McKinley, Inc.

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27 days ago

Bilingual Apartment Maintenance Technician / HVAC Expert

McKinley Real Estate Houston, TX

As the Maintenance and Grounds expert of your community you will be responsible for completing work orders to maintain and repair physical structures… McKinley Real Estate


5 days ago

Bilingual Customer Service Manager

McKinley, Houston, TX

include: · Receiving and recording monthly rent payments and security deposits from residents · Making daily bank deposits of receipts · Handling… McKinley,


19 days ago

Bilingual Apartment Maintenance Technician

McKinley, Houston, TX

As the Maintenance and Grounds expert of your community you will be responsible for completing work orders to maintain and repair physical structures… McKinley,


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McKinley, Inc. CEO Albert M. Berriz
Albert M. Berriz
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    You Will Get Screwed Over

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    Former Employee - Community Manager  in  Houston, TX
    Former Employee - Community Manager in Houston, TX

    I worked at McKinley, Inc. full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    It's a good stepping stone company. The pay is decent considering the majority of their properties are no better than a C level.

    Cons

    They put you in a position designed to fail. They want you to run low B-D level properties filled with D/F (and tax credit) personnel like an A property. They will not pay bills either. You will have liens filed on your property and you'll have to juggle contractors. I was terminated because they expected me in four days to get multiple bids on tree trimming, lighting, fascia board repair, and signs, while hiring temp labor to paint all the rails, balconies, fencing, and speed bumps for the whole property, clean out the storm drains, and mulch the whole property. After everything was finished in three weeks, I was let go. This was my set up for failure.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You have too many people involved and nobody on the same page. Dealing with upper management means you will have six different answers about the same topic. They have too many COO's and VP's and none of them communicate with each other.

    Doesn't Recommend
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