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Forward Planner

D.R. Horton Pleasanton, CA

Lead, manage and direct consultants in design and development of all architectural, structural, post-tension, truss, energy, landscape, improvement… CareerBuilder

7 days ago

Purchasing Agent

D.R. Horton Pleasanton, CA

Solicit bids Pre-qualify subcontractors Setup and monitor option costs and sales prices Maintain and update current budgets Spread… CareerBuilder

2 days ago

Loan Processor – new

D.R. Horton Pleasanton, CA

. Other duties may be assigned. *Receipt of file from Loan Officer through Final Approval *Review file for correct stacking order, AU findings… CareerBuilder

4 days ago

Land Acquisition Coordinator

D.R. Horton Pleasanton, CA

*Organize land contracts, create and maintain land files (feasibility through closing) *Put together analysis sheet for each site *Maintain… CareerBuilder

28 days ago


D.R. Horton San Ramon, CA +2 locations

*Plan and direct construction activities of the Assistant Superintendents, Labors, and other staff as… CareerBuilder

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D.R. Horton Vice Chairman, President, and CEO Don Tomnitz
Don Tomnitz
40 Ratings

    If you like cliques, double standards, and be treated with no respect you would like it.

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    Former Employee - Purchasing Assistant in Rowlett, TX
    Former Employee - Purchasing Assistant in Rowlett, TX

    I worked at D.R. Horton full-time (more than 3 years)


    Casual dress ... that's all!


    Most of the division is related. If not related-they're fishing buddies. Cliques within departments, lot of backstabbing, worked a LOT of hours unpaid, promised a promotion, but manager chances AGAIN (4 xs in 2yrs) so never received it. Was constantly finding billing errors but was told just to approve them anyways, would follow the policy and procedures but depending on who the vendor was, those policies and procedures would not apply. Hard workers would be treated poorly while the family employees got the praise. Take off and budgets were never right, causing a negative ripple effect. Upper management just doesnt care what is said or done. As long ad houses - regardless of how well - being built. Could go on and on.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop catering to the "special" employees and run off the good hard working employees. Hold area managers responsible for their sloppy building supplies, hear ALL sides to an issue not just the manager. If both are at fault than both should have consequences.

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