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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?

January 2016
"Day to Day Operations."
Director of Operations:
Be prepared to think on your feet and at a moments notice. Multi-tasking is vital. Obtain knowledge of your staff and their personalities. Manage your budget closely.
January 2016
"The Daily Grind."
Director of Operations:
Pros: Love working with my staff and growing together. Making people's lives and areas they spend with there families more comfortable and full of light. Lighting up the neighborhoods one house at a time. See results in a short period of time.
Cons: Managing the company's cash flow and budget. High stress I bring home with me. Dealing with employees that have personal problems.
January 2016
"Delegate job responsibilities."
Director of Operations:
Assign task and delegate work to empolyees.
February 2016
Director of Operations:
Starting from day one, you should be working on building up your collateral with your peers - you can't get anything done without collaboration and others contributing to your cause, while you contribute to theirs.
February 2016
"Rigor & Rythmn."
Director of Operations:
Manage People & Process.
February 2016
"More training."
Director of Operations:
Demand hire wage.
February 2016
"Organize and prioritize the key areas of responsibilies."
Director of Operations:
Study and organize your KRAs, ensure that your daily activities revolve around the high-value activities of each of the broad KRAs assigned to you.