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20 days ago

Controller - Strategic Investment Funds

Phillips Edison Cincinnati, OH

Phillips Edison & Company's Total Retail Solutions team is seeking an experienced real estate controller to provide complete oversight and management… Glassdoor


7 days ago

Senior Property Accountant - Strategic Investment Fund

Phillips Edison Cincinnati, OH

include, but are not limited to: Oversee day-to-day accounting operations of retail properties Prepare month end and quarter end close for each… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Investor Relations Coordinator

Phillips Edison Cincinnati, OH

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES Assists with the development and preparation of investor communications including quarterly reports, investor… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Senior Acquisitions Analyst - Commercial Real Estate

Phillips Edison Cincinnati, OH

Serve as the Transactions department's representative to Acquisitions and Development. Develop underwriting models and assumptions for analysis of… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Regional Property Manager

Phillips Edison Cincinnati, OH

• Arranges for alterations, maintenance, upkeep, or reconditioning of… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Financial Systems Manager

Phillips Edison Cincinnati, OH

Performs business analysis through compiling and analyzing data. Gathers and documents business requirements collected from customers and 3rd party… Glassdoor


Phillips Edison Reviews

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2.6
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    Grow up already!

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    Former Employee - N/A  in  Cincinnati, OH
    Former Employee - N/A in Cincinnati, OH

    I worked at Phillips Edison full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Annual meetings and retreats. The only thing this company is good at is partying.

    Cons

    Immature managers constantly in competition with one another. Poor leadership from VP's and directors. High turnover. Burn bridges with vendors on a daily basis. Nickel and dime everyone. Don't spend money on properties that need it the most. It's a company with a tattle-tale mentality: they're always trying to get someone in trouble if it makes them look good.
    They focus on the little things at the properties (minor weeds, minor debris/trash, etc) instead of the large items that are impacting the center (poor parking lots, poor paint, poor roofs, etc).
    This company does not care about the tenants, except for anchors. The mom and pop stores get ignored when they have an issue.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Loosen those purse strings and get the properties on par with your competition. Stop worrying about other managers and other regions and try to do what's best for the company. You know, properties might end up over budget, but if that's what it takes to keep the properties looking nice, so be it. If someone doesn't get a bonus because a fund is over budget, who cares! At least the properties are safe and clean and show a sense of pride in ownership. Stop putting so much emphasis on the petty stuff and work on the large ticket items. Listen to ALL of the tenants, not just the anchors.
    Maybe if you guys work half as hard as you play, you just might become a decent company. Until then, good luck.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    No opinion of CEO