Field managers oversee project sites and staff that work on the projects. They hire, train, and coordinate field representatives.
Typically, project and field managers work at pharmaceutical companies, computer repair companies, and medical equipment manufacturers. A project and field manager is responsible for activity and resource planning.
They spend time estimating the cost of carrying out a project and developing the budget. Also, a field manager creates plans to help field employees improve and tracks their progress in meeting set goals. They also submit performance reports to necessary units.
As a project and field manager, you must have a detailed understanding of all aspects of project management. You must possess computer, problem-solving, communication, time management, and organization skills. A project and field manager's average salary is $77,756, although it can range anywhere from $68,050 to $90,719.