Marketing Director, I (Former Employee) – Centreville, VA – August 6, 2015
Post Properties found me! I was a resident at one of the properties in the Metro Washington DC area and was asked to be a part of the team. I learned so much from Post as well as still keep in touch with many of my former coworkers and bosses. The most important aspect of the job that I learned from Post was to prioritize my time during the day. Potential residents could come in the door at any moment. Post also gave me many advancement opportunities. I started as a Leasing Consultant, enjoyed my time as an employee trainer and ended as Marketing Director. I left Post to move to Saint Louis for my husband's career advancement as well as to start our family.
Assistant Building Engineer (Current Employee) – Tysons Corner, VA – March 31, 2017
This company is moving in a different management direction than Post properties with several core changing on the horizon. I am curious to know what their philosophy to support the Engineering team will be .
Leasing Consultant (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – March 13, 2017
No day is the same working as a leasing consultant but working with Post someone is always there to help you every step of the way. They provide helpful training that gives you the tools to preform each day at your best. The hardest part is dealing with the occasionally miscommunication that can occur. The job provides a good work/life balance. Overall my experience was a good one.
Assistant Property Manager, Post Briarcliff (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 8, 2017
Was very difficult to leave this company, but with my husbands job leading us to Jefferson, GA, the distance for me was too far. A typical day at work was working with residents & prospects, check scanning, auditing, & assisting in managing the staff. I absolutely loved the people I worked with, so that was definitely the hardest part of leaving.
Top of the line company, always felt I worked with and for the best!
Working lunch & working Saturdays (although I know this comes with Property Management)
This company knows how to value their residents, vendors, employees, and their community! I currently work at the largest asset that Post owned at Post Addison Circle and never seen a business run so smoothly. I learned an array of things, not only about the industry, but about people in general and how to provide exceptional customer service. My co-workers were professional and friendly, and over time we all became like family. The hardest part of the job was dealing with resident complaints that weren't always black and white easy to deal with, but it was great to learn how to mediate in a way that everyone was happy. The most enjoyable part of working as an APM with Post is that they truly recognize growth for all employees and no one felt left behind.
Compensation/Benefits/Work life balance/Management/Culture
Recent company acquisition changed bonus structure and culture
Assistant Property Manager (Current Employee) – Washington City, DC – January 3, 2017
I have been working for this company for almost 5 years and it is a great first job after college. The work/life balance is reasonable. I've never taken work home with me. Management is on top of things and is always wiling to teach. Every day is different so it never gets boring. Your co-workers are great people and very friendly.
Leasing Consultant (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 24, 2015
Dealing with all spectrums of customer service. Management and the company is amazing and the culture is great! Post cares so much about their employees, their overall health, fitness, personal life, and everything!
All Post employees are amazing, Post takes care of their employees
Property Manager (Former Employee) – NC – April 14, 2015
I worked for Post for 13 years and really enjoyed it. For the most part, the culture is one of support and incentives are good. I loved my coworkers, they were like my family. That culture changed over the years, and not as much confidence or appreciation was given to long term employees - the bottom line seemed more important.
Lead Supervising Engineer (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – February 25, 2015
Everyday was busy and enjoyable , I've always had great team players which made things run smoothly , Its not the company that it once was . Over the last 20 years the company is moving in a down slide motion at this point in time . I have a bad feeling that this company will eventually go belly up ..due to no sense of corporate organization . A company that was once the elite , is no longer the case .. its as if , no one is sure of what they are doing anymore , which will lead to the demise of the company . I feel this is sad because it was such a great company and a great company to work for . I fear for so many of the employees there , for as , so many of them feel and know the same thing as i ..... The job itself , was not hard at all, probably one of the easiest jobs for one to have , Was always looking for new challenges to achieve . The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing that you had dependable and easy going co workers , that knew what they were doing on the job at all times .Safety is key in this job , and once that is known and achieved with your co-workers , all is fine .
Salery was okay, and benefits was great, the everyday people i worked with, were excellent and great team players.
Cannot depend or rely on management, they are not very truthful or honest with you, they tell you one thing and do something else.Management is sneaky and secretive
LEASING CONSULTANT (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – July 17, 2014
Can be pretty boring especially if you aren't a self-starter. You usually wait for people to call or visit, walk them through the property and available apartment and try to sell them on living at your property. Bonuses weren't horrible but co-workers could easily "steal" your lease if the person came back on a day when you weren't there or stepped away from your desk.
Usually worked weekends and sometimes holidays. Not typical to stay late so it's a great job for someone wanting something stable