The Operations Administration Manager (OAM) will work closely with a wide variety of Managers and Leaders on-site to handle and manage a wide variety of administrative activities. These administrative management duties include ensuring accurately processing payroll, compliance reports, aging reports, rental processing, cash log, and daily report management. In addition to processing these reports the OAM serves as the approving manager verifying accuracy, completeness, and timeliness of all reports. Additionally, the OAM will order supplies for operations including VSA and manage the uniform ordering process. The OAM works on complex inquiries and must see issues through to resolution while paying attention to details and accuracy. On an as-needed basis the OAM will serve as a back-up to Functional Managers.
To be a great OAM, you need:
A degree is not required, but someone who is able to demonstrate the requisite behaviors and with the right level of experience (below) will also be considered.