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Senior Financial Analyst

Post Properties Atlanta, GA

This position reports to the Director of Financial Planning & Analysis and is responsible for providing financial and analytical support, ensuring…

6 days ago

Maintenance Technician

Post Properties Austin, TX

As a Maintenance Technician, you will take direction from the Maintenance Supervisor to: • Complete service requests for property and amenity… Glassdoor

18 days ago


Post Properties Atlanta, GA +2 locations

As a Groundskeeper, you will: • Uphold the high quality condition of the property • Conduct daily inspections for overall cleanliness of the… Glassdoor

12 days ago

Leasing Consultant

Post Properties Richardson, TX

As a Leasing Consultant, you manage your own success by attaining leasing goals, such as occupancy and rent growth, and by building rapport with… Glassdoor

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David P. Stockert
19 Ratings

    Overall good experience

    • Comp & Benefits
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    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Assistant Property Manager
    Current Employee - Assistant Property Manager

    I have been working at Post Properties full-time (more than 5 years)


    Sundays are closed
    Rent Discounts are good
    Good Benefits
    Mostly great people to work for


    We are reviewed by Property Managers, however I believe there should be some type of review for the Property Manager by his/her employees. Upper Management are all about the numbers and do not get to see what really goes on sometimes. I work REALLY hard, a lot of over time on my own time when my Manager is reading a book some days. A lot of the improvements came when I was promoted to the property and implemented many ideas to improve inspection scores, achieve more income, achieve renewal goals, created team building ideas because everyone hated each other etc however the Manager gets all the credit and always tell me thank you but never speaks up about it in front of Upper Management. I like her and would never throw her under the bus so Upper Management will never know. However, it creates a frustrating environment. I have talked to her about my thoughts and asked if she can do more than the bare minimum that only her Boss sees because we could function a lot better when we help each other out, as one person should be overwhelmed when another is bored.
    Also there isn't much room for advancement passed Assistant Property Manager. When a Property Manager position comes available several people are posting for it and it will likely go to a "favorite".

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pay more attention to your Property Managers daily activity and not just the numbers. Find out who is really keeping the property and budgets together.

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