What does an Area Manager/Entry Level do?
Area managers are responsible for ensuring the proper and effective operation of a business. This role requires individuals to oversee the day-to-day work and operations of lower-level employees to ensure adherence to organization guidelines. Area managers may also take on human resources duties, to include interviewing and hiring new staff. This role may also require creating and implementing new operational standards.
Area managers do not require any specific degree. However, a high school diploma or equivalent (such as a G.E.D.) may be preferred. An Associate's or Bachelor's degree in relevant fields may be necessary, depending on the industry and specialization. Any certificates, licenses and registration needs will vary depending on industry. Area managers should possess key interpersonal and communication skills. Strong leadership skills will also be necessary for effective management.
Area Manager/Entry Level Salaries
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Area Manager/Entry Level Career Path
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“very responsive company who gives to the tools and training needed to progress your career.”
“The pay is great and the fun you have doing your job is even better.”
“But management is already working on the same and I'm sure month on Month changes are visible.”
“I love that I am given such an amazing platform to inspire and impact others.”
“Money is great when you hit biweekly budgets and you control how much you make.”
“The benefits and time off are the best that I have had had in my career.”
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