Salary for Geothermal Production Managers

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Geothermal production managers are responsible for directing, coordinating, planning and overseeing tasks and operations at geothermal power generation plants. They might also develop budgets, develop schedules and maintain daily logs and other related work. This job normally requires vocational training, an associate's degree or related experience. Some employers require more than one of these or all three. Employers also require one to two years of on-the-job training after being hired.

A Geothermal Production Manager can earn average salaries of between $67,100 to $181,220 depending on seniority levels. will most likely earn wages of one hundred and eightteen thousand one hundred and ninety dollars each year.

have the best average pay in New Jersey, where they earn average job salaries of close to about $146,370. Professionals that work in these jobs make the highest salary in Management of Companies and Enterprises, which has job pay of $148,550.

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The annual compensation for this career has gone up since 2004. Salaries have increased by an average of 49.36 percent nationwide in that time.


Geothermal Production Managers tend to make the most in the following industries:

Management of Companies and Enterprises
Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction

In general, they earn less within the industries below:

Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting
Health Care and Social Assistance
Accommodation and Food Services
Educational Services
Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation
Other Services (except Public Administration)