are not just appreciated but are pivotal to our mission of delivering superior, next-generation ITS solutions. Joining us means embarking on a career path filled with development opportunities, all while making a tangible difference in the communities we serve and shaping the future of telecommunications. Together, let's build something exceptional.

Company Benefits

Competitive Wages

Medical, Dental, & Vision Coverage

401(k) Plan

Short Term Disability

Compensated Industry Certifications

Optional long-term disability

Paid Time Off (PTO)

Illness, accident, legal, pet coverage.

Company paid life insurnace

Paid training & defined career path

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What will you do as a Quality Manager at one of IES Communications' California Branches?

At IES in California, our Quality Managers are the backbone of ensuring excellence across all business units. They work hand-in-hand with the Director of Quality and Development to define and uphold our quality standards. By training teams and operations staff on crucial procedures, reviewing performance reports for customer satisfaction, and advocating for continuous improvement, they play a pivotal role. These managers are dedicated to reducing waste, enhancing efficiency, and fostering an environment where both the team and individual growth are prioritized. Through their leadership, we maintain our commitment to meeting manufacturers' specifications and exceeding customer expectations, making them invaluable members of our team.

Experience

40 Years

Employees

9000+

Revenue

$2B+

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FAQs

What is the average salary of a Quality Manager in California?

The average salary for a Quality Manager in California is approximately $108,000 per year. This figure can vary based on factors such as experience, industry, and company size.

How do I become a Quality Manager in California?

To become a Quality Manager in California, start by earning a bachelor's degree in business administration, quality management, or a related field. Gain experience in quality assurance roles to understand the industry standards and practices thoroughly. Finally, consider obtaining certifications such as Certified Quality Manager (CQM) or Six Sigma Black Belt, which can significantly enhance your qualifications and appeal to employers.

How long does it take to become a Quality Manager in CA?

Becoming a Quality Manager in California typically requires around 5-10 years of experience. This includes time spent gaining relevant industry experience, often starting in entry-level quality assurance roles, and advancing through positions that offer increasing responsibility. Additionally, obtaining a bachelor's degree in business administration, engineering, or a related field is usually necessary. Pursuing certifications such as the Certified Manager of Quality/Organizational Excellence can also expedite career advancement in this field.

Is being a Quality Manager in California a good job?

Absolutely, being a Quality Manager in California can be a highly rewarding career choice. It offers the opportunity to work across diverse industries, ensuring products and services meet both customer expectations and regulatory standards. The role not only comes with competitive salaries but also puts you at the forefront of quality improvement initiatives, making it both challenging and fulfilling. Moreover, California's vast economy means ample opportunities for growth and advancement in this field.

How much does a Quality Manager in CA make?

A Quality Manager in CA typically makes between per hour, and per year depending on their experience and qualifications.

Is there a demand for Quality Managers in California?

Yes, there is a significant demand for Quality Managers in California. This demand is fueled by the state's thriving industries such as technology, manufacturing, and healthcare, which prioritize quality assurance to maintain high standards and competitiveness.

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