Forklift operator/saw operator/line lead (Former Employee) – Thurmont, MD – July 28, 2016
Lays off all the time wait forever to get hired on tell you 90 days but as long as a year it will take. Its hard labor you work in all weatjer conditions you epast in the summer and freeze in the winter they do not provide u with good weather performance clothes.
Production Supervisor trainee (Former Employee) – Ohio – June 30, 2016
I went through the whole interview process; phone interview, online assessments, and lengthy 3 hr interview with a panel of managers. I thought everything went well but at the end if you're not white, you're not right. One of a few organizations that I've encountered with no diversity whatsoever!
Friendly work environment.Great employees and supervisors.
SALES ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – Richmond, VA – May 23, 2016
One of the best companies to work for. I worked in model homes as a sales assistant. My responsibilities included insuring the homes were clean and inviting. I welcomed potential home buyers and provided a tour of the home. We then discussed credit worthiness and home needs. I reviewed credit applications and determined credit worthiness. I set appointments with potential home buyers to further discus purchase options after credit eligibility was approved.
Great company to work for that cared about it's employees.
Lead Framer (Former Employee) – Thurmont, MD – January 13, 2016
I really enjoyed working for NVR. It payed well and had great benefits. The company manufactors and distributes prefabricated homes. I worked on the panel side and we were responsible for building all the walls that went to the home. I moved up very quickly through the positions and eventually was the lead framer overseeing a group of six or seven guys. This was a very physically demanding job with a goal that was set to keep guys moving. I was always looking for ways to make things easier on the team and to increase our efficiency. I learned nothing is to small of an idea to help achieve these goals. Unfortunatly in the winter the housing market slows and there is a high layoff rate every year. The company cared about it's employees and offered many great benefits.
great management, open communication, great benefits
Net Developer (Former Employee) – Reston, VA – January 13, 2016
My day starts at 9am EST and i have learnt lot of things at NVR. I had lot of support from my leads and co workers. Whenever i faced any difficulty in my work, my lead and co workers were always there with helping hands.
SQL Developer/DBA (Former Employee) – Reston, VA – August 18, 2015
NVR, Inc. Operates in two business segments: homebuilding and mortgage banking. The homebuilding unit sells and constructs homes under the Ryan Homes, NV Homes, Fox Ridge Homes and Heartland Homes. As a corporate entity, NVR, Inc. ATLAS automates complete sales, Contracts and back office modules of homebuilding portfolio for NVR homes.
Anyone could consider themselves fortunate to be employed by this great company! The management truly values their employees and does all they can to assist. Great training program. Office staff extremely helpful and pleasant.
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – July 12, 2015
The two best things about working at NVR are your direct co-workers and the training you receive during the process. It is not required to have any construction experience as they will train you from the ground up as if you know nothing. You do have to interact with homeowners, the sales team, the office staff and management at the same time as making sure the construction schedule and sub-contractors are doing what they are supposed to do and in a timely manner. It can be very stressful, but if you stay on your game and are organized it can be rewarding
Junior Product Development Analyst (Former Employee) – Canonsburg, PA – March 31, 2015
As the summary suggests, I didn't know what task I would have to take on. While I was to primarily work on creating lender profiles, I also had to address the questions and issues presented by branches and corporate departments. I learned several aspects of the mortgage industry. My coworkers are always very helpful and teamwork is important to make our customers happy.