Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), Brooklyn, NY – February 27, 2014
Phones are busy - we maintain the courthouse. I learned that I can work greatly with 16 men and no women on a daily basis. The most enjoyable part of the job is where my office is located in the building, I get to greet many people parking in the garage and on their way in and out of the building. The hardest part of the job is trying to get the radios to work and the engineers to hear my requests.
Good job to start if you enjoy freedom from a set time.
Property Manager (Current Employee), Chicago,Ill – October 30, 2013
Pros: not based always in an office.
Cons: work is 24/7.
Its a good job to have if you want a bit of freedom from the daily grind. You can be called everyday for a problem at one building or another or not have one call in the day. A quiet day is a good day. The easiest time is during these quiet times and your phone is not constantly ringing. Yet, if it's too quiet you still need to check on the properties to make sure all is running smooth. The hardest part is constantly being on call. The most enjoyable part is not getting any complaints from tenants.
A very nice place to work, nice people and nice work environment
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee), Scottsdale, AZ – September 12, 2012
Cons: very little chance of advancement
I am currently employed by Building Management Services and have really enjoyed working there. The office has a really good atmosphere and the management and other employees are very pleasant to be around.