Field Manager Salary in Washington, District of Columbia

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Average Salary for Field Manager in Washington, District of Columbia

The average salary of a(n) Field Manager in Washington, District of Columbia is $18,827.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Field Manager in Washington, District of Columbia is $9.05.

The average bonus of a(n) Field Manager in Washington, District of Columbia is $273.00.

Job Description:

Manages and conducts on-site quality assurance inspections and on-the-spot performance evaluations and observations to ensure safety, profitability, customer satisfaction, and compliance with company policies and standard operating procedures. Creates work schedules and maintains proper accounting of field staff productivity. Conducts in-service training and/or initiates formal or informal counseling for field staff to improve overall performance, correct identified deficiencies, and address disciplinary issues. Prepares and submits detailed site inspection reports to management documenting all post visits and training or counseling conducted. Prepares written performance warnings documenting observed violations of company standards of conduct. Communicates with management and Human Resources to implement consistent counseling and disciplinary policies and procedures. Participates with Operations management in identification of service issues, equipment needs, or field procedural issues and suggests corrective action. Conducts general physical security inspection during site visits and documents any deficiencies noted on the site inspection report. Plans inspection routes and timetables. Trains and prepares for emergency situations at site. Responds to emergency situations at field locations and assists site staff as needed. Prepares detailed incident reports for all emergencies or serious incidents. Ensures that vehicles are inspected during each shift and maintenance issues are addressed. May operate a company or customer motor vehicle as directed. Less

Manages and conducts on-site quality assurance inspections and on-the-spot performance evaluations and observations to ensure safety, profitability, customer satisfaction, and compliance with company policies and standard operating procedures. Creates work schedules and maintains proper accounting of field staff productivity. Conducts... More

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