Resident Services Technician (Current Employee), San Diego, CA – August 8, 2014
As an experienced maintenance technician over 17yrs of knowledge I continue to learn new things in the multifamily housing industry or in property maintenance over all. National Core is always giving me new classes or training in the new laws for fair housing, OSHA laws, safety training and classes on how to improve our customer services. At the current property where I work I have no one to work with, but when I get called to help out at our sister property and have a chance to work with the rest of the team we do so as a team. My co-workers are easy to get along with as well as the management stuff I don't think we ever had a problem that we couldn't talk about or take care of at the moment I guess you can we are one big happy family. The hardest part about my job is when you get know a resident for along time and you see them day in and day out then you don't see them anymore because they have moved I feel like I have lost a family member. The thing I enjoy the most about my job is when a resident has been struggling with a problem in their home for a while and when I get the work order to fix the issue and get it fix in a timely matter and fix right the first time I notice the relief in their face and it puts a smile on my face.
Site Coordinator (Current Employee), Rancho Cucamonga, CA – June 3, 2013
Through this job, I've learned how to work with people of all kinds and places while learning how to manage people. I get the opportunity to work with children on a daily basis and get to be a positive impact in the life of young people who have been cast out and away from society. I love the team I work for and able to pour into in effort to build other leaders that are up under me.
National CORE is a great company to work for. It has full benefits with a great staff.
Leasing Agent (Former Employee), Humble Tx – September 13, 2012
Pros: paid holidays, early release on holidays.
Cons: besides lunch, no other break.
I used my verbal skills to the fullest, always helping tenants with their needs. Greeted every potential resident, answered phones, filed all resident's personal information. Ran background checks and criminal history along with rental history and income.
No commitment to their employees. They seem to black-list all former employees for getting jobs after working for this company. Lack of compassion, overworked under paid, no loyalty to the team who keeps them afloat.
About National Community Renaissance
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