PRD

Current Openings

As a team, we believe that there is always room for innovation and improvement. We are always looking for great people who are as passionate about property management as we are. 

“I have been with the company for over 20 years, and that should say a lot about PRD. Look across their employee portfolio, and you will see that their employees (both in management & maintenance) are long-term. PRD is a family run business, and employees are treated with respect and kindness.”

The Perks at PRD

“Company has high standards of excellence and focuses on continuous improvement. Great group of people to work with.”

Our Work Reflects Our Values

“We are changing, growing, and evolving as a company to keep up with the changing world around us, but we are also focused on carefully protecting our reputation,  honoring the legacy and relationships that my father built in the housing industry.”

Karin McGrath Dunn, PRD President
Adapt & Grow
Demonstrate a willingness to embrace an array of possibilities, opportunities, thoughts, views, suggestions, and experiences outside of your normal repertoire. Work to ensure that your skills, work product, and knowledge remain relevant and valuable. Adapt to the changing needs of the business and customer. Look at failure as a useful lesson learned even if a project does not meet its original goals. Turn the words, “I can’t” into “I can.”
Do What You Say
Be someone others can count on. Follow up your words with deeds that demonstrate a commitment to maintaining high standards, consistency, and dependability. Communicate and update early and often. Do not leave people hanging. Honor commitments and responsibilities, and take ownership of creating positive results.
Be Respectful and Kind
Treat all people fairly and without prejudice or bias. Practice professional courtesy and respect, keeping disagreements impersonal whenever possible. Appreciate others and thank people for their contributions and ideas. Combat negativity with kind words about others and strive to appreciate the positive in everyone. Do not condone or spread gossip, innuendo or negative rumors.
Act with Honesty & Integrity
When given a choice, always opt for the most reputable route. Have the courage, to tell the truth, admit mistakes and give credit where credit is due. Be 100 percent above-board and candid with everyone whom you are dealing with, remembering that good relationships rely on trust and personal credibility. Have respect for your colleagues by avoiding speculation or the spread of unsubstantiated or confidential information.
Be Resourceful, Show Initiative
Don’t wait to be confronted with problems before coming up with solutions. Look for what is “not working well” and develop recommendations based on sound logic and principles, and then act upon them. Adopt a mentality where you think more about the possibility than impossibility. Make things happen.