There is no better place to launch (or continue!) your real estate management career.

We give our property managers incentives, advancement and unlimited professional growth potential. They reward us with results. Careers with PRG give you the opportunity to test your own potential — to rise as far as your skills and energy can take you. You’ll be well trained by our experienced staff with access to the tools and resources that make a fast-paced job run more smoothly.

Why Should You Work at PRG?

1. We support your growth

  • Coaching and mentoring
  • Individual and team learning
  • Development reimbursement for professional certification and continued education
2. We care about your health

  • Medical
  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Long and short term disability
3. We care about your wellbeing

  • 401(k) with Company match
  • Holiday and paid time off plans
  • Life insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program
4. We care about the community

  • Fundraising events for local charitable organizations
  • 24/7 support for community residents
  • Community events for residents
  • Special discounts for community businesses



We have six key positions that make up our Community Teams.

Property Manager

The Property Manager directs and administers all operations of the assigned residential property including the annual business plan, management, marketing, maintenance programs and policies & procedures.

Manager in Training

The Property Manager in Training reports directly to the Property Manager. The primary responsibility for a MIT is to undertake extensive on-the-job training that aptly and fully prepares the MIT for consideration as a future Manager.  All tasks prepare the MIT for full overseeing of the property operations and management.  The MIT must be able and willing to consider relocation.

Leasing Representative

The Leasing Representative is responsible for all activities related to apartment rentals, move-ins and lease renewals, including generating and handling traffic, leasing apartments, qualifying prospects, preparing lease documentation and completing move-in procedures in accordance with the Company’s and the community’s established policies and procedures.

Maintenance Supervisor

The Maintenance Supervisor directs and administers the entire maintenance program, including but not limited to the preparation and implementation of budgets, coordination of all shipments of supplies, payments of bills, record keeping, preparation of schedules, hiring, disciplining, evaluating supervision and termination of personnel, performance of work orders and other jobs, as required.

Maintenance Technician I

The Maintenance Technician I ensures that all vacant apartments are thoroughly restored to “market-ready” status in a timely manner according to the Company Policy.

Maintenance Technician II

The Maintenance Technician II assists with maintaining the physical integrity of the community.  This position includes the diagnosis and routine maintenance of electrical, plumbing, HVAC systems and appliances.