Business Operations Manager

The Business Operations Manager interprets data from various departments, making strategic decisions, and rolling out a plan of action. He/She can obtain the data from multiple department reports such as budgetary information, interpreting financial data, monitoring expense reports, and performing a cost-benefit analysis of internal programs. He/She reports directly to the CEO or Board of Directors.

Key Responsibilities

  • Requests reports from company departments for review on a regular basis
  • Collaborates with relevant parties to create a budget
  • Makes sure that all operations run smoothly and align with quality standards
  • Compiles information from various sources to formulate a current picture of the company and the market
  • Devises business strategies to develop or improve the way a company functions
  • Conducts staff performance reviews and motivating staff
  • Interprets data to generate company and market strategies for implementation
  • Creates strategies and policies for company growth
  • Researches the consumer market and evaluate the cost of running a business versus the profit they make in order to see if any operations need revising
  • Creates a monthly presentation for the Board of Directors meeting

Job Requirements/Qualifications

  • A bachelor’s degree in business or related field or an MBA
  • Exceptional analytical and conceptual thinking skills
  • Proficient ability to manage complex budgets
  • Proven previous work experience as a Business Operations Manager
  • Competency in Microsoft applications including Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Experience in successfully managing a complex enterprise’s human resources, finances, operations, or strategies.
  • Experience leading and developing top-performing teams
  • A history of leading and supporting successful projects

Skills needed for this role

The Business Operations Manager must have strong mathematical and analytical skills, and be detail-oriented, to manage the finances and operations of a company. He/She should be able to catch any errors or irregularities in the budget and spending, as well as with any policies, procedures, or performances. He/She must also have good ethics, written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to work with others.

Career Level

Managerial

Job Specializations

Business Management, Finance, Accounting, Marketing, International Business