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  • NAAEI Apartment Jobs Snapshot… September 2, 2021

    Record-breaking apartment rent growth and occupancy powered demand for multifamily talent in July. Nearly 38 percent of positions available in the real estate industry were in the apartment sector. Portland, Ore.; Nashville, Tenn.; Denver; Raleigh, N.C.; and Virginia Beach, Va.; led the nation with the highest concentration of job postings. This month’s edition of NAAEI’s Apartment Jobs Snapshot spotlights maintenance technician job openings. Demand for maintenance technicians was approximately twice the U.S average in Columbus, Ohio; Portland, Ore.; Seattle, Nashville, Tenn.; and Virginia Beach, Va. The top specialized skills employers are seeking included plumbing, repair, HVAC, carpentry skills and painting.

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  • NAAEI Apartment Jobs Snapshot… July 28, 2021

    July 26, 2021 The apartment market continues its recovery during the second quarter. As a result of surging rental rates and occupancy, demand for multifamily professionals stood strong. In this edition of NAAEI’s Apartment Jobs Snapshot, job openings in the apartment industry consisted of more than 37.0% of positions available in the real estate sector, surpassing the 5-year average of 33.2%. Property management, leasing and maintenance job openings declined year-over-year, yet administrative positions increased by 1.1%. Dallas, Los Angeles, Washington, DC, Denver and Seattle ranked highest for apartment job demand. For the student housing sector, job openings were most prevalent in Austin, Columbus, Gainesville and Tallahassee.

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  • “My RPM Story” July 15, 2021

    I started my first job in the restaurant industry as a bus boy, and eventually transitioned into serving. It was definitely a fast-paced work environment, and I never left without breaking a sweat. I always cared more about providing great service than about how much I made in tips. Six years in the industry gave me a solid foundation for doing so. Although forever grateful for the experience, I decided to pursue a more career-minded profession after graduating the University of Arizona with a business economics degree. A friend who had just started working in the industry referred me to residential property management. My friend described the mix of sales, service, and business analysis that went into the profession. I thought it would be a good fit given my service background and business degree. Going on my fourth year in residential property management, I can say I was right. I am an assistant community director for Weidner Apartment Homes in Tucson, Arizona. My day-to-day functions include leasing, answering phones, responding to emails, working on resident files, doing bank deposits, reconciling move out charges with security deposits, monthly resident event planning, and assisting the director as needed. My attention to detail, and always my desire to help makes me a great residential property management professional. I am always happy to do something extra if I know it will make someone else’s work easier. I take pride in being organized, which is important if you want to work efficiently, and effectively. With all the phone calls, emails,..

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  • It’s a Wild Life… July 14, 2021

    It’s so nice to “virtually” meet you all!  I am honored to be partnering with the National Apartment Association Education Institute as an RPM Careers Ambassador. I just began my fifth year in the residential property management industry. So far, I’ve worked as a leasing consultant, assistant manager, and property manager with Bell Partners in Greenville, South Carolina. I’m eager to use this platform to tell the story of how I started in this industry, my keys to success, and the speed bumps I’ve overcome. I also look forward to giving recognition to my mentors and sharing the small ways I choose to pay it forward each day! Before 2016 — which now feels like a previous life — I was a wildlife biologist specializing in wildlife management. After college, my goal was to secure the most adventurous, exciting career in wildlife management that I could find. I had unforgettable experiences doing hands-on mountain lion and black bear research during my undergraduate studies. And I have literally been face-to-face with more wildlife than most people ever get to see from a distance. (Steve Irwin, a famous wildlife expert and my childhood hero, would have been so proud.) People often ask me if I miss my adventures in wildlife biology or if I plan to go back to that field someday. They ask what changed that led me to “settle for an office job.”  I would have asked myself the same questions a few years ago. Although I never imagined being so satisfied with an indoor office..

