Project Manager, Operations Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Project Manager, Operations?

Project Manager, Operations in San Francisco:
"Ensure data quality across the globe."
Pros: I drive strong revenue impact.
Cons: Tedious, difficult stakeholders.

Project Manager, Operations in Charleston:
Pros: Flexibility, challenging, learning a significant amount, respect my colleagues, great people.
Cons: Company structure, office conditions, management.

Project Manager, Operations in Salinas:
"Great for organized/methodical people."
Pros: Room for creativity and ability to work very independently with little supervision.
Cons: Little to no formal authority, and no offices, despite same pay and skill as middle management.

Project Manager, Operations in Vernon:
"Interesting, important projects for continuous improvement."
Pros: Work flexibility, work with all positions and levels of personnel, relaxed work environment, flexible schedule, paid lunches.
Cons: High stress levels, lack of support, low morale, bad attitudes go unchecked, lack of structure.

Project Manager, Operations in Indianapolis:
"Not too shabby."
Pros: Travel around the country, lots of new projects happening, entrepreneurial company.
Cons: Low pay, lack of trust between departments who are supposed to be collaborative.

Project Manager, Operations in Dallas:
"Stress Level / Work Environment."
Pros: Solving problems and finding a better way of doing things. Providing my employees the tools they need to succeed.
Cons: The push for change but no change actually happens.