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- 3.0Nov 27, 2023Operations ManagerCurrent Employee
flexible schedule, remote work is possible
Required to stay in the Army Reserves. Insurance is expensive and you cannot use Tricare. Does not pay that great.
- 5.0Oct 19, 2023Senior Operations ManagerCurrent Employee
Stable with job placement and pay; team building and team work encouraged; provides purpose; highly rewarding
-unpredictable (be adaptive) -at the service's needs, not your needs or wants
- 5.0Oct 11, 2023Operations ManagerCurrent Employee
Great Training Opportunities, gain valuable real-world experiences and skills, life-long friendship, range of jobs outside of your primary job, free health care, awesome gyms/fitness centers.
no control of duty assignments, can be dangerous, unpredictable hours.
- 5.0Oct 17, 2023Operations ManagerFormer EmployeeFort Leonard Wood, MO
Amazing opportunities and exciting work environment!
Many experiences are going to be based on leadership.
- 4.0Sep 5, 2023Media Operations ManagerCurrent Employee
Tricare, it covers you and your family and gives you TA and GI bill
Day varies depending on the duties, so you dn't know how long you might be required to stay as well as knowing when you might be going to the field and for how long.
- 3.0Aug 24, 2023Sr Operations ManagerCurrent Employee, more than 10 yearsHonolulu, HI
Travel opportunities are limitless Opportunity for advancement Real world significance adds value to day to day operations
Work life balance is tough to manage Traditions and structure are outdated Fiscal compensation is flawed and draconian
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Operations Manager professionals working at US Army have rated their employer with 4.1 out of 5 stars in 502 Glassdoor reviews. This is a higher than average score with the overall rating of US Army employees being 3.8 out of 5 stars. Search open Operations Manager Jobs at US Army now and start preparing for your job interview by browsing frequently asked Operations Manager interview questions at US Army.
Operations Manager professionals rate their compensation and benefits at US Army with 4.4 out of 5 stars based on 502 anonymously submitted employee reviews. This is 9.5% better than the company average rating for salary and benefits. Find out more about Operations Manager salaries and benefits at US Army.
82% of Operations Manager employees at US Army would recommend their employer to a friend. This rating has increased by 1% in the past 12 months. Operations Manager professionals have also rated US Army with a 3 rating for work-life-balance, 4.2 rating for diversity and inclusion, 3.9 rating for culture and values and 4.3 rating for career opportunities.
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