Operations Manager Reviews

Q: What is it like working as an Operations Manager?

Operations Manager in New Caney:
"A constanly eveloving industy."
Pros: Underlying industry. The new challenges that arise daily. The staff I work with. Flexibility.
Cons: Pay.

Operations Manager in Spokane:
Don't settle for to little of pay.

Operations Manager in Coos Bay:
"The issues with small business owners."
Be flexible and look for new opportunities as they become available.

Operations Manager in Marietta:
Be honest. Be ethical. Do what is right.

Operations Manager in Orange Beach:
"Manage Career Services, Student Engagement & Alumni Relation."
Pros: I like participating and working at the live events across the U.S. That we have for our students and grads. It is awesome to see them meeting one another face to face and forming true friendships. Studying online can be a real challenge and can at times feel isolating. Bringing our students and grads together is highly rewarding. They very much appreciate it.
Cons: Managing bad employees with bad attitudes, lack of work ethic and no professionalism.

Operations Manager in Bend:
"Work Flexibility."
Pros: I set my own schedule, hours and days. Have a lot of say in how things are run around the office with minimal supervision.
Cons: My boss is NEVER here and currently been traveling for the last 2 months and checks in and works remotely when needed. On call at night and over the weekends for emergencies.

Operations Manager in Cambridge:
"Executives."
Be prepared for unusual requests and ideas from executives that you may feel don't make sense for the company.