Today’s job market is highly competitive. Securing a great position is all about how you present yourself and what you wear to an interview can make all the difference. What should I wear? When choosing your interview outfit be sure to look for something conservative. You can never go wrong with button down shirts, suits, blouses, blazers, below the knee skirts, and dress pants. What are the interview attire […]
At Venterra, our people are the reason for our success. We are committed to providing our employees with a positive work environment where they have the opportunity to grow professionally & achieve success! Bring your excellent maintenance and management skills to this reputable company where you can make a difference! We offer competitive salary + bonuses, benefits, 401k with company match, training, opportunities for growth & much more! We currently have the following openings: Assistant
On July 23rd, Venterra purchased Village Walk Apartments, a Class A, 240-unit garden style community located in desirable Jacksonville, Florida. Village Walk residents can either travel west to downtown Jacksonville or east to the beautiful beachfront community of Jacksonville Beach. The property is located one mile south of St Johns Town Center, Jacksonville’s premier shopping destination. Village Walk has very large floor plans averaging 1,163 square feet and large screened-in balconies or patios in every
Westminster at Buckhead in Atlanta, GA, WOW’s again! A couple, who lives at Westminster at Buckhead, was recently married. The Team at Westminster at Buckhead wanted to do something for the newly weds. Candi, the Assistant Property Manager, did some investigating and found out that the couple was registered at Bed, Bath, and Beyond. Rather than just giving them a gift card or buying one item from their register, Jacqui (Property Manager) decided to get
The team at Waterford at Mandarin Apartments in Jacksonville, Florida held their Spring Festival on March 28th. It was a fun filled resident event that raised $189.00 for Susan G. Komen. The festival had snow cones, cotton candy, a live musician, carnival games and a 24 ft. inflatable slide for the kids (and some brave adults). The team sold hot dogs & hamburgers for $1.00 per plate with all proceeds going to Susan G. Komen!