Productive for new residents moving into the maryland area. I learned to co-exist with different cultures and backgrounds. Management was suitable but not effective. The co-workers were helpful often. The hardest part of the job was working the system your use to working and making it equip for yourself. The pressure was with new traffic and residents being slow. The most enjoyable part of the job was seeing new residents happy in there new home and doing a job well done to display effective communication and gaining managerial experience.
baking cookies in am, commission incentives, metro access
Service Technician (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – April 29, 2017
Completing all work orders as needed. Keeping grounds and buildings in great shape. The hardest part of the job was studying and preparing to receive my EPA certificate.Learning how to diagnose and repair appliances.
riverstone was a great company to work for there was continued education on property related items , I was supported by upper management when I ran into difficulties. I attended luncheons and events with riverstone staff.
Leasing Associate (Former Employee) – Alexandria, VA – November 21, 2016
Riverstone merged with Greystar in April 2015. The merger allowed for me to expand my network and opportunities within the area. I was very happy working for Riverstone, and nothing has changed now that I work for Greystar.
Fun co-workers at the time of merger still confusion
Maintenance Technician (Former Employee) – Lakewood, CO – June 24, 2016
I was a maintenance tech. I would be called upon duty to fix or solve issues with residence's residential properties. I learned how to fix equipment and house hold appliances and how to manage paper work for efficiency. Some of the co-workers where good people who wanted to do the right thing. Management was nice and straight to the point. Hardest part of the job was that I was consistently on call so I didn't have holidays off and would have to be up at any time in the day or night to take care of an emergency. The job was nice because I was constantly learning and progression was rapid.
Learned a lot, was shown appreciation, and wasn't micro managed
Didn't Have much free time, and unpredictable changes because of merger