Intern - Property Management

Company Name:
Mid-America Apartment Communities
The Property Management Intern works under the supervision of an assigned Regional Vice President. The Property Management Intern is a paid position designed for college students who are interested in learning the various aspects of moving into a management role in the apartment management industry.

This position is a summer internship and considered a temporary position to be filled by current college or university students who are in good standing and normally lasting no more than 8 to 10 weeks.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Based on degree type and career goals: Learns the basics of apartment management operations by working with associates and/or actually performing the work itself.

Successfully completes the assigned tasks and other projects and activities.

Relocates to communities of various sizes to allow for additional development.

May be assigned leadership opportunities for assigned tasks and projects.

Completes online training, including apartment industry specific software such as YARDI.

Maintains a weekly log of activities submitted to the supervisor.

Joins, attends, and actively participates in industry associations such as local apartment associations.

Performs other duties as assigned.

Required Skills:

Skills in multitasking and meeting deadlines

Able to take direction

Good communication skills, verbal and written

Ability to relocate (if necessary)

Knowledge of Microsoft Office application software

Required Experience:
High School graduate and currently a rising Junior enrolled in an accredited college or university

Job Location: Raleigh,
north carolina
, United States

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