Planning & Development Manager Salary in Connecticut, United States
The average pay for a Planning & Development Manager is $151,868 a year and $73 an hour in Connecticut, United States.
The average salary range for a Planning & Development Manager is between $104,904 and $189,261.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Connecticut, United States.
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Manages and aids in the analyzing, planning, research, and development of organization's objectives and strategic plans in order to achieve business opportunities, growth, and financial profitability.
Develops plans to achieve growth and financial profitability via acquisitions, mergers, and/or divestitures.
Oversees and contributes to the development and research of building on company strengths, identifying potential new markets and business opportunities, increasing share of market, and obtaining a competitive position in the industry.
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Planning & Development Manager Job Listings for Connecticut, United States
Senior Associate, Demand Planning
Hartford County, CT, USA
Client of Operations Inc
The Senior Associate, Demand Planning will report to and work closely with the Manager, Supply Chain to manage demand signals for products to effectively drive the Supply Chain as well as provide an ...
Senior Materials Planning Manager Apply Now Business Unit UTC Aerospace Systems Req ID 75173BR Date posted 11/08/2018 City Windsor Locks State/Province Connecticut When the global aerospace community ...
POSITION PURPOSE The Planning Supervisor is responsible for managing and directing the supply planning team in Watertown, CT. This position will ensure that demand and supply data is coordinated to ...
Materials Planning Manager Apply Now Business Unit UTC Aerospace Systems Req ID 74843BR Date posted 10/17/2018 City Windsor Locks State/Province Connecticut When the global aerospace community looks ...