- El Paso, TX
- 1001 to 5000 Employees
- 38 Locations
- Type: Company - Private
- Revenue: Unknown / Non-Applicable
- Real Estate
Turning Passion into Excellence.
Positively Impacting Lives.
“While visiting PMRF for a Focus Group, I met John, PMRF’s new MD. John took the time to tell me about himself, his passion for serving, and his experience as an active service member in the Marines. From the start of our conversation, I could tell he was customer service-focused and sincere about helping residents. During the focus group, the feedback I received was nothing short of inspiring. Residents experienced a difference from the moment he arrived. They felt heard and respected, and within one month, they noted a difference in the community. The feedback was overwhelmingly positive. Congratulations, John Dillonger!” – Lynette Hegeman (represented by Tanya Rivera) Thank you for all you do at PMRF and congratulations on being Coined, John!
We are excited to announce an Executive Coining! Brandon Woodruff, the Maintenance Director at Dover Family Housing, recently received an Executive Coin from Deanna Haas. "Brandon has proven that he is dedicated to his new asset at Dover AFB. Improving the relationship with the government partner, going above and beyond with resident satisfaction, digging into the site challenges, and taking steps to course correct and improve," said Deanna Haas. "Brandon does not give up and values coaching and mentoring." Congratulations, Brandon, for being recognized as an outstanding employee and leader.
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I recently received a Job offer. I accepted it verbally in order for them to send me the official offer letter.It does match everything they described to me (based on salary, sign on bonus, & relocation assistance.) However the question I have is should i attempt to negotiate for a higher base salary? When speaking to my parents about it they told me that the time for negotiation is over as I accepted the offer as it stands and they sent it to me.
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I have been with HMC for almost 11 years. I started with a high school diploma and zero experience as a Maintenance Coordinator where I managed all things related to our changes of occupancy. I had a multi-year focus on Inventory Control and Work Order management. I was promoted to our Corporate Operations team as the Rent Recovery Specialist where I was responsible for collections. After 1 year, I was promoted to Community Manager. I was in that role for 3 years when I accepted a new position with our Operations team. I supported multiple sites with their accounting functions for 3 years when I was promoted to Project Manager. When I say that HMC promotes from within, I am living proof. The benefits package is amazing which include medical, dental, vision,401K, FSA and tons of paid time off. They offer tuition reimbursement along with special programs to get paid while you do perform volunteer work in your community.
Working in Military Housing comes with certain challenges that the Conventional world does not have because we have to partner with multiple branches of the armed forces. They all have very specific guidelines that must be followed. While many may see this extra oversight as a Con, I see it as an opportunity to learn and grow. Remember, if it were easy, everyone would do it.
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InterviewSo it takes a looooong time to get hired on. It is a frustrating process overall especially compared to other companies I applied with. It is not a great first impression honestly.Interview
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Hunt Military Communities Awards & Accolades
- Military Spouse Employer, Military Friendly Employer, Military Spouse Employment Partnership, 2023
- Satisfacts Resident Satisfaction Company Award Winner, SatisFacts, 2022
- Satisfacts Resident Satisfaction Company Award Winner, SatisFacts, 2021
- Satisfacts Resident Satisfaction Company Award Winner, SatisFacts, 2020
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