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Crown Automobile - Plano, TX
Sales Ford/Lincoln experience is a PLUS Must be able to create and maintain customer relationships Ability to handle a high volume of business with professionalism Experience and ability to handle...
3 days ago
Spring, TX
Seeking qualified individual to run a very busy automotive shop that also does custom classic car work. Please call ... if you are interested. Must have automotive experience and college graduate...
3 days ago
Hurst, TX
We need a solid Automotive Manager for our shop in Hurst, TX, that is able to work efficiently and accurately. If you want to call a good place home, then we are a right fit for YOU! The position...
8 days ago
MV Transportation - Austin, TX
MV is seeking a Deputy General Manager of Fleet Maintenance who will be a dynamic, multi-task oriented senior professional to manage all day-to-day maintenance aspects of the bus operation....
9 days ago
Crown Automobile - Irving, TX
Manage budgets for volume and PVR, and control expenses Attend national used car, and general manager meetings, to develop action plans to improve business performance Partner with service departments...
15 days ago
Advance Auto Parts Incorporated - Austin, TX
Assistant General Manager Advance Auto Parts Austin, TX Full-Time Apply on company site Create Job Alert....
15 days ago
Advance Auto Parts - Kyle, TX
Career Description Job Description Commercial Parts Pro The Commercial Parts Professional is an advanced level sales position capable of providing expert customer care to professional customers....
45+ days ago
Mitsubishi - Houston, TX
Responsibilities and Requirements: 5+ years of auto sales management experience with a history of high volume sales Proven track record of sales management and training Excellent leadership skills Strategize...
90+ days ago
Mitsubishi - San Antonio, TX
Requirements: Previous experience as an Automotive Sales Manager or managing a Used Car Department....
90+ days ago

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Licensing / Certification

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Highest Education Level

General Managers in Texas offer the following education background
  • High School or GED (28.4%)
  • Bachelor's Degree (27.9%)
  • Vocational or Certification (14.7%)
  • Associate's Degree (14.3%)
  • Master's Degree (7.1%)
  • Some College (6.1%)
  • Some High School (0.7%)
  • Doctorate Degree (0.7%)

Average Work Experience

Here's a breakdown of the number of years' experience offered by General Managers in Texas
  • 4-6 years (23.5%)
  • 2-4 years (20.5%)
  • 8-10 years (13.6%)
  • 10+ years (12.7%)
  • Less than 1 year (11.9%)
  • 6-8 years (7.7%)
  • 1-2 years (7.0%)
  • None (3.1%)

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Salary for General Manager jobs in Texas

**Data source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

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