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  • Apartment Jobs Report May… June 17, 2021

    This year’s prime leasing season has spurred strong demand for multifamily professionals. In May’s edition of NAAEI’s Apartment Jobs Snapshot, the number of available positions in the apartment industry amounted to more than 14,600 job openings. The highest concentration of job postings was in Kansas City, Portland, Raleigh, Houston and Dallas. This month’s spotlight highlights maintenance managers and supervisors. The demand for these positions was more than 3 times the U.S average in Seattle. The top specialized skills employers are looking for included HVAC, plumbing, repair, property management and carpentry skills.

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  • Staff Safety Comes to… June 9, 2021

    Apartment companies think outside the box to protect staff from COVID-19. By Bendix Anderson Apartments companies across the U.S. have worked hard to keep residents safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. But they have been just as focused on protecting employees—even as growing business activity brings their leasing professionals and maintenance teams into contact with residents or prospective residents. “As the colder seasons approach and the pandemic continues, it will be critical that team members remain vigilant about safety practices,” says Mike Brewer, Chief Operating Officer of the RADCO Companies. Many apartment companies are now sending staff members back to leasing offices that operated with skeleton crews during the height of the pandemic. Others are beginning to engage with residents in person and sending maintenance crews into apartments to address the backlog of problems that have piled up since the pandemic began. “Most amenities and leasing offices were closed over the summer,” says Demi Sterling-Kinney, Vice President of Operations at Aspen Heights Partners. “We have since reopened many of these with policies in place that support social distancing.” Leasing Offices Gradually Reopen Numerous apartment communities closed their leasing offices to residents and potential residents in the first few months of the pandemic. “Our existing technology gave us confidence that closing our leasing offices would not unduly interrupt business continuity,” says Brewer. A skeleton crew of property managers still showed up to work behind the closed doors of the leasing offices at RADCO’s communities, he says. They did the basic business of keeping the apartments safe and..

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  • 5 Biggest Property Management… June 9, 2021

    June 2021 By Les Shaver As the country reopens, labor continues to be a significant concern for apartment executives.Before COVID-19, the apartment industry was facing a battle for talent. Management companies were bidding for the best and brightest onsite staffers, especially maintenance technicians.Then the pandemic hit and unemployment skyrocketed, hitting almost 15% in April 2020. Since then, the joblessness rate has fallen to roughly 6% in March 2021. Throughout this roller coaster, the industry’s labor problems haven’t subsided.As the country opens back up, labor again appears to the top worry for apartment management executives. Filling those critical onsite spots, especially on the maintenance team, seems to foremost on their minds.“Talent is still the biggest pain point,” says Yakov Belousov, Executive Director of Operations at Pegasus Residential. “We as an industry are continuing to realize that at every level, especially at the maintenance department.”The labor concerns aren’t just about filling open spots, which is still a major concern. There are other issues that keep management executives up at night. Following are five things they are most concerned about as they look to the second half of 2021.1. Filling Open RolesFor many managers, the top challenge coming out of the pandemic is filling open onsite roles, particularly hourly positions. In some cases, collecting unenhanced unemployment benefits has been more attractive to people than working, according to a number of people in the industry.“Some of the site-level positions are right in the same income bracket as those who have been affected with the government’s support,” says Julie Brawn-Whitesides,..

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  • Join CXC Talent Solutions… March 3, 2021

    Join Apartment Careers in San Antonio this April for the TAA ONE Conference & Expo! [video width="800" mp4="https://cxctalent.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Hire-Candidates-Faster-and-More-Efficiently-Using-the-CXCTalent-Candidvue-Platform..mp4"][/video] Make your plans now to attend the 2021 TAA ONE Conference & Expo April 14-16 in San Antonio for cost-effective professional development and networking.    Join your colleagues from around the state and nation, expand your professional network and pick up new solutions that will help you succeed.   

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  • Hiring And Recruiting Are… January 28, 2021

    Congratulations! You're on your way! Now that you found us, use this page to submit your information and our talent team will assist you in finding a new position in the apartment industry! We’re anxious to help, and you’ve definitely come to the right place. Step 1 – Complete the preliminary online application. Step 2 – A staffing manager will review your application and be in contact with you. Please be prepared for a 5-10 minute phone interview. EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION Take a moment to fill out the form below, it will help out team when reviewing your skills and matching it to the positions available. [formidable id=2 title=true description=true]

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