The operations manager, district oversees the normal day-to-day operation of the district with which they are tasked. They serve as the resource for the operations managers within their assigned districts, and they are required to perform regular, usually weekly, check-ins and evaluate performance.
The operations manager manages all daily operations for the district, including directly supporting managers and tracking metrics. In addition, they interact with and oversee all external and community relations. They track budgets and make adjustments to ensure profit goals are met. They also oversee compliance reporting, including OSHA and employee evaluations. Essential skills include organizational, decision-making, management, dependability, and reporting. Educational requirements include a bachelor's degree in business management or a related discipline. Although, a high school diploma or a GED may suffice, they require at least five years of work experience along with it.
The average hourly salary for the position is $38.46, which amounts to $79,992 annually. The career is expected to grow further in the following years to come.