Also known as: Business Manager, General Manager (GM), Operations Director, Operations Manager, Plant Superintendent, Store Manager
Description: At the core of every major corporation is an operations department, which helps to formulate polices and manage the daily activities that keep a company running smoothly. Operations Managers plan, direct and coordinate these divisions, mapping out the use and function of human resources and materials. These Managers are directly and indirectly involved in a variety of core decisions, ranging from purchasing and staffing requirements to general administrative duties.Depending on the size of a company, an Operation Manager will generally have at least an Associate's degree. Those who work at larger enterprises may be required to have a Bachelor's or Master's degree in order to stay competitive.
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