What does a District Manager do?

District managers oversee the operations of multiple stores, work sites, or locations within a specific region. Primary responsibilities include the recruitment and training of store managers, the setting of regional goals and ensuring that the stores they supervise adhere to relevant company and industry regulations.

District managers act as a liaison between area branches and company headquarters and manage operational day-to-day practices. They will coordinate with senior management and report and make recommendations regarding the teams they oversee. They strive to grow market share and improve customer experiences, and they have a passion for excellence when interacting with clients. District managers need a bachelor's degree in related fields including management, finance, public administration, or communications. Some district managers also need retail management experience.

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Average Years of Experience

0 - 1
3%
2 - 4
52%
5 - 7
31%
8+
14%

Common Skill Sets

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District Manager Seniority Levels

L2
District Manager
CA$76,032/yr
L4
Sales Leader
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Manager
16% made the transition
Regional Manager
32% made the transition
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District Manager Salaries

Average Base Pay

CA$76,032 /yr
Same as national average
Not including cash compensation
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CA$49k
Median: CA$76k
CA$119k
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