Based on 9,382 responses, the job of Operations Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.86 out of 5. On average, Operations Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
Q: What is it like working as an Operations Manager?
"Delivering in a fast paced environment."
Operations Manager in Perth:
Pros: The culture we have developed drives a 'patient first' outcome
Cons: Dealing with the Department of Health politics
"Experienced and effective operations manager."
Operations Manager in Irmo:
Pros: Developing associates to be promoted and learn skills
Cons: It’s a corporation
"Top of the Class."
Operations Manager in Bristol:
Pros: A family orientated working environment, a can do approach, passion in everything we do, Safety first.
"People are great to work with, but I am underpayed."
Operations Manager in Boston:
Pros: I love the people, great environment and friendly culture
Cons: on call 24/7 in case of emergencies, and underpayed
Operations Manager in Ketchum:
I work for an outstanding organization that treats employees well. We have excellent benefits and great support. We try our best at hiring staff that shares the vision and goals of the organization. It has been the best career move I have made.
"Summary of my job"
Pros: Feeling that you are doing a good thing, job satisfaction. Colleagues are entertaining. Prestigious place to work. Forward thinking company. Customers are interesting and well educated. Making a difference. Beautiful new building. Challenging, every day is different. Never boring, always learning new things.
Cons: Sometimes feel unappreciated and over worked. Tasks you have worked on not getting completed it frustrating. Staff make silly mistakes and complain a lot.
Learn to trust others around you and delegate tasks and responsibilities. It is impossible to do all tasks yourself and the job is about overseeing others managing the workload allowing you to concentrate on more major areas of the business such as forward planning and project management