Division Manager Job & Career Information

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We have 114 Division Manager jobs nationwide. The average Division Manager salary is $81,000 annually, +$17K (23%) more than the average national salary. Statistically, Division Managers are very happy with their career.

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4 out of 5 stars
  • "I have been working with detect technologies since my graduation at 2018, initially my potential was not utilized properly by the company, but then I took up project on my own and started working on the same, from there on they saw my potential and I was treated accordingly"

  • "Throughout my career in Construction Management I have been recognized for my detailed scheduling abilities. In the past I have managed complex schedules for as many as 40-50 projects at a time and were successfully executed by my team of Construction Superintendents. In my current role as a Division Manager, I lead a team of Sales Associates, a Construction Manager, Superintendents, Assistant Superintendents, and Warranty personal. In addition, I am responsible for my divisions financial success. In 2018, I closed 52 homes with a Revenue of just under $17 Million and a Net Income of 8%. I just recently exceeded my Budget for 2019. My team ended 2019, with a Closing Revenue exceeding $26 Million and a Net Income of 9.5%. With all that being said, I would love to be apart of your leadership team and know I will be an asset to your organization. Although the above mentioned numbers indicate my leadership abilities, doesn’t tell you allot about me. I am an industry professional that wants be apart of something less repetitive, original, inspiring and a place I can call home!"

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