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Average Salary for Operations Director in Texas - State Average, Texas

The average salary of a(n) Operations Director in Texas - State Average, Texas is $172,735.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Operations Director in Texas - State Average, Texas is $83.05.

The average bonus of a(n) Operations Director in Texas - State Average, Texas is $32,457.00.

Job Description:

Directs, develops, implements, publicizes, and administers operations strategies and objectives to ensure the achievement of organization's goals and objectives. Directs the operations function in conjunction with business growth, introduction of new operational systems, meeting organizational financial objectives, and meeting organizational goals in relation to safety, quality, and timely delivery of products or services. Assists with development of organization's policies, practices, and attainment of operating goals, while maintaining some management responsibility. Assesses and assists in upgrading the management talent base within operations to achieve growth and meet market needs. Coordinates needed support to operations areas through intradepartmental interface for smooth workflow and cost-efficient product or service. Manages and assists in coordinating efforts between support departments within the organization. Contributes to the overall short- and long-range planning process and in the establishment and assessment of the organization's annual operating budget. Plans, prepares, controls, monitors, and forecasts organization's direct and/or indirect budgets. Directs the capital expenditure and asset redeployment activities. Ensures attainment of efficient and economical performance in relation to profit and year-end goals. Participates in the investigation and implementation of new services, manufacturing processes, and product or systems technologies to meet the organization's objectives. Establishes, implements, revises, and maintains policies and procedures related to operations. Oversees compliance of established policies. Less

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