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The Director of
Operations is responsible for managing four
manufacturing/printing facilities located throughout the United States. The ideal
candidate is experienced in facilities management, supply
chain, quality control, budget and profit/loss responsibility. The company is
seeking to revitalize the workforce and sales through employee
participation and reengineering of operations.
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Tell us about your
qualifications for the position of Director of Operations.
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What unique skills or
knowledges can you contribute to our operations?
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What difficulties and
challenges do you foresee in making the move from managing a single
plant to managing multiple plants? How will you overcome these
difficulties and challenges?
What's the biggest mistake
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