First let me say that my immediate supervisor was great. The two properties are nice on the outside. Typical workdays could be anywhere from relaxed to hectic, which is the usual in this business.
On the other hand, both properties are in the middle of NE Oklahoma City which is riddled with crime and poverty. The properties are dangerous. I heard gunshots a couple times while I worked there and picked up a spent 12 gauge shell one morning.
Also, there have been changes in Seldin's upper management. One of the upper management you'll be working with on the OKC properties is new and has had several complaints already.
Keep in mind also that Seldin doesn't own the necessary tools to maintain the properties. I own just about every tool I need, so when I left, those went with me. One would expect an employer to have some AC equipment; neither of Seldin's properties here have so much as a gauge set.
Finally, these are both Section 8 properties. If you've ever worked one, you'll know about the headaches that means. One's a senior property but the other has a number of tenants who don't work yet still draw Section 8 to live in homes that look nicer than your average middle class. That means you the taxpayer are paying their rent, you the taxpayer paid for the property, and you the taxpayer are required to keep fixing the things they break in order to keep your job.
The hardest part of the job is keeping up with repairs, especially when nothing gets called in by residents. You have to go and walk through each apartment periodically just to generate work orders. In most apartments, residents call you when something breaks.
The most enjoyable part of the job is being far enough away from corporate offices to be autonomous, but when certain supervisors show up there is always heck to pay.
Do yourself a favor, and hold off applying to this until the chain of command gets worked out.
By the way, the heat units at one of the properties are computer controlled geothermal things. Have fun with that--I know I did.