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Quality Supervisor Jobs in California

In California, Quality Supervisor Jobs offer an unparalleled blend of competitive compensation and a dynamic work environment, set against the backdrop of the state's diverse cultural and economic landscape. At IES Communications in California, we elevate this role by embedding it within our mission to lead the telecommunications industry forward. As a Quality Supervisor with us, you're not just taking on a job; you're joining a team committed to excellence, innovation, and community impact. With opportunities for personal and professional growth in a culture that values diversity and talent, securing a Quality Supervisor position at IES is more than a career move—it's a step toward building the life and future you desire.

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

Securing a job as a Quality Supervisor in California is an exceptional opportunity, combining the allure of competitive compensation with the vibrancy of a diverse cultural backdrop. Given the state's higher cost of living, particularly in bustling hubs like San Francisco and Los Angeles, positions in this role often come with salaries that reflect the need for a comfortable lifestyle amidst the economic landscape. Moreover, California's leadership in key industries such as technology, entertainment, and agriculture not only promises a wealth of career prospects but also places you at the heart of innovation and progress. This unique blend of financial reward and enriching professional environment makes pursuing a Quality Supervisor position in California a genuinely attractive proposition.

Why Work for IES communications in California?

At IES Communications in California, we're not just offering a job; we're inviting you to be part of our vision to lead the telecommunications industry into the future. As a Quality Supervisor with us, you'll find yourself surrounded by a dedicated team that values collaboration and learning, ensuring your personal and professional growth is always a priority. We pride ourselves on fostering an environment where diversity and talent thrive, allowing you to contribute meaningfully while building the life you want. Joining our team means embarking on a journey where your efforts directly impact our communities and drive innovation, making every day a chance to advance both our company's success and your own career.

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 Supervisor at one of IES Communications' California Branches?

At our California branches, the Quality Supervisor plays a pivotal role in enhancing our operational excellence. They collaborate with the Quality Manager to refine and implement quality standards across all units, ensuring products meet both customer expectations and manufacturer specifications while fostering a culture of continuous improvement and team mentorship.


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

The average salary for a Quality Supervisor in California is approximately $78,000 per year. This figure can vary based on experience, industry, and specific location within the state.

How do I become a Quality Supervisor in California?

To become a Quality Supervisor in California, start by obtaining a bachelor's degree in business administration, quality assurance, or a related field. Gain relevant work experience in quality control or management to build practical skills and knowledge. Lastly, consider earning professional certifications in quality management or continuous improvement methodologies, as these can enhance your qualifications and appeal to employers.

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

Becoming a Quality Supervisor in California typically requires around 5-7 years of experience. This includes time spent gaining relevant industry experience, often starting in entry-level positions, and potentially pursuing additional education or certifications related to quality management or the specific sector you're interested in. Progression can vary based on individual performance, opportunities for advancement within a company, and continuing professional development.

Is being a Quality Supervisor in California a good job?

Yes, being a Quality Supervisor in California is considered a good job. It offers competitive salaries, opportunities for career advancement, and the chance to work in diverse industries. The state's stringent quality standards and innovative business climate also provide a unique environment for professional growth and learning.

How much does a Quality Supervisor in CA make?

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

Is there a demand for Quality Supervisors in California?

Yes, there is a significant demand for Quality Supervisors in California. This is due to the state's large and diverse manufacturing sector, which includes industries such as technology, aerospace, agriculture, and biotechnology. These sectors require stringent quality control measures, driving the need for skilled Quality Supervisors to oversee production processes and ensure that products meet specific standards and regulations.

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