Pros: New and effective techniques for new team building ides, importance of constant communication with peers.
Cons: As I am sure most managers would agree, the least enjoyable part of my responsibilities happen to be processing invoices. None the less, the work was completed in a timely and detailed manner.
As a result of the sale of the community I had been working at, Greystar offered me an opportunity to remain on-site with the new owners.
My team, as well as my peers, were an absolute pleasure to work with. We held weekly meetings and provided a stable and positive environment including 2 promotions.
I enjoyed several aspects of the company as well as my role. About 3 months after the "take-over" had been completed, I had the pleasure of assisting in training managers on budget comprehension and month end reporting. In addition, I assisted in coordinating a very memorable company picnic for 300+ employees.
"A typical day at work" is difficult to describe considering it is constantly changing. I always keep a calendar of reporting, resident/vendor follow-up and any other items requiring attention. I typically arrive before the team and ensure everyone has the tools and understanding of tasks for the day. In addition I am walking apartments, following up on marketing statistics, renewals and etc.