district manager

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Noun1.district manager - a manager who supervises the sales activity for a district
director, manager, managing director - someone who controls resources and expenditures
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Besides, district manager praised the efforts of meeting participants and directed them to enhance further their performance as IHS could provide quality service in rural areas of district Jacobabad.
The District Manager has responsibility for a geographically spread team of volunteers, input to the management of the District and the Region and the role offers great development opportunities.
"Every once in a while a customer comes in and asks to see his old classroom and of course I always oblige," said District Manager for North Central Washington Agustin Reyes.
Greater Hudson Bank (OTC: GHDS) has said that it has appointed John Rivera as its vice president, retail district manager for Westchester County.
In fact, all drinks served meet or exceed USDA guidelines and comply with Smart Snacks requirements, the district manager added.
As district manager, he grew the Manhattan office to become Marcus & Millichap's top office by sales volume and number of professionals,.
The district manager challenged Ace stores in the area to be more creative with the displays in their electrical departments.
He worked various positions before becoming a store manager in 1995 and Lakeland Division district manager in 2000.
Geoff Beyersdorf is the new BLM Fairbanks District Manager. Beyersdorf was the Lewistown Field Manager in central Montana and began his BLM career as the Subsistence Biologist for the Anchorage Field Office in 2008.
Lynden International, a full-service freight forwarding and logistics company, has named Megan Parmer as its District Manager of the Houston Service Center effective, April 1, 2014.
Erin Beaumont-Jacques, a former district manager for the Farmers Group of Cos., filed a lawsuit in 2010 against Farmers for damages, claiming several causes of action for breach of contract, breach of the implied covenant, sex discrimination and business and professions code violations.
The court held that an MSHA district manager has broad discretion to disapprove a mine operator's proposed ventilation plan for an underground coal mine, and may do so as long as the decision is not arbitrary and capricious.

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