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18 days ago


Camden Property Tampa, FL

Responsible for daily pool and grounds maintenance for an apartment community and some preparation of vacant apartments.   Reports to: Maintenance… Glassdoor

4 days ago

Maintenance Technician

Camden Property Tampa, FL

· This position along with the Maintenance Supervisor/Assistant Maintenance Supervisor handles the Service Requests and general maintenance requests… Glassdoor

4 days ago

Make Ready Technician

Camden Property Tampa, FL

· Prepare vacant apartments for move-in. · Review the make-ready board or take direction from the Community Manager to determine… Glassdoor

4 days ago

Assistant Maintenance Supervisor

Camden Property Tampa, FL

Along with the Community Manager and the Community Service Supervisor, the Assistant Community Service Supervisor is responsible for overseeing the… Glassdoor

5 days ago

Leasing Consultant

Camden Property Tampa, FL

A Leasing Consultant is Camden’s first impression to potential and current residents. A Leasing Consultant will listen and understand the needs of a… Glassdoor

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Richard J. Campo
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    Must be a people's person

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    Former Employee - Leasing Consultant  in  Tampa, FL
    Former Employee - Leasing Consultant in Tampa, FL

    I worked at Camden Property part-time for more than 3 years


    -Good 1st office job if you have no office experience;
    -Office working hours + every other weekend;
    -Good benefits


    -You must be a very patient person to deal with residents. You will get paid hourly+ commission on the apartments that you lease, however; most of the time you will be dealing with not-polite, picky, screaming residents;
    -There is not much opportunity for growth- I know people who have been in the same job position for years- and they were good employees;
    -Commissions are not that good- it's better to just get a job at a bank- better hours and better pay

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    Each property had a different manager and a managing style. I worked for three different managers: two out of the three were not good managers. It really comes down to personality. My only advice would be that managers treat all employees the same.

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