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Based on 1,977 responses, the job of Vice President (VP), Operations has received a job satisfaction rating of 4.18 out of 5. On average, Vice President (VP), Operationss are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Vice President (VP), Operations?

April 2015
"Trust yourself."
Vice President (VP), Operations:
If your gut is telling you something is wrong, it is almost always wrong.
April 2015
"Do what you like and fins a way to make money."
Vice President (VP), Operations:
Ascertain your emotional intelligence. Don't be afraid to confront poor performers.
August 2015
"Stay focus on profitability."
Vice President (VP), Operations:
Operations job is managing the resources at optimum levels, Keep focusing the Expenses and efficiency. Organization development and People management is key for the performance hence stay focus on these.
August 2015
"New to semiconductor industry so had to do OJT."
Vice President (VP), Operations:
Key is to think strategically but execute tactically. Empower your staff to own their responsibilities and establish KPI's to insure you stay on track.
October 2015
"It's all about people!"
Vice President (VP), Operations:
Build a team that truly wants to perform for you.
October 2015
"Strategic Planning and Crisis Management."
Vice President (VP), Operations:
Pros: The operations itself is challenging with the changing dynamics of the banking industry. In addition to that, I am constantly challenged to deliver efficiencies, increase revenues and optimise the operations. Further to that, banking operations is exposed to errors which could lead to financial and reputation impacts. I enjoy managing the crisis and formulating the solutions to these problems.
Cons: There is nothing to dislike about the job. All of the aspects provide a new experience or lesson. However, having to be the person who delivers the negative news to the entire function can have a personal impact to you. Nevertheless, as the leader, this is part of my objective.
April 2016
"Employment Details."
Vice President (VP), Operations:
Get an Employment Agreement up front with Full Disclosure on Benefits, Compensation, Annual Increase, Bonus Structure and Severance Package.