RealPage Jobs & Careers


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30 days ago

Call Center Agent \ Marketing Associate

RealPage Dallas, TX

RealPage, Inc. is a leading provider of on demand (also referred to as "Software-as-a-Service" or "SaaS") products and services for the rental… RealPage


30+ days ago

Insurance Agent (P&C licensed)

RealPage Dallas, TX

RealPage, Inc. is a leading provider of on demand (also referred to as "Software-as-a-Service" or "SaaS") products and services for the rental… RealPage


30+ days ago

Commissions Analyst

RealPage Carrollton, TX

RealPage, Inc. is a leading provider of on demand (also referred to as "Software-as-a-Service" or "SaaS") products and services for the rental… RealPage


30+ days ago

Director, Human Resources

RealPage Pasig City, NA +2 locations

Work closely and communicate as a team member with the Headquarters Human Resources team to align company Human Resources initiatives, policies and… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Marketing Automation Strategist

RealPage Carrollton, TX

for this position include but are not limited to the following: Lead strategic planning with product, sales and marketing teams to develop a roadmap… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Senior Product Manager

RealPage San Francisco, CA

The Website solutions Product Manager is responsible for management of the website product (and its underlying CMS platform) for RealPage Marketing… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Business Analyst

RealPage North /A, NA

Analyzes the capabilities of YieldStar Price Optimizer, and designs enhancements that will meet the needs of various… Ivy Exec


30+ days ago

Project Manager

RealPage Carrollton, TX

Strategy and Governance Ensure project results have an articulated scope with quantifiable business benefit. Connect project messaging and reporting… Ivy Exec


22 days ago

Developer II

RealPage, Inc Carrollton, TX

include, but are not limited to: •Will work with the Product Development Team on new projects as assigned. •Will have responsibility for multiple… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

Quality Analyst

RealPage, Inc Mason, OH

• QA testing of the Propertyware Systems including reports. • Building test case and/or test plans for different modules of the application. • Work… CareerBuilder


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    Overworked and underpaid employees, top-heavy management, high employee turnover

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    Current Employee - Implementation Analyst
    Current Employee - Implementation Analyst

    I have been working at RealPage full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    The only pros I can think of for working here are the flexibility, fair amount of vacation days and floating holidays, and decent benefits. There is an opportunity for personal growth, but the people who start off now will have to endure a lot of abuse and fight a steep uphill battle to try and climb the ranks. Most people who have higher titles were part of the companies that were acquired by this conglomerate (RealPage, Inc.), and were assigned the title & salary as a default. Also, the gap between what software developers receive and what analysts/consultants receive is absolutely horrific. It's very discouraging to see such major gaps in pay between people of relatively similar levels of education and experience.

    Cons

    Horrible pay; much lower than industry average. Executives do not believe in allocating resources in areas that will preserve brand image and client satisfaction. They are mainly concerned with revenues. The "RealPage policy" also seems to be to under-hire and overwork their existing employees. As more and more employees are leaving this company each month, the work that those employees were in charge of just keeps getting dumped on other existing employees. Onboarding is slow and training takes a long time because they task current employees with training new-hires, on top of the other work that they've inherited from employees that have left AND their own work. There are also a lot of office politics, but you'll usually encounter this in any corporation. Basically, this is just a good job to have for a certain period of time to rack up some experience - until you can find a company that actually values their employees and will pay them what they're worth. This may explain the revolving door here.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Pay your employees a little more fairly (see: industry averages). Do not neglect certain products or the people who are holding them together, simply because they do not generate as much revenue for the company. Also, hire more people instead of dumping so many responsibilities on certain employees that seem like they're willing to take it on. You are taking advantage of them and they will be more likely to leave the company with less than 2-weeks notice as soon as they find something better. (This is if they have not already had a heart attack or stroke from all the stress put on them.)

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