A career should be something you’re constantly building upon. That’s why, at NVR, you have the opportunity to train and work across different functions within the company. So you can expand your knowledge—and your career—through a variety of experiences.
There's a lot more to the homebuilding industry than building homes. Careers with NVR, Ryan Homes, NVHomes, and Heartland Homes cover a broad range of professions—and not all of them require working on a construction site. You can find pathways to growth and success with us in the following areas:
The quality of our people is as high as the quality of our homes. Our employees come from all majors, backgrounds, and skill sets. What they all share is an innate drive to achieve. If you’re a bright, energetic individual who’s customer-focused and dedicated to the success of your team, we’d love to talk to you.
To learn our business inside and out, you have to spend some time "outside." That’s why, as an employee, you’ll periodically be out in the field with our regional trainers, learning first-hand how we build our homes, source our materials, work with suppliers, interact with our customers, and more. In addition to our interactive, hands-on training, we pair you with mentors who are eager to share their knowledge, provide guidance and help you be successful.
NVR, Inc. operates in two business segments: homebuilding and mortgage banking. The homebuilding unit sells and constructs homes under the Ryan Homes, NVHomes, and Heartland Homes. As a corporate entity, NVR, Inc. provides various support functions for each of its sub-entities. These include sales and marketing support, vital human resource specialists, and an advanced information technology department, which provide a network of resources utilized by NVR, Inc. holdings.
NVR homebuilding operations serve 31 metropolitan areas in fourteen states, including Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida and Tennessee, as well as Washington D.C.
Founded in 1948 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to provide housing in the expanding post-war economy, Ryan Homes has constructed more than 430,000 homes. Today, Ryan Homes offers housing styles to suit a wide range of consumers needs, including single-family, townhouse or garden condominium.
NVHomes offers additional architectural details and designer elements tailored to suit the most discriminating of tastes. Established in 1980, NVHomes has earned a reputation for luxury, quality and value throughout its communities in Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Pennsylvania.
Heartland Homes was created in 1984 to offer luxury homes of the highest quality at an affordable price. Since then, Heartland has built over 3,000 homes in western Pennsylvania by combining personalization with a customer-friendly experience that keeps it simple. Heartland offers single family, townhome, and villa style homes to match the way you want to live.
Our Building Products operation supports the construction operations with manufacturing facilities in Maryland, Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio and Tennessee. Building Products supplies structural building components, produced to exacting standards in a controlled environment and then delivered to the job site, to reduce waste and improve efficiency.
NVR Mortgage is headquartered in Reston, Virginia and operates branches in the metropolitan areas in which NVR has homebuilding operations. NVR Mortgage’s primary focus is to serve the needs of NVR homebuyers. NVR Settlement Services, also headquartered in Reston, VA, provides a complete range of settlement and title services to support NVR’s homebuilding operations.
In numerous surveys and reviews, our employees tell us we're an exceptional place to work. Here are a few of the reasons why:
I have been working at NVR full-time (Less than a year)
great people to work with an learn from
nothing to complain about here
I applied online. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at NVR (Franklin, TN) in October 2015.
There was an online application which after submitted and reviewed, I was sent a link for a personality test and a form for additional information. A few days later there were two phone interviews which was with an individual who did not work in the local office, I believe with HR in their corporate office. After that they scheduled an in person "round robin" interview with people in many positions in the company.
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