I worked at SunAmerica Affordable Housing Partners full-time (More than 5 years)
Great people, laid back environment, easy going managers, great view of the ocean from the 36th floor, decent pay, good benefits, lots of free reign to get job done as needed - no micromanagement
Communication could be stilted between departments. Typical political and office gossip from time to time. Very little room to advance.
Advice to Management
I was there before the AIG fallout and the 'original' Affordable Housing executive staff all left. My understanding is that the culture, dynamic, and purpose of the department have all since changed. Don't know if its better or worse, but I would hope that if there is a problem, it would be quickly noticed and fixed. It would be a real disappointment to see it go south.
I applied through a staffing agency. The process took a week. I interviewed at SunAmerica Affordable Housing Partners (Los Angeles, CA).
I got a call from HR to set up a interview time. The interview process was very smooth and fast. It took a total of 2 hours and I was asked about my technical skills and my background and how it related to the position.
I didn't negotiate and got the low end of the salary.
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