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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?

September 2015
"Be passionate about what you do."
Director of Operations:
September 2015
"Extremely high Stress levels with a lot of freedom to work."
Director of Operations:
Pros: Building something from nothing.
Cons: No structure & no appreciation.
October 2015
"Director of operations."
Director of Operations:
Pros: Developing leaders.
Cons: Hiring personnel.
October 2015
"Work hard, play hard."
Director of Operations:
Ownership utilizes the DoO to run the company - a lot on one set of shoulders with Ownership still active (highly) in day to day operations. Company strives for and thrives upon efficiency and simplication - everything is broken down to a job/task level and implementation is time measured and turned into a metric.
October 2015
"Must have great communication skills, multi-task, high stres."
Director of Operations:
Develop key relationships with direct reports, trust who you can delegate work to and then delegate. Prioritize daily what needs your attention that day. Confront situations head on to prevent things from getting out of hand. Be pro-active so change is easier on your team.
November 2015
"Human resources."
Director of Operations:
Stress level is high because of the involvement in HR issues almost daily while we do not have a dedicated employee in this position being a small family owned start up.
November 2015
"Good company culture."
Director of Operations:
Pros: General management role, cover large business area.
Cons: Stress.