Pros: helping family to ease transition as easy as possible. meeting new people, and helping them.
Cons: seems i'm not able to provide the quality time i should when pcs time is near
My typical day is as follows:
Prepare for my scheduled inspections. Morning, I did the move out inspections, and through out the day I conduct pre and move-in inspections. Document information concerning the status of the units and what is needed by the vendors and contractors to make the unit rent ready. Check and schedule for tomorrows inspections, and call to remind, and answer any questions.
Contact the contractors, vendors, and maintenance to prepare for the next day schedule. Document information including possible fees charging residents. Check my emails for any up-to-date information regarding the company, changes in status of units, and immediate attention emails.
What I have learned:
A little extra quality time with new residents or questions can go a long way for a family who traveled so far to make this unit their own home. Assisting others is the best gift I can give with passion of my job, and helping others
Along with my co workers we stay active and busy by doing the job, and going up, and beyond when residents is in need or requesting things, and being able to produce, and/or use our resources to provide whats needed.
The hardest part of the job for me is not feeling I am not able to provide the quality time, because of the high demand in inspections especially when its PCS season. I make sure I always provide my information, so if they do have any inquiries or issues, they can do so.
I enjoy the most about this job was, I enjoy helping residents on educating, and assisting the residents as much as possible.