Geothermal Production Managers
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Employers look for applicants with several years of experience in this field or in heating and cooling. Applicants with a bachelor's degree in environmental engineering or business are highly desired.
Employers prefer to hire geothermal production managers who are creative and analytical. They look for people who can solve problems and work with abstract ideas. Oral and written communication skills are also important. Employers look for people who can work as part of a team. Employers also prefer geothermal production managers who have strong computer skills.
This is not an entry level job. Geothermal production managers serve in mid to top management positions. Advancement often comes through higher pay or increased responsibility. Managers may also advance to director or corporate positions, depending on the company. Geothermal production managers advance to these positions by showing strong leadership and management abilities. Their projects are completed on time and on budget.
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