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

November 2013
"Why Being an Operations Manager is Challenging, but Good"
Operations Manager:
Pros: The challenges and having the ability to lead the company and influence change, above anything. It's fast paced, chaotic at times, and quite varied. I deal with something different everyday.
Cons: Dealing with anxiety and issues of fellow staff, having no budget to make significant changes that need to be made, having to micromanage due to staff not managing their time properly at times
November 2013
"Busy hectic always different"
Operations Manager:
Pros: Being able to resolve issues and merit customer deadlines
Cons: People who do not get information correct or fail to check what they have done
November 2013
"MultiFaceted"
Operations Manager:
I wish I knew how multifaceted and overworked I would be in this position.
November 2013
"Managing Process & People"
Operations Manager:
1. Learn the Process 2. Learn the people 3. Understand Proces
November 2013
"Operations - by people"
Operations Manager:
Manage your people well and they will manage your operations well.
November 2013
"Talk to the current workforce"
Operations Manager:
You spend more time at work than at home. Talk to the staff see if you think you will blend in.
December 2013
"Saving your sanity while loving your job."
Operations Manager:
Learn to fly by the seat of your pants and roll with the punches. I work in a fluid environment where there is a crisis on a daily basis.Take time to decompress other wise you will find yourself consumed by the fires you are required to put out. For those in real estate and property management.. Build a network of reliable tradespeople, they are worth their weight in gold. Pay them in a timely manner and treat them with respect. I love the variety, adrenaline pumping action of problem solving while keeping my eye on the ball of always increasing the bottom line. Good luck and have fun.