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Based on 4,105 responses, the job of Director of Operations has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.13 out of 5. On average, Director of Operationss are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Director of Operations?

February 2014
"Working At The Top."
Director of Operations:
Pros: Rewarding and satisfying and great to work with leading consultants in the construction field world wide.
Cons: Clients that are never happy. Clients that don't pay and clients that move the goalposts in respect of your employment.
March 2014
"Spa Business."
Director of Operations:
Be honest, straightforward, and always maintain great relationships with colleagues. Not always easy, but must have the passion and drive to succeed. Must have a strong business background as well.
May 2014
"Focus On The Business Requirements."
Director of Operations:
One of the things I learned early in my career is that no matter how great a program/website is technically if it doesn't meet the real business need it is useless. Know the business problem or goal you are addressing or prepare for a rewrite.
May 2014
"Support all things at the church."
Director of Operations:
Pros: Working with people, managing teams, developing capabilities.
Cons: Making phone calls, shopping on-line, data entry.
May 2014
"Read And Study How To Win Friends And Influence People."
Director of Operations:
In this job you are dealing with customers at a very volatile place in their lives. You have to train your staff to learn to deal with high stress situations without taking that stress on themselves. If you can keep a calm even manner, than it can be transferred to all you are dealing with.
May 2014
"If It's "Just A Job" Get Another."
Director of Operations:
Being an agent for change is difficult when the entrenched forces are satisfied with the status quo. Understand your role and your leverage. The rest will take care of itself.
June 2014
"Rewarding."
Director of Operations:
Pros: Interactions with staff, children and families. Being a support for others.
Cons: Having to do collections for financial aspects with families.