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A district manager is the company official in charge of entire regions where multiple stores operate. The district manager oversees business activities and operations of branches of the company within their district. The district manager creates and maintains budgets and reports to senior management in the company. In addition, district managers interview, hire, coordinate and discipline store managers.
The district manager performs the following functions:
To make a great district manager, you can:
Most district managers' positions require a bachelor's degree in business management, restaurant and hospitality management, or similar fields. Previous work experience is also needed in the specific field. You should also have demonstrated competence and loyalty as a store manager, and must have impressed the management in this position before you can rise to the leadership position of a district manager.
The questions that you should ask for a district manager interview are: