Celebrating Careers in Residential Property Management
Celebrating Careers

By Terreline (Shellie) Sims |



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Each year, the National Apartment Association (NAA) and NAA Education Institute (NAAEI) celebrate Residential Property Management (RPM) Careers Week by acknowledging the hardworking professionals who help the rental housing industry thrive.

RPM Careers Week: April 17–21, 2023

There are many ways to showcase the dynamic talent and skills of employees: By promoting team building and providing overall recognition for their hard work and diligence in representing your companies. Take part in the RPM Careers Week challenges for the chance to win amazing prizes. Learn more about the week’s challenges by reviewing the RPM Careers Week Toolkit on the RPM Careers website at rpm.naahq.org/rpm-careers-week-toolkit/. 

RPM Careers Week is a great catalyst to highlight the benefits of a career in residential property management and display how employees can envision themselves in a position that could set the stage for the next step in their professional roadmap.  

Interested industry professionals can learn about the different roles within the industry, ranging from maintenance positions, leasing roles as well as community management. Industry positions offer comprehensive benefits such as opportunities for career growth, job security, job portability, competitive salaries and a people-centered atmosphere. 

If you are interested in resources and collateral to promote the various positions within residential property management, such as for the purpose of hosting a career day or job fair, NAAEI offers brochures that describe compensation, benefits and other advantages of the different roles. 

Industrywide celebrations for RPM Careers Week will take place on social media and in person across the nation, and we want you to help share the love! Throughout the week, be sure to share your photos on social media using the hashtag #RPMCareersWeek and #RPMmoments.   —Shellie Sims

For more specific information or additional support, please contact Terreline (Shellie) Sims, NAAEI Director of Workforce Development at [email protected].