The district operations manager oversees the normal day-to-day operation of the district with which they are tasked. They serve as a resource for the operations managers within their assigned district, and they are required to perform regular (usually weekly) check-ins and evaluations of performance. The district operations manager also creates budget guidelines for their subordinate operations managers and help to increase the financial efficiency with which each manager operates. The district manager should create and establish both short-term and long-term goals for all operational units and subordinate managers, as well as periodically evaluate the progress that has been made working toward those goals.
District Operations Manager Tasks
Track budgets and make adjustments to ensure profit goals are met.
Oversee compliance reporting, including OSHA and employee evaluations.
Manage all daily operations for the district, including direct support to managers and tracking metrics.
Interact with and oversee all external and community relations.