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GENERAL SUMMARY: The Operations Manager supports the Store Manager or ASM by executing strategies that consistently meet and exceed company-defined Best Practices and standards. The Operations Manager ensures a seamless customer experience that models appropriate behaviors and drives productivity. The Operations Manager provides functional training and provides ongoing tactical feedback to the Ass...
Job Summary: Responsibilities include but are not limited to maintaining effective operation and continued growth of Center with the direction of the Divisional Director of Operations. Provide leadership, direction, and effective tools to assure growth and competence to all center employees. Job Responsibilities: Center Management - Review operating results of center daily, weekly and monthly to i...
Liberty Mutual Insurance At Liberty Mutual Insurance, doing the right thing is essential to all that we do. Our commitment to building and sustaining a talented and diverse workforce has helped us to become a global leader in property and casualty insurance. As of December 31, 2012, Liberty Mutual Insurance had $36.9 billion in annual consolidated revenue. Our financial strength and profitability...
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