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Based on 640 responses, the job of Project Manager, Operations has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.99 out of 5. On average, Project Manager, Operationss are highly satisfied with their job.
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December 2015
"BE HONEST AND HARDWORKING."
Project Manager, Operations:
BE HONEST AND HARDWORKING AND PERFECTION.
December 2015
"Ensure data quality across the globe."
Project Manager, Operations:
Pros: I drive strong revenue impact.
Cons: Tedious, difficult stakeholders.
January 2016
"Beware."
Project Manager, Operations:
If you think corporate politics are bad enough to give up your benefits and work for a small business owner with no benefits and no set sick/time off policy, think again. It may be boring in the corporate world but at least you have time off and disability, 401k etc.
February 2016
"Managing a Car Wash."
Project Manager, Operations:
Pros: The identifying and diagnosing problems, problem solving and customer relations.
Cons: Stress, long hours, poor communication among management.
February 2016
Project Manager, Operations:
Pros: Working with people, and the physical aspect of the job.
March 2016
"Sold myself short on salary negotions, way more hours."
Project Manager, Operations:
Pros: Daily change of pace. Travel the state.
Cons: Long hours. CEO who's unaware that they are overly demanding.
April 2016
Project Manager, Operations:
Pros: Work flexibility, work from home, travel.
Cons: Long travel dates, no home and work balance, no compensation for cell phone use, no compensation for internet use.