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Production Supervisor

NVR Rehoboth Beach, DE

This is an entry-level position in on-site new home construction management. Training in technical and managerial skills is provided both in the… NVR

30+ days ago

Sales and Marketing Representative

NVR Rehoboth Beach, DE

In addition, you will demonstrate the home and pre-qualify the buyer for financing. You must be able to establish and maintain long term… NVR

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    Great company if you want to make money but be ready for the boys club.

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    I worked at NVR full-time (more than 10 years)


    Money, 401k and stock price, good internal policies and procedures and a very smart CEO who makes good financial business decisions. Room for advancement as long as you are a "yes" man.


    Politics, be ready for the boys club. If your a female you will never be equal to the men. Upper level male managers sleeping with young female sales reps. Lots of partying in the sales arena. Divisions always trying to hide things from corporate. Corporate does not appreciate people who have been with the company for decades but would rather trade them in for a new younger, lower paid, yes men. Longevity and experience are not valued.

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    Appreciate the folks who have been with the organization since the beginning ... When Paul Saville was just a little Accountant shooting baskets in the garbage can at the Campbell's Run Road location. Remember where you came from and who helped you get to where you are today. If you are going to get rid of someone that has been with the company longer than anyone in the history of the company, at least call them up and thank them for all that they did for the company.

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