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Based on 1,736 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?

January 2016
"Make small incremental positive change."
Vice President (VP), Operations:
Patience is key. Rome wasn't build in a day. Have a plan and make small changes in the right direction every day. Use the resources you have available to you.
February 2016
"Job Satisfaction."
Vice President (VP), Operations:
Pros: I like the President and CEO of the company and the senior level management personnel I work with.
Cons: The job I have is stressful in that all of us are expected to sacrifice our time for the better of the company. The hours are long and as soon as one job ends the next job starts. There is a lot of pressure to perform at top levels under less than ideal conditions. Perks are very rare and it seems as if all of the industry accepted benefits of travel (air miles, hotel stays, and rental car usage) are taken by the company and used to save money in future travel. That money savings is passed along to the employees as an end of the year bonus, so it is not all bad. It just seems that other companies allow their employees to keep their travel benefits and still give out bonuses.
March 2016
"Organization is Key."
Vice President (VP), Operations:
Being overly organized has helped me very much.
March 2016
"Passionate and Fun, but Stressful!"
Vice President (VP), Operations:
Be prepared to do anything and everything to get the job done. You will wear many hats and have many opportunities, but you will have to make discoveries on new ways to do things on your own.The expectations to perfection are high, and it seems like there is never enough time to get things done, so you will work after hours a lot. The amount of meetings is endless and you are required to have a lot of patience for employees who don't have a great knowledge in their specialty. Client communication and problem solving is key. Prepare for a passionate, fun and stressful job!
April 2016
"Mutli -Tasking is a MUST."
Vice President (VP), Operations:
Be ready to think very much out of the box and do not be afraid to think globally and not right in front of yourself.
April 2016
"Take ownership."
Vice President (VP), Operations:
Take ownership of every task you do. Everything you do makes a difference in the collective population of your job's workforce and purpose. Do everything with care and great purpose.
June 2016
"Running fairly independently."
Vice President (VP), Operations:
Ensure your compensation is fair and equitable for both you and your employer.