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Who Is the Project Quality Manager?

The Project Quality Manager is a role that was created specifically to handle the Quality Management part of Project Management. The role was devised to alleviate some of the workload off the Project Manager. The role reports to the Project Manager directly. Current job prospects for Project Quality Managers are not high, with salaries ranging between $60,000 to $80,0000 per year. Employees with a solid technical background and a moderate level of management skills have the potential of becoming good Project Quality Managers.


What Is the Difference Between Quality Assurance and Quality Control?

Quality Assurance is a prevention-driven process, while quality control is an inspection-driven process. The former is making sure that the work to be done will meet the QC (Quality Criteria), the latter is making sure that the work already done has met the QC.