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Based on 3,863 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 2015
"Choose your master's wisely."
Director of Operations:
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March 2015
"Day to day operations responsible."
Director of Operations:
Pros: Challenging to meet all levels of QSC, profit plan, and build all levels of people to achieve.
Cons: Long hours, high level of stress on type of business. Threats of minimum wage, unions, health insurance....all stretch gross profit margins.
April 2015
"Peer relationship."
Director of Operations:
It is critical to have a great relationships with your peers in HR, CTO, and Financial positions to be successful.
May 2015
"More business experience."
Director of Operations:
Be as organized and open minded as possible.
May 2015
"Amazing."
Director of Operations:
Pros: Being in control, creative mindset with work ethic paves the way for success.
Cons: The hours and the pay. $2/hr sucks.
June 2015
"Non-Stop."
Director of Operations:
Plan on having email on your phone. You will need to know everything that goes on and how to respond when it does not go as planned. You may not want to move into this position if you have small children as you will be busy on nights and weekends. Excel by mastering communication skills and developing checklists which will allow you to manage the staff you are responsible for on a non-emotional level. Yes or no? Done or not?
July 2015
"Hospitality Management - Diverse and Exciting."
Director of Operations:
Being a Director of Operations in the hospitality industry means that everyday will bring a different set of tasks and challenges. This will be both a benefit, in that the job is challenging and exciting on an on-going basis, and a drawback, as it is difficult to plan and predict what each day will bring. This type of environment will be stressful at times, and will require a calm and collected approach, someone who can look a the big picture and encourage creative thinking from their team. You will have the opportunity to mentor and work with a diverse team over a variety of disciplines, and this is very rewarding